The ongoing problems with the roll out of Universal Credit and the devolution of welfare powers to Scotland will be raised by the Scottish Parliament’s Social Security Committee when it hears from the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
Prior to the committee’s consideration of the Scottish Government’s Management of Offenders Bill, the Justice Committee is launching a call for views.
Scotland must find a way for Erasmus+, the EU education and training programme to continue after Brexit, says Holyrood’s European and External Relations Committee.
A group of young women from across Scotland will today take over a Holyrood committee room as part of a project to increase political involvement.
A new legal requirement to register lobbying activity will come into effect next week as the Lobbying (Scotland) Act 2016 comes into force.
The closure of more than a third of Scotland’s banks since 2010 is set to come under the microscope.
The Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee has today launched a call for evidence as part of its Stage 1 consideration of the Prescription (Scotland) Bill.
A Holyrood Committee has published a series of concerns about the environmental impacts of salmon farming in Scotland.
The Scottish Parliament today published the results of a confidential survey which assessed the extent to which sexual harassment and sexist behaviour is present in Holyrood and in MSPs local offices.
The environmental implications of Scotland leaving the EU will be put under the spotlight by a Holyrood Committee.
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