That's all from BBC Scotland's Holyrood Live on Tuesday 5 November 2019.
Public Health Minister Joe Fitzpatrick has repeated calls for a change in law to enable establishment of a safer drug consumption facility in Glasgow.
He urged the next UK government to amend the Misuse of Drugs Act - or devolve the powers to the Scottish Parliament to do so.
Tory MSP Liam Kerr - whose party oppose so-called fix rooms - questioned cuts made to alcohol and drug partnerships by the Scottish government.
And Labour MSP Monica Lennon and Lib Dem MSP Liam McArthur asks what could be done by Police Scotland now to ensure drug users were not criminalised.
The Scottish Affairs Committee recommended the UK government should back safe consumption rooms in Scotland and decriminalise the possession of illicit drugs for personal use.