Photographs taken in Byre's Road Glasgow, on the Solway Coast and Rhu, near Helensburgh were today chosen by Harry Benson as being among the best entries of the Parliament's #SeeingScotland photography competition.
The three-year time limit that prevents childhood abuse survivors from seeking civil damages in court is the focus of a call for evidence issued by MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee.
Following an inquiry into health and social care integration budgets, MSPs were disappointed to find that the majority of Health and Social Care Partnerships (HSCP) started the financial year without finalised budgets in place.
MSPs on the Social Security Committee will today visit Musselburgh job centre, one of the first areas in Scotland to roll out Universal Credit, to see the claimant journey first hand.
A week of Gaelic activities gets underway today at the Scottish Parliament (Monday 28 November).
Members of the Scottish Parliament’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee (EHRiC) have been meeting with Thornlie Primary School pupils ahead of UN Human Rights Day, which will take place on Saturday 10 December.
The Scottish Parliament’s debating chamber will be taken over by The Scottish Older People’s Assembly on Friday 25 November.
A Parliamentary committee is to take evidence from a range of stakeholders following the publication today of a report by Scottish Natural Heritage on its review of Deer Management in Scotland.
A Scottish Parliamentary Committee and a Westminster Committee are to work together on social security.
Concerns around GP shortages must be addressed and MSPs on the Health and Sport Committee have today written to the Health Secretary Shona Robison MSP to highlight what they think can make a positive difference to the profession.
The Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee will hold an informal session outside of Holyrood, taking its inquiry into the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) to Hamilton.
The Scottish Parliament has become the first parliament in the world to be awarded triple certification to the Carbon Trust Standard in recognition of achievements in reducing carbon, waste and water use.
The most deprived areas of Scotland will once again be hit hardest by the round of welfare reforms announced since the 2015 general election, according to new research.
The membership of the independent Commission on Parliamentary Reform has today been announced.