Financial aspects of the Scotland Bill will all be examined by the Scottish Parliament next year.
Concerns have been raised today over the funding of the Scottish Government’s measures to meet climate change targets in a report published by the Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change Committee.
The Autism (Scotland) Bill fails to convince the Education, Lifelong Learning and Culture committee, according to its Stage 1 report published today.
The Parliament is set to host an exciting exhibition of the six designs short-listed following the competition to design a landmark building for V&A at Dundee on the banks of the River Tay.
The Scottish Parliament’s Scotland Bill Committee is seeking views on a number of issues to help inform its scrutiny of the proposed legislation.
A major “myth-busting” campaign is needed to tackle misinformation about migrants and highlight the economic and social benefits they bring to Scotland, according to a Scottish Parliament report into migration and trafficking which is published today.
The first meeting of the Scotland Bill Committee has taken place to choose the Convener and Deputy and discuss areas of focus for future meetings.
A cautious welcome was given to the Damages (Scotland) Bill by the Parliament's Justice Committee in a report published today. It is a Member's Bill introduced by Bill Butler MSP.
A travelling exhibition exploring ten people’s experiences of interacting with the Scottish Parliament will open in Glasgow Prestwick Airport.