That's all from Holyrood Live on Thursday 20 June 2019.
The Scottish government is to press ahead with plans to reform gender recognition laws by removing the requirement to provide medical evidence.
However, in recognition of concerns raised by some women's group, it has announced it will bring forward a draft bill for consultation.
The draft bill is expected to propose a move to a system of self-identification, whereby applicants must make a solemn declaration that they intend to live in their acquired gender permanently.
Some campaigners have expressed concern that this system will be open to abuse by men who could falsely declare a change in gender.
But Shirley-Ann Somerville confirmed the proposal would make it an offence to make a false statutory declaration.