Plenary begins with Questions to the First Minister, and there are also two statements on Brexit.
The Scottish government leads a debate on dignity, equality and human rights.
Executives from the security firm G4S tell the Home Affairs Committee they were ashamed by revelations of abuse at an immigration detention centre, Brook House.
The European Parliament debates a forthcoming EU scheme to boost skills, the Nord Stream gas pipeline and topical human rights cases.
Tory MP Richard Bacon, who was a key figure on the important Public Accounts Committee, has left the committee. But why was his role so crucial?