Local commercial radio is to come under the spotlight as MSPs on the Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee continue their scrutiny of the issue at a meeting next week.
Scotland’s relationship with the European Union and the rest of the world is to be the subject of a new parliamentary inquiry by the Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee.
An inquiry into the future of funding for the arts in Scotland has been launched today by MSPs on the Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee.
Committee calls for public inquiry into Glasgow School of Art fires
A Scottish Parliament Committee has found serious deficiencies in the way consultation was carried out around planned changes to the 2021 census.
With the negotiations for the UK’s withdrawal entering a critical phase, the Scottish Parliament’s Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee has today launched a call for evidence.
Broadcasters and government agencies need to improve how they support the screen industry in Scotland so the country can maximise the benefits of new funding streams and soaring global demand for content.
Chair of STV, Baroness Ford, must reconsider invitation to appear before Holyrood’s Culture Committee, says Joan McAlpine
Creative Scotland must urgently address its strategic failings following a catalogue of criticism from Scotland’s creative sector, says Holyrood’s Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee.
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.
Scotland must find a way for Erasmus+, the EU education and training programme to continue after Brexit, says Holyrood’s European and External Relations Committee.
‘Completely unsatisfactory’ is the view of a Scottish Parliament Committee on hearing Creative Scotland’s response to questions about its Regular Funding process.
The Culture Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee has written to the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, David Davis MSP for a fifth time to ask him to give evidence on the UK Government’s position on Brexit.
Holyrood’s Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee is in Dublin Monday (22 January – Tuesday 23 January) to continue its investigations into the Article 50 Withdrawal negotiations.
Senior MSPs representing three Holyrood Committees will attend House of Lords talks on Thursday on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill and Brexit.
The complexity of the next phase of the Article 50 withdrawal negotiations and the subsequent negotiations on the UK’s future relationship with the EU are set out in research published by a Scottish Parliament committee.
Senior representatives of three Scottish Parliament Committees today participated in inter-parliamentary dialogue on Brexit related issues.
The Scottish Parliament’s Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee are conducting an inquiry into Scotland’s TV and film industry.
The Scottish Parliament's European Committee has raised Scottish concerns over Brexit with the EU's Chief Negotiator, Michel Barnier.
The European Commission’s Chief Negotiator for the Brexit negotiations, Michel Barnier, will meet the Scottish Parliament’s European Committee next Monday (11 September 2017).
The Scottish Parliament’s Presiding Officer, Ken Macintosh MSP, is to lead a delegation to Munich on a trip to strengthen parliamentary ties and support economic, cultural and environmental links between Scotland and Bavaria.
Members of the European Committee of the Regions are visiting Holyrood today to hold discussions with the Scottish Parliament’s European Committee.
Scotland’s role in the Article 50 negotiations is to be examined by MSPs on the Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee, it was announced today.
Young people from across Scotland are coming to the Scottish Parliament today (Tuesday 25 April) to have their say on what sort of future relations they would like to see between Scotland and the EU, after Brexit.
New research for Holyrood’s European Committee highlights significant international precedent for Scotland having its own distinct immigration policy, in order to attract EU migrants and help meet its demographic and labour needs after Brexit.
Holyrood’s European Committee has called for a bespoke solution on Brexit that reflects Scotland’s majority vote to remain in the single market to be explored with the ‘EU 27’ in negotiations before and after the UK Government triggers Article 50.
Joint talks on Brexit have been held today at the Scottish Parliament, with Members of the European committees of the Scottish Parliament, National Assembly for Wales and the London Assembly all participating.
Holyrood’s European Committee has called for the Scottish and UK governments to consider “a bespoke – or differentiated – solution for immigration policy in Scotland” after Brexit.
The UK Government’s Brexit Minister, David Davis MP, must appear before Holyrood’s European Committee before EU withdrawal negotiations begin, says committee convener, Joan McAlpine MSP.
New research prepared by Strathclyde University’s Fraser of Allander Institute predicts a swathe of negative impacts on the Scottish economy in the years following the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
The Holyrood committee investigating the implications for Scotland of leaving the EU has published an initial report today, with access to the single market emerging as a key priority area for businesses and industry in Scotland.
The Scottish Parliament Committee investigating the implications for Scotland leaving the EU has extended its inquiry and today issued a call for views in order to get more evidence on the impact of the vote.
Economists and business leaders from financial services, food and drink and higher education will this week come to Holyrood to outline the impact of the Brexit vote on Scotland.
Members of the Scottish Parliament’s European and External Relations Committee have held a day of meetings in Brussels as they continue their examination of the implications of Brexit for Scotland.
Members of the Scottish Parliament’s European and External Relations Committee will visit Brussels next Tuesday as they continue their examination of the implications of Brexit for Scotland.
The Scottish Parliament’s European and External Relations Committee will work during the summer recess this year to examine the implications of Brexit on Scotland.