Brexit: What Scotland Thinks – major study published by Holyrood’s European Committee


A major parliamentary report detailing the views and concerns around Brexit of more than 150 Scottish organisations and individuals is published today.

Views sought on Scottish Government’s draft climate change plan


Four parliamentary committees have launched a joint call for views on the Scottish Government’s plan on how it will meet climate change targets from 2017 to 2032.

Scottish Parliamentary committee to investigate the feasibility of introducing a Citizen’s Income


The feasibility of introducing a citizen’s income is to be investigated by MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Social Security Committee.

MSPs to question Lord Advocate on Prosecution Service


Following a five month inquiry into the effectiveness and efficiency of the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS), Holyrood’s Justice Committee is to conclude its investigation by questioning the head of the service.

Urgent work needed to improve SQA


Urgent work is needed by the SQA to rebuild its relationship with teachers. This is just one of the recommendations for improvement from a report issued today by the Scottish Parliament's Education and Skills Committee.

Inquiry launched into the barriers to accessing sport


A major inquiry has been launched into sport participation and barriers to participation by MSPs on the Health and Sport Committee.

Air Departure Tax Bill to be examined by Holyrood’s Finance Committee


Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee is to examine the Air Departure Tax (ADT) Bill, it has been announced.

Future of British Transport Police to be inspected by MSPs


A call for views on the future of the British Transport Police (BTP) in Scotland has today been launched by Holyrood’s Justice Committee.

Measures to improve mental health in Scotland set out by MSPs


Following an inquiry into the provision of mental health services for children, adolescents and adults, MSPs on the Health and Sport Committee have set out a number of key issues which they believe will improve mental health treatment in Scotland.

Holyrood’s Finance Committee asks the public for ‘taxing’ questions on the Scottish Government’s budget


Members of the public will have a new opportunity using social media to put questions to Scotland’s Finance Minister Derek McKay about Scotland’s Budget, says Holyrood’s Finance Committee.

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