The Scottish Parliament is in recess until 24 October. But there are lots of ways to catch up on what's been happening recently at Holyrood:
Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022)
Following the period of national mourning, the Parliament started its Chamber business with tributes to Her Late Majesty The Queen, with contributions from a number of MSPs.
Scotland and the Scottish Parliament played a significant role in the days following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
We look back, day-by-day, at events in and around Holyrood to mark the passing of the Queen and the accession of His Majesty King Charles III.
The Scottish Parliament is the home of Scottish democracy. We are open throughout the year. Find out how to visit us
Find MSPs by postcode
Bills and laws
Find out about laws which have been proposed (Bills) and laws that have already been passed.
Chamber and committees
Find out what's happened in the Chamber and in committee meetings. You can also read written questions and answers.
SPICe Spotlight blog
Read the blog from our information centre for impartial and up to date analysis of current issues
Alison Johnstone MSP is the elected Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament.
Annabelle Ewing and Liam McArthur are Deputy Presiding Officers (DPOs).
Petitions are a way to ask the Parliament to do something.
Any person or organisation can submit a petition: you do not have to be a certain age or live in Scotland.
MSPs cannot submit a petition but they can support them.
Get in touch
We can take direct calls Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.
Telephone 0131 348 5000 or 0800 092 7500 (freephone). If you would like to speak to someone in Gaelic, call 0131 348 5395 (message service only)