Welcome to the Scottish Parliament

  • The Debating Chamber

    No Parliamentary business on Thursday

    Due to the UK General Election, there will be no Parliamentary business on Thursday 7 May.

    The next meeting of the Scottish Parliament is scheduled for Tuesday 12 May.

    Find out more: Business Bulletin

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    No Parliamentary business on Thursday

  • Nicola Sturgeon MSP, Kezia Dugdale MSP, Ruth Davidson MSP and Willie Rennie MSP

    FMQs >> Video and Official Report

    On Wednesday afternoon, Nicola Sturgeon MSP took questions from opposition leaders and MSPs during First Minister's Question Time.

    Watch First Minister's Questions

    Read the Official Report

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    FMQs >> Video and Official Report

  • Close-up of job applicaton form / iStock photo © Pali Rao

    Race and employment inquiry launched

    The challenges faced by Scotland’s ethnic minorities when trying to access work are set to be heard at Holyrood, as the Scottish Parliament’s Equal Opportunities Committee launches its inquiry into race, ethnicity and employment.

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    Race and employment inquiry launched

  • A guided tour at the Scottish Parliament

    Explore the Scottish Parliament building

    With no Parliamentary business taking place, the Scottish Parliament will be running additional free tours on Thursday 7 May.

    Book your place by contacting us on 0131 348 5200 or by visiting the link below.

    Find out more

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    Explore the Scottish Parliament building

 

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The Business Bulletin is published each morning when the Parliament is in session. It includes details of current, future and past business of the Parliament.

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Happy to Translate

The Scottish Parliament is taking part in Happy to Translate.

This national language initiative will enhance our existing services for non-English speakers and promote equal access for people living in Scotland.