Holyrood Committee to investigate why millions of pounds of benefits remain unclaimed
Scottish Parliament’s Festival of Politics programme unveiled
Ahead of the new Parliamentary year, MSPs from the Scottish Parliament's Justice Committee are spending a day with police officers, legal professionals and others working in the wider justice system in the Scottish Borders.
Holyrood’s original steering group members asked: has the Scottish Parliament lived up to its founding principles?
The Scottish Parliament has today welcomed five million visitors since it opened at Holyrood in 2004. The significant milestone comes during the year of its 20th anniversary celebrations.
A Holyrood Committee is seeking answers after it was not given advance notice of the Scottish Government’s intention to allow prisoners in Shetland the right to vote in an upcoming by-election.
The World Press Photo exhibition, showcasing some of the most powerful images from around the globe, has gone on display at the Scottish Parliament .
Women in Shetland, Aberdeenshire, Western Isles and Argyll and Bute encouraged to become involved in politics
MSPs on the Public Audit and Post-legislative Scrutiny Committee have today said that current dog control legislation isn’t fit for purpose and called on the Scottish Government to undertake a comprehensive review of all dog control laws immediately.
New app to help disabled visitors access the Parliament is launched at Holyrood