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Social Security Committee

September 24, 2020 09:32

 

1. Subordinate legislation: The Committee will take evidence on The Scottish Child Payment Regulations 2020 and The First-tier Tribunal for Scotland Social Security Chamber (Procedure and Composition) Amendment Regulations 2020 from —
Shirley-Anne Somerville, Cabinet Secretary for Social Security and Older People, Scottish Government;
Hannah Graham, Scottish Child Payment Policy Team Leader, Social Security Policy Division;
Stephanie Virlogeux, Lawyer, Veronica Smith, Cross-Cutting Policy Officer, and Susan Robb, Solicitor, Scottish Government.

2. Subordinate legislation: Shirley-Anne Somerville (Cabinet Secretary for Social Security and Older People) to move –
S5M-22674 – That the Social Security Committee recommends that the Scottish Child Payment Regulations 2020 [draft] be approved.

3. Subordinate legislation: Shirley-Anne Somerville (Cabinet Secretary for Social Security and Older People) to move —
S5M-22675 – That the Social Security Committee recommends that the First-tier Tribunal for Scotland Social Security Chamber (Procedure and Composition) Amendment Regulations 2020 [draft] be approved.

4. Subordinate legislation: The Committee will take evidence on The Winter Heating Assistance for Children and Young People (Scotland) Regulations 2020 from —
Shirley-Anne Somerville, Cabinet Secretary for Social Security and Older People, Scottish Government;
David George, Disability Benefits Team Leader, Social Security Policy;
Kirsten Simonnet-Lefevre, Solicitor, Scottish Government Legal Directorate.

5. Subordinate legislation: Shirley-Anne Somerville (Cabinet Secretary for Social Security and Older People) to move —
S5M-22602 – That the Social Security Committee recommends that the Winter Heating Assistance for Children and Young People (Scotland) Regulations 2020 [draft] be approved.