Scottish Parliament to hold Leaders’ Virtual Question Time


The first Leaders’ Virtual Question Time will take place tomorrow, Thursday 9 April, at 12:30, with arrangements set out in a message sent to all MSPs from the Scottish Parliament’s Presiding Officer, Rt Hon Ken Macintosh MSP, today.

How best can businesses, workers and the economy be supported during the Covid-19 crisis, asks Holyrood’s Economy Committee


The Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee has today issued a call for views from Scottish businesses and workers on the current Covid-19 crisis.

MSPs pronounce support for civil partnerships for different sex couples


A proposal to make civil partnerships available to different sex couples will strengthen equality and advance human rights in Scotland, according to a Holyrood Committee.

Scottish Parliament asked to consent to UK’s Emergency Coronavirus Bill


On Tuesday (24 March), MSPs from across the Scottish Parliament will scrutinise the proposed UK-wide Emergency Coronavirus Bill

Scottish Parliament suspends public engagement in response to Covid-19 Coronavirus


The Scottish Parliament has announced it will suspend public engagement activities as it prioritises supporting parliamentary business and responding to the Coronavirus.

MSPs call on UK and Scottish Governments to work together as billions of pounds in benefits go unclaimed


The UK and Scottish Governments must work more closely together to ensure people get the benefits they are entitled to, a new report by the Scottish Parliament’s Social Security Committee has said.

Parliament to nominate new Auditor General for Scotland


The Scottish Parliament will next week (Tuesday 10 March) be invited to nominate Stephen Boyle to Her Majesty the Queen for appointment as the new Auditor General for Scotland.

Europe Committee to question Secretary of State for Scotland over Brexit


The Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee will on Thursday (5 March) question the Secretary of State for Scotland regarding the Withdrawal Agreement and the future relationship between the European Union and the UK.

Committee calls for ‘sunset clause’ in Common Agricultural Policy transition legislation


A Holyrood committee has called on the Scottish Government to include a “sunset clause” in legislation that will enable the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) to continue to operate during a post-Brexit transition period

Can Scotland be more competitive internationally?


Holyrood’s Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee is to have an inquiry into the role of Scottish Development International (SDI) in developing a Scotland that competes on the international stage.

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