Next Tuesday (3rd October) sees another milestone in the campaign when FAC reps will appear before the Justice Committee to give evidence on why the Offensive Behaviour and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012 should be repealed. This is the start of a series of sessions at the Committee’s regular Tuesday meetings when Parliament is in session to scrutinise James Kelly MSP’s repeal bill.
On Tuesday at 10am the Police Service of Scotland will give their evidence and this will be followed at around 11.15 by the two FAC representatives, together with representatives from Supporters Direct Scotland and the Scottish Football Supporters Association.
If you wish to follow this live you can do this via the Parliament TV channel by searching under the Justice Committee:
The recording can be accessed on the site afterwards if you wish to watch it later instead of live.