The Scottish Parliament is set to introduce a 25p takeaway cup charge in its own cafes from Monday 4 November. The move is intended to reduce waste and reduce the Holyrood building’s carbon footprint.
The Scottish Parliament’s Presiding Officer will lead a delegation of MSPs visiting the Swedish Parliament this week as part of an ongoing commitment to parliamentary reform and learning from other legislatures.
Assurances are needed to make sure that the Scottish Government focuses spend on low carbon projects. This is according to a new report published today by Holyrood’s Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee.
MSPs seek views on animal welfare and wildlife protection laws
Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee seeks views on proposed Islands Plan
World Mental Health Day on Thursday 10 October will be marked at the opening of the Scottish Parliament’s Festival of Politics in a special session with TV’s Dr Rangan Chatterjee.
Expectation versus reality: Holyrood’s original steering group deliver their assessment of the Scottish Parliament at twenty
Holyrood’s Local Government and Communities Committee has given its backing to a Bill which proposes the first major reform of business rates in Scotland for decades.
Greater clarity is required on the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) that is set to replace EU Structural Funds from 2021 says Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee.
Holyrood’s Justice Sub-Committee on Policing has launched a new inquiry into the use of facial recognition technology.
Closed Captions, using the Official Report of proceedings have been added to a selection of Scottish Parliament videos in YouTube.