A service to develop the Parliament’s links with the Gaelic-speaking community.
The main thoroughfare which joins all the buildings in the Parliament complex together.
An election in which a poll is held for all 129 seats in the Parliament.
general principles of a bill
The overall policy and purpose of a bill, rather than its detailed provisions.
General Questions, General Question Time
See Question Time.
The executive body that administers the running of the country.
Great Britain (GB)
That part of the United Kingdom comprising Scotland, England and Wales.
A group can be formed of members who represent parties with fewer than 5 seats in the Parliament, or of independent members (who do not represent a political party). The group must have at least 5 members, and is entitled to nominate a representative as a member of the Parliamentary Bureau (rule 5.2.2).
See group. See party representative.
A list setting out the how amendments to a bill are to be grouped for debate.