After the gradual moving in to the Holyrood Scottish Parliament complex of, first, Parliamentary staff and then, in to their individual offices, of the MSPs, the Parliament convened for the first time in the legislative chamber on 7 September 2004.  First Minister Jack McConnell outlined the new legislative programme, which includes Bills on Charities and Trustee Investment, Family Law, Further and Higher Education, Gaelic Language, Licensing, Prevention of Female Genital Mutilation, and the Protection of Children and Sexual Offences (the last dealing with so-called Internet grooming” of children).  The Parliament has also to finish off