That's all from Holyrood Live on Tuesday 5 June 2018.
Plans to extend free personal care to under-65s with degenerative conditions have been backed by the Health Committee.
The change, known as Frank's Law, is due to come into force from April next year.
It follows a campaign by Amanda Kopel, the wife of former Dundee United player Frank Kopel, who died in 2014. He was diagnosed with early onset dementia aged 59 and faced bills of £1,200 a month for care.
Council umbrella group Cosla has raised concerns over an expected surge in demand once personal care charges are removed for under-65s.
The body had suggested delaying full implementation until 2021 but, appearing before the committee, health and social care spokesman councillor Peter Johnston said the April 2019 date had been accepted.