MSPs call for transparency on public spending and strategy following failure of BiFab


MSPs investigating the circumstances leading to the administration of Burntisland Fabrications Limited (BiFab) have expressed their concern over the “lack of transparency”...

‘Further work required’ on Domestic Abuse Bill, says Justice Committee


The Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee has backed the underlying intentions behind the Scottish Government’s new Domestic Abuse Bill, but warned that serious practical concerns raised during the course of its scrutiny need to be addressed.

Committee supports Bill which would pave the way for St. Andrews to grant medical and dentistry degrees


Proposals which would mark the first step in allowing St. Andrews University to grant medical and dentistry degrees for the first time in 50 years have been endorsed by a Scottish Parliament Committee.

Citizens’ Panel convened to discuss Scotland Covid-19 restrictions and strategy


A citizens’ panel will meet for the first time this weekend to discuss how Scotland is and should continue to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Work on representation of BAME women in the workplace to be recognised in Parliament


A project which aims to boost women’s involvement in politics will have their work recognised this week in the Scottish Parliament.

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