Flags at the Scottish Parliament will fly at half-mast as a mark of respect for former Presiding Officer Sir Alex Fergusson, it has been announced.
People in Scotland are today being given the opportunity to attend a major international summit being held in the Scottish Parliament on the future of the arts and culture.
A Holyrood Committee has outlined ways to improve biodiversity activity and reporting, after more than half of Scotland’s public bodies failed to report on their biodiversity efforts.
The costs of the Scottish school day that fall on families to pay have been revealed by a parliamentary committee, as it publishes a report on what can be done to support the education of children and young people who are experiencing poverty.
Views on the feasibility of a not-for-profit, publicly owned energy company are being sought by a Holyrood committee.
Investment in the Clyde and Hebrides ferry services network will be placed under the spotlight by a parliamentary committee.
The Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee has today launched a call for evidence into the Government’s new Vulnerable Witnesses Bill.
A Holyrood Committee has today launched a call for views on the future budget allocated to the environment, climate change and land reform in Scotland.
The effectiveness of legislation that aims to ensure dogs are kept under control is to be examined by a Holyrood Committee.
An inquiry into bank closures in Scotland was launched by the Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee in March 2018, as a response to the closing of more than a third of Scotland’s bank branches since 2010.
Renowned UK politicians Lord Michael Heseltine and Dame Margaret Hodge will reveal the highs and lows of their political careers as part of this year’s Festival of Politics, it was announced today.
A comprehensive investigation into the culture of the NHS and how this impacts on patients has been undertaken by MSPs on the Health and Sport Committee who today publish their findings.