A Holyrood Committee has welcomed the Scottish Crown Estate Bill in a report published today, while also suggesting ways it could be strengthened.
MSPs from the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee have spent a morning in Glasgow finding out more about electronic tagging and the impact criminal convictions have on employment prospects.
The aftermath of an attack that shook the heart of London; a rioter on fire running from police in Venezuela; a young boy being pulled alive from rubble in Mosul and concertgoers hiding from a gunman at a country music festival in Las Vegas.
Sanitary products are to be introduced free at the Scottish Parliament building with immediate effect it has been confirmed.
Is enough being done to support Scotland’s local businesses? A new inquiry by the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee will explore just this.
We want communities to have a stronger voice in planning what their neighbourhoods look like, says a Holyrood Committee today.
Prisoners serving custodial sentences should be given the right to vote according to Holyrood’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee.
The Health and Sport Committee are warning against weakening the Scottish Parliament's ability to take decisions in the best interests of Scotland once powers are devolved from the European Union (EU).
Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee says the disagreement over Clause 11 and Schedule 3 of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill can be resolved through “mutual trust and respect” between governments across the UK.
Do some schools present university as the main path to take when college, training and work are equally valuable routes?
MSPs have this evening formally ratified the Scottish Parliament’s new budget process (Tuesday 8 May 2018).
The Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee (DPLR) has published its report on the supplementary Legislative Consent Memorandum (LCM) on the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill.
He is known as the ‘go-to man’ in resolving major international conflicts, is currently working on historic new relations between North and South Korea, and was a leading mediator in the Middle East, the Balkans and former Soviet Union.
A Scottish Parliament committee is calling for a radical rethink on Scotland’s new Screen Unit to ensure it can help Scotland’s dynamic screen sector reach its full potential.