The Scottish Parliament returns to business next week (Tuesday 4 September) with the introduction of its new three-day sitting pattern.
The Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, the Commonwealth Arena and the Athletes’ Village that will host the 2014 Commonwealth Games were today showcased to members of the Health and Sport Committee.
The Festival of Politics culminates in the amplified sound of young people from across Scotland making their voices heard in a verbal and musical take over on the final day of another successful festival at the Scottish Parliament (Saturday 25 August).
The Rt Hon Gordon Brown MP will headline day three (Friday 24 August) of the Festival of Politics at the Scottish Parliament. The former Prime Minister will deliver the inaugural Campbell Christie Memorial Lecture from Holyrood’s debating chamber.
An opportunity to put a stitch in time and be part of history will be on offer at the Scottish Parliament as part of events taking place on day two of the Festival of Politics (Saturday 18 August).
For the eighth year running, the Scottish Parliament is hosting its Festival of Politics. Known for its challenging and thought-provoking events, this year is no different.
The only two original letters with a direct link to William Wallace have gone on display at the Scottish Parliament today in a new exhibition.