Welcome to the Scottish Parliament

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    Covid-19: impact on public finance

    The Finance and Constitution Committee meets virtually on Friday to consider the impact of COVID-19 on public finances and the Fiscal Framework. They will speak with a number of experts including Mark Taylor, Audit Director of Audit Scotland.

    Watch live on SPTV

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    Covid-19: impact on public finance

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    MSPs speak to experts on school return plans

    The Education and Skills Committee meets virtually on Friday to consider a number of COVID-19 education issues, including the Scottish Government’s proposals for returning  to school, the impact of cancelled exams, and what support will be offered to vulnerable children.

    Watch live on SPTV

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    MSPs speak to experts on school return plans

  • First Minister Nicola Sturgeon speaking at FMQs in 2020

    Catch up with FMQs

    Missed First Minister's Questions? Here's how you can catch up:

    Read the Official Report

    Watch on SPTV

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    Catch up with FMQs

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    Covid-19: Contacting Parliament

    As part of the special measures taken in response to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, we have closed our phone switchboard to prioritise our staff’s wellbeing.

    If you need to contact the Scottish Parliament during this time, please direct emails to [email protected]

    Your Member of Scottish Parliament can still be contacted at this time.

    Contact your MSP 

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    Covid-19: Contacting Parliament

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MSP pages

Every MSP's page contains details of their recent speeches, motions, questions and voting records.

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Business Bulletin

The Business Bulletin is published each morning when the Parliament is in session. It includes details of current, future and past business of the Parliament.

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Submit a petition

Thinking about petitioning? Please get in touch. We’re happy to explain what’s involved and what you need to do to get started.

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