The abolition of the right to buy social housing accommodation is just one of the questions being posed to the people of Scotland by the Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee.
The Scottish Parliament will hold a Parliament Day in Dumbarton on Monday 24 February, it has been announced today.
Proposals to establish Revenue Scotland as a Scottish equivalent of HMRC were highlighted today with the publication of a call for evidence by the Scottish Parliament’s Finance Committee on the Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Bill.
The implications of an independent Scotland continuing as a member of the European Union (EU) are to be examined in an inquiry launched today by the Scottish Parliament’s European and External Relations Committee.
An inquiry into Scotland’s economic future following the independence referendum in 2014 has been launched today (Wednesday 11 December) by the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.
The Scottish Government’s emphasis on outcomes has been welcomed by the Finance Committee in its report on the draft budget 2014-15 published today.
The Presiding Officer, the Rt Hon Tricia Marwick MSP, announced today that the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body (SPCB) will recommend to the Parliament that the current link with MPs pay should be broken
Legislation that increases the fine paid by people who are caught littering or fly-tipping has been welcomed by the Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee.
On Thursday (5 December 2013), the Scottish Parliament will be asked to agree the appointment of Bill Thomson as the new Commissioner for Ethical Standards in Public Life in Scotland.
Legislation that significantly reforms bankruptcy and debt advice has been supported by the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.
The Scottish Parliament is to once again host an international culture summit, bringing together delegations from across the globe to examine and debate how culture can encourage international dialogue.
The seventh annual St Andrew’s Day Debate will take place in the Scottish Parliament on Monday 2 December.
A Holyrood committee is to conduct an inquiry into whether the Scottish Parliament’s legislative process is “fit for purpose”, it has been announced.
The Committee called on the Scottish Government to consider how it can use broader media approaches in order to support communication of behaviour change messages