[This is the headline over a report on the BBC News website. It reads in part:]
A Holyrood committee is due to consider responses over a call for an independent inquiry into the conviction of the Lockerbie bomber.
The Justice For Megrahi (JFM) group handed over a petition seeking the action in October last year.
The petitions committee is to discuss submissions from the Scottish government and the JFM group.
Members of the group, including Dr Jim Swire, who lost his daughter at Lockerbie, are expected to attend.
About 1,500 people signed the petition [RB: actually 1646] seeking an independent probe into the case of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi, the only man to be convicted of the bombing which killed 270 people in 1988.
They claim it is "imperative" that the case be examined once more.
However, the Scottish government has already indicated that it has no plans to hold an inquiry and "does not doubt the safety of the conviction".
[The Public Petitions Committee meets today at 2pm, though the Megrahi petition may not be reached until about 4pm. Its proceedings can be viewed live on the Committees section of the Scottish Parliament's television service.]