The Scottish Parliament is in recess ahead of the election on 6 May.
Because of Covid-19, there are some changes to how the Parliament prepares for the election.
Find out more in our Election 2021 pages
Language: English / Gàidhlig
A Bill is a proposed Act of the Scottish Parliament. A Bill that is introduced in the Scottish Parliament is scrutinised and debated by MSPs.
Go to Bills and laws
MSPs take part in examining and passing proposed laws (Bills). They represent you in the Scottish Parliament and your local area. And they examine the work of the Scottish Government.
Go to MSPs
Information about committees and records of all debates, questions and answers.
Go to Chamber and committees
You can get involved with the Scottish Parliament by joining a Cross-party group, submitting a petition, lobbying or exploring our education resources.
Go to Get involved
Visit the Scottish Parliament
Go to Visit
The Scottish Parliament examines what the Scottish Government is doing, makes new laws on devolved matters and debates the issues of the day.
Go to About
These pages have British Sign Language (BSL) information about the Parliament, including our BSL plan.
Scottish Parliament's BSL plan
What can BSL users expect from the Parliament?
Join the Scottish Parliament BSL Facebook group
BSL information about the Scottish Parliament election on the Electoral Commission website
Find out why people vote in the Scottish elections
Learn about MSPs and how they represent you
Find out about what goes on in Parliament
Discover the different ways to get involved in the Parliament's work
Information on how to get in touch or make a complaint in BSL
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