News

MSPs to visit new child-friendly evidence rooms in Glasgow and check on ‘Barnahus’ progress

20.01.2020

Members of the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee are set to visit new evidence-taking facilities as the Vulnerable Witnesses Act comes into force today.

MSPs seek views on defamation reform proposals

17.01.2020

MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee are seeking views from the public, media organisations and publishers, internet firms and other experts on proposed changes to the law on defamation.

Committee welcomes electoral changes

14.01.2020

Plans to extend the term lengths for Scottish Parliament and local authority elections have been supported in a new report issued today by Holyrood’s Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee.

Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee launches inquiry into Scotland and the UK internal market post-Brexit

09.01.2020

Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee has launched a new inquiry into how the UK internal market might operate post-Brexit.

Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee launches inquiry into Scotland and the UK internal market post-Brexit

09.01.2020

Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee has launched a new inquiry into how the UK internal market might operate post-Brexit.

New consumer body must avoid duplication says Holyrood Committee

27.12.2019

The Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee has today approved the general principles of a bill which seeks to strengthen the rights of consumers in Scotland through the creation of a new public body.

MSPs embark on inquiry into ferry procurement

20.12.2019

The Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity (REC) Committee has launched an inquiry into the ferry procurement and construction process following the collapse and subsequent nationalisation of Ferguson Marine Engineering Ltd (FMEL).

MSPs to carry out inquiry into the future of social care

19.12.2019

A Scottish Parliament Committee is undertaking an inquiry into the future of social care. The inquiry will investigate the future delivery of social care in Scotland and what changes are needed to meet current and increasing future demand.

Disclosure reform welcomed by committee

17.12.2019

Legislation to update the Disclosure system protecting the most vulnerable in Scotland’s society has passed its first parliamentary hurdle today.

Arts funding needs a greater focus on artists says Holyrood Committee

10.12.2019

The Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee has today published its report into Scotland’s funding of the arts and artists where it called for an urgent resetting of arts policy and funding.

Keep up to date with us on

keep up to date with what's happening in Parliament on Facebook Follow the Scottish Parliament on Twitter @ScotParl Instagram keep up to date with what's
        happening in Parliament on YouTube

 

Closed Captions

Closed Captions, using the Official Report of proceedings have been added to a selection of Scottish Parliament videos in YouTube.

Keep up to date