That's all from Holyrood Live on Tuesday 2 October 2018.
MSPs lambasted the SPFL for having both Scottish League cup semi-finals at Hampden on the same day.
Aberdeen meet Rangers at 12:00 GMT on Sunday, 28 October, before Hearts play Celtic at 19:45 in Glasgow.
Lib Dem MSP Mike Rumbles raised the issue highlighting concerns about 100,000 fans from four rival teams using trains on the same day.
He also said north east fans were getting a raw deal as no trains will leave to get them to the early kick off at Hampden.
MSPs repeatedly called for one game to be moved and it emerged later in the afternoon that the SPFL is now considering moving Hearts' meeting with Celtic to Murrayfield early on Sunday afternoon.
Under the new proposal, Rangers and Aberdeen would still meet at Hampden but with a late afternoon kick-off time.
Earlier in the afternoon the first minister and opposition party leaders paid warm tribute to Sir Alex Fergusson, the former presiding offier who passed away in the summer.