Better monitoring of NHS board performance is needed to identify and address failings, according to a letter issued today by the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee.
The increasing volume of Brexit-related secondary legislation has coincided with a decrease in the number of Scottish Statutory Instruments laid before the Scottish Parliament for consideration, a Holyrood Committee has reported.
MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee are calling for better mental health support for young people ordered into either secure care or a young offenders’ institution (YOI).
A new report from MSPs on the Justice Sub-Committee on Policing looking at police capital spending has concluded that an above inflation increase is vital to allow officers to operate efficiently.
A Holyrood Committee has welcomed confirmation from the Scottish Government that it will introduce primary legislation to allow any future referendum on independence to take place.
Disadvantages as a result of deprivation, gender and rurality need to be addressed to improve learning experiences in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
The Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity (REC) Committee has issued a public call for evidence
A bill aimed to increase retail workers’ protection is to be scrutinised by the Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee.
A Scottish Parliament Committee is seeking views on how to achieve community wellbeing.
Social Security Committee visit Wester Hailes as they seek to find out why millions of pounds of benefits remain unclaimed
Foreign nationals resident in Scotland should be able to have a say in how the country is run
Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee has set out potential structural issues and the risk of ‘unintended consequences’ within the Fiscal Framework – the mechanism method by which partly determines Scotland’s budget.
A Holyrood Committee is calling on the Scottish Government to increase its equalities and third sector funding support and for all public bodies to look at innovative ways to fund the third sector.
A Holyrood Committee has called on the Scottish Government to fulfil its commitment and introduce compulsory sales orders to tackle the blight of empty homes.
The Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee is looking for a wide range of views on electric vehicle infrastructure and local energy as part of a three-part inquiry into the energy sector.
A proposal to make civil partnerships available to different sex couples is to be scrutinised by MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee.
The Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee has today published its budget scrutiny report on regional selective assistance, a fund which financially supports local businesses across Scotland.
Leading change in business is to be the focus of a two-day conference in the Scottish Parliament.
The new Clerk/Chief Executive of the Scottish Parliament has been appointed.