The Scottish Parliament’s Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change Committee is today calling for views on legislation which sets ambitious targets for reducing Scotland’s greenhouse gas emissions over the next 40 years.
Can prison effectively treat and rehabilitate female offenders with mental health problems?
The Scottish Parliament’s Public Audit Committee has called for better monitoring of the cost of free personal and nursing care in a report published today.
The Scottish Parliament’s Finance Committee is calling on the Scottish Government to improve the way it costs and assesses all options for capital investment projects.
Direct elections to health boards should be piloted alongside alternative public participation schemes if public involvement in health board decision-making is to be improved, according to a report from the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee
The Scottish Parliament’s Finance Committee today published its report on the Scottish Government’s Draft Budget.
Children targeted with inquiry launch into mental health services