Election 2021

The Scottish Parliament is in recess ahead of the election on 6 May.

Because of Covid-19, there are some changes to how the Parliament prepares for the election.

Find out more in our Election 2021 pages

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Observing parliamentary business

 

Parliament business is still taking place and all public sessions are available at Scottish Parliament TV.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic tickets to observe parliamentary business in person are suspended. We continue to monitor developments closely. We will update our advice for visitors as matters evolve. 

 
 

First Minister's Questions

Although First Minister’s Questions is still taking place, the Debating Chamber public seating is currently closed to the public due to the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic. 

This is a rapidly changing situation and we continue to monitor developments closely. We will update our advice for visitors as matters evolve. 

Watch First Minister’s Questions on Scottish Parliament TV

 

Chamber business

Although Chamber business is still taking place, the Debating Chamber public seating is currently closed to the public due to the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic.

This is a rapidly changing situation and we continue to monitor developments closely. We will update our advice for visitors as matters evolve. 

Watch Chamber business on Scottish Parliament TV

 

Committee meetings

Although Committee meetings are still taking place, the Committee public seating areas are currently closed to the public due to the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic. 

This is a rapidly changing situation and we continue to monitor developments closely. We will update our advice for visitors as matters evolve. 

Watch Committee meetings on Scottish Parliament TV