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Tuesday's Chamber business starts at 2pm and includes:
- Topical Questions
- Ministerial Statement: update on Scotland’s Climate Assembly
- Scottish Government debate: a Scottish approach to the mental health and wellbeing of our veterans in each community
- Members' Business from Emma Harper: Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2022
The following Topical Questions will be answered on Tuesday:
Pam Duncan-Glancy To ask the Scottish Government what it is doing to prepare for refugees arriving in Scotland as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Liam McArthur: To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with the UK Government about using the sanctions regime to prevent Russian government-owned tankers entering ports in the UK, including in Orkney
Liz Smith: To ask the Scottish Government what measures have been put in place to recruit a new Chief Executive Officer of the Scottish National Investment Bank following the resignation of Eilidh Mactaggart
There will be live BSL interpreting for the following business this week:
- Conveners Group evidence session with the First Minister
- First Minister's Questions
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