Some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children continue to fall behind in education despite measures being put in place to support them, according to a report published today by the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Culture Committee
An oak tree will be planted at the Scottish Parliament today to signify Her Majesty The Queen’s lasting connection with Scotland’s Parliament and its people.
Shortcomings in the channels and nature of the dialogue between the UK and Scottish Governments on EU matters have been highlighted today in a report published by the European and External Relations Committee.
Changes to Holyrood’s standing orders, which will see the Parliament’s chamber sit three afternoons a week, have been set out today by a parliamentary committee.
Scotland’s population is ageing but what will be the impact of this on their budget and, most importantly, the planning and delivery of vital public services? To answer these questions, the Finance Committee has launched an inquiry.
MSPs from the Public Audit Committee are to visit Glasgow next month as part of a parliamentary inquiry into cardiology services in Scotland.
The Committee has drawn this conclusion in response to Transport Scotland’s consultation on the future of Scotland’s railways.
Scotland’s business and academic research communities will gather at Holyrood on Friday (25 May) to discuss how Scotland can best engage with the EU’s Horizon 2020 proposals.
It’s 20 minutes of high drama but it’s not First Minister’s Questions.
A Bill proposed by the Scottish Government to seek, as far as is possible, to limit the likely widespread impact of UK Welfare Reform Act on the poor and vulnerable in Scotland was recommended for approval in principle today.
Scotland’s third largest wind farm and a new hydro-power station in Perthshire were showcased to members of the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee today (14 May). The first of three visits across Scotland, this will inform the Renewables Inquiry.
More than 120 Scottish primary schoolchildren will gather in the Scottish Parliament’s debating chamber on Monday 14 May to test their knowledge of European affairs by competing in a nationwide competition.
The voluntary sector and independent providers of care should have a greater role in delivering integrated health and social care, according to a report published today by the Health and Sport Committee.
The appointment of a chief constable and chief fire officer to oversee the new national police and fire and rescue service should be made as soon as possible, according to the Justice Committee in its stage 1 report on the Police and Fire Reform Bill.