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70th anniversary of Human Rights Day observed in the Scottish Parliament


The Scottish Parliament is to mark the 70th anniversary of the United Nations adopting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with a special one-day conference on Monday 10 December.

Stornoway locals to share fuel poverty concerns with Holyrood Committee


Stornoway locals to share fuel poverty concerns with Holyrood Committee.

Personal injury victims should be compensated fairly and transparently


Those who have suffered the trauma of personal injury should have their compensation calculated in a fair and transparent way, according to a Holyrood Committee.

Action needed to deliver Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce targets


Key targets for the delivery of the flagship Developing the Young Workforce Programme are not being met. This is just one of the findings from a report issued today by Holyrood’s Education and Skills Committee.

Holyrood Committee releases their findings on the impact of salmon farming


Urgent action needs to be taken to improve the regulation of the Scottish salmon farming industry and to address fish health and environmental challenges, a Holyrood Committee has concluded.

General principles of health and care staffing legislation supported by MSPs


The general principles of legislation aiming to ensure health and social care providers are providing adequate numbers of suitably qualified staff and high-quality services have been supported by the Health and Sport Committee.

Parliament exhibition explores Scotland through the lens of photography students


Artwork from some of Scotland’s most talented amateur photographers has gone on display as part of a new exhibition at the Scottish Parliament.

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