A Scottish Parliament Committee has warned that more needs to be done to ensure that young people who need help with their mental health can access support at the earliest opportunity.
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Scottish council finances and whether it will lead to a “new normal” in the way some services are delivered is to be investigated by a Holyrood Committee.
A Bill aiming to strengthen local government in Scotland is to be scrutinised by a Holyrood Committee.
Two new non-executive members of Audit Scotland’s board are to be appointed by the Scottish Commission for Public Audit following an open recruitment exercise, it has been announced.
A Holyrood Committee has reiterated its call for unnecessary and arbitrary powers contained in emergency coronavirus legislation to be repealed in order to protect the rights of people with mental health conditions.
The Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee has today announced its unanimous support for the general principles of the ‘Protection of Workers Bill’ after it published its Stage One report on the bill.
A Scottish Parliament Committee inquiry into the supply and demand for medicines found an incoherent system which fails to put patients first.
Holyrood’s Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee has launched an inquiry into how Scotland can ensure that a green, just and resilient recovery is central in our response to the social and economic challenges of the COVID-19 health crisis.
A draft law which would increase the penalties for dog-owners whose pets chase, attack or kill farmed animals is to be considered by a Holyrood Committee.
Legislation and external regulation may be the only way to protect the rights of children and young people involved in youth football, a Scottish Parliament Committee has warned.
Closed Captions, using the Official Report of proceedings have been added to a selection of Scottish Parliament videos in YouTube.