Welcome to the Scottish Parliament

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    How can a green recovery be achieved?

    The Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee has launched an inquiry into how Scotland can ensure that a green, just and resilient recovery in its response to the social and economic challenges of the COVID-19 health crisis. What measures are needed to achieve this and what are the barriers?

    Find out more

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    How can a green recovery be achieved?

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    Go on a virtual tour of Parliament

    As part of the Scottish Parliament’s 20th Year Celebrations, we have created Virtual 360 Tours of some of the iconic locations here at the Parliament building, so that no matter where you are in the world, you too can experience the award-winning Scottish Parliament building.

    Take a virtual tour of the Scottish Parliament

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    Go on a virtual tour of Parliament

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    Covid-19: factual information from SPICe

    The Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe), the Parliament's impartial information service in support of Parliamentary business, have put key info and analysis together on coronavirus COVID-19 which will be kept up to date as the situation develops.

    Coronavirus: Questions and Answers

    Coronavirus updates from SPICe

     

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    Covid-19: factual information from SPICe

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    Penalties for livestock worrying: views sought

    The Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee has issued a call for views on the Dogs (Protection of Livestock) (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill, which aims to strengthen and update the law in relation to so-called “livestock worrying”. The committee is considering calls for tougher penalties and wants to know what your views are.

    Find out more

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    Penalties for livestock worrying: views sought

 

What's on in Parliament

All non-essential visits to the Parliament have been suspended until further notice. Find out more

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Find Your MSPs

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Everyone in Scotland is represented by eight MSPs.

Use the MSP Finder on our beta website to find out who your representatives are and how to contact them.

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MSP pages

Every MSP's page contains details of their recent speeches, motions, questions and voting records.

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Business Bulletin

The Business Bulletin is published each morning when the Parliament is in session. It includes details of current, future and past business of the Parliament.

Submit a petition

Submit a petition

Thinking about petitioning? Please get in touch. We’re happy to explain what’s involved and what you need to do to get started.

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