Diary

Liam McArthur MSP

Member of the Scottish Parliament for Orkney

Diary for week commencing Sunday, 9 December 2018

 

Sunday, 9 December

10.25-13:10 - Travel Edinburgh to Oslo, Justice Committee delegation

 

Tuesday, 11 December

13:55-14:45 - Travel Oslo to Edinburgh

14:20-17:00 - Scottish Government Debate:  Sea Fisheries and End of Year Negotiations

14:20-14:50 - Topical Questions (if selected)

14:30-16:00 - Briefing Session:  From the Ground Up:  Supporting farmers in the journey to climate friendly farming in Scotland

16:30-17:00 - Charles Dundas, Woodland Trust

17:00-17:30 - Members’ Business: Angela Constance - 60th Anniversary of the Ultrasound Scanner, Invented in Scotland

19:00-22:00 - BAP Dinner

 

Wednesday, 12 December

10:00-11:00 - Meeting with Beatrice Morris, Scotch Whisky Association

13:00-13:30 - Liberal Democrat MSP meeting

14:00-17:00 - Parliament Business

14:00-14:30 - Portfolio Questions

14:40-15:25 - Ministerial Statement - Update on Brexit

15:25-17:00 - Scottish Government draft spending plans and tax plans for 2019/20

18:00-20:30 - Hearts and Balls:  Quarterly Board Meeting

 

Thursday, 13 December

10:45-11:30 - Meeting with Michael Matheson MSP - Cabinet Secretary or Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity re. Electric Vehicles

12:00-12:45 - First Minister’s Questions

12:45-13:15 - Members’ Business: Willie Rennie - St Andrews’ GP out-of-hours facility

13:00-14:00 - Do No Harm? - Assisted Dying and the Role of Doctors - What would Assisted Dying look like in Scotland?

14:00-17:00 - Parliament Business

14:00-16:00 - Scottish Government Debate:  Demonstrating Leadership in Human Rights

14:30-15:30 - Visit to The High Court, Edinburgh

16:10-17:00 - Pow of Inchaffray Drainage Commission (Scotland) Bill

TBC - Meeting with Kevin Stewart MSP re: Fuel Poverty

18:00-19:15 - Travel to Kirkwall

 

Friday, 14 December

11:00-11:30 - Meeting with constituent

13:30-14:15 - Surgery with Alistair Carmichael MP - Stromness Community Centre

17:00-17:45 - Surgery with Alistair Carmichael MP - Orkney Parliamentary Office

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