The factors which stop young women getting involved in sport have been highlighted by a group taking part in a Scottish Parliament project aimed at increasing women’s participation in politics.
Can ‘Business Finance Support’ from Scottish Enterprise and HIE be improved? asks Holyrood Committee
A free exhibition showcasing some of the most thought-provoking photographs taken over the course of 2018 will go on display at the Scottish Parliament this summer, it has been announced today.
The Scottish Parliament’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee has started its detailed scrutiny of plans to enhance protections for women and girls who have suffered or who are at risk of female genital mutilation (FGM).
The introduction of Universal Credit has greatly increased rent arrears and a Scottish Parliament Committee has called for immediate action to tackle this issue.
Holyrood’s Local Government and Communities Committee met with representatives from independent schools to hear first-hand of their concerns about proposed changes to business rates.
Ten members of the public will have the best seats in the house as they watch Her Majesty The Queen address the Scottish Parliament on Saturday 29th June.
Major new initiative to get more women into politics announced
MSPs propose Bill to limit early access to key economic data for Scottish Government Ministers and officials.
Clearer plans needed on climate change
Scotland’s most talented young debaters will take to the floor of the Holyrood Debating Chamber tomorrow to take part in the final of a national competition.