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Parliamentary Monitor

We keep track of the latest policy developments relevant to children and families in Scotland, across the UK, and in Europe. 

This Week in the Scottish Parliament:

Tuesday, 13 March

The Health and Social Care Committee will take evidence on the impact of leaving the European Union on health and social care in Scotland.

The main chamber will later see a Pre Stage 2 Debate on the UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) Bill.

Wednesday, 14 March

The Local Government & Communities Committee will take evidence on the Planning (Scotland) Bill.

The main chamber will later see portfolio questions for the Health and Sport brief.

Thursday, 15 March

The Equalities and Human Rights Committee will take evidence on the UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) (Scotland) Bill.

This Week in Westminster

Monday, 12 March 

The House of Lords will continue to debate the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill.

Tuesday, 13 March

The Scottish Affairs Committee will take evidence on Immigration and Scotland.

The House of Commons will see the Spring Statement by the Chancellor Exchequer.

There will later be a debate on Universal Credit, Children and Young Persons and Social Security.

Wednesday, 14 March

The House of Lords will continue to debate the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill.

Thursday, 15 March

The House of Commons will see oral questions on Exiting the European Union.

This Week in the European Parliament

The European Parliament will debate the fight against violence against women and girls and the ratification of the Istanbul Convention by EU Member States.

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