Presiding Officer to welcome the Ambassador of Croatia


The Presiding Officer, the Rt Hon Tricia Marwick MSP, will today welcome the Ambassador of Croatia, His Excellency Dr. Ivan Grdešić, on his first official visit to the Scottish Parliament.

Progress on child poverty to be investigated by MSPs


MSPs on the Health and Sport Committee have launched an investigation into why 160,000 children in Scotland continue to live in poverty.

Tenants ‘resisting’ downsizing for the ‘bedroom tax’


Despite the financial pressure of the ‘bedroom tax’, social housing tenants are resistant to downsizing in Scotland. That is the conclusion of research published today (Sunday 20 October) by the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee.

Buinn Charnegie airson Gràdh-daonna air am buileachadh aig Pàrlamaid na h-Alba


The recipients of the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy, including Scottish entrepreneur Sir Tom Hunter, will receive their medals at a prestigious ceremony today (Thursday 17th October) at the Scottish Parliament.

‘Anndra Carnegie: an dìleab a dh’atharraich an saoghal’ air fhosgladh aig Taigh an Ròid


Thèid an dìleab a dh’fhàg an gràdhaiche-daonna (philanthropist) Albannach-Americanach Anndra Carnegie a sgrùdadh an-diugh ann an taisbeanadh ùr drùidhteach a’ fosgladh aig Pàrlamaid na h-Alba an-diugh.

Cuiridh Comataidh a’ Cheartais Fàilte air Bile nan Tribiunal


A Bill intended to create an improved system of independence and better quality of service for tribunals’ users in Scotland has been welcomed by the Justice Committee in its report published today.

Transparency essential on block grant changes, says Finance Committee


More clarity and detail is required from both the UK and Scottish Government on the implementation of financial powers within the Scotland Act 2012, according to a report published today by Holyrood’s Finance Committee.

Beachdan a dhìth mun reachdas a thathar a’ moladh gus a’ bhuaidh eaconamach aig 9 billean de chaiteachas poblach a leasachadh


Views from businesses and organisations of all sizes and types are being sought to support MSPs in their scrutiny of the bill proposed to help manage the £9 billion per year spend by the public sector on goods and services across Scotland.

Should Prison Visiting Committees be abolished, asks Justice Committee?


The proposed abolishment of Prison Visiting Committees and their replacement model is under the spotlight today as the Justice Committee publishes its call for evidence on the issue.

Andy Warhol exhibition: what people are saying


What people are saying on social media about the Andy Warhol exhibition currently running at the Scottish Parliament.

Committee backs regulatory reform legislation to create “more favourable business conditions”


Legislation that intends to create more favourable business conditions and deliver benefits for the environment has been supported by a Holyrood committee.

Rud ùr sa Phàrlamaid agus Comataidh na Slàinte a’ cumail seisean ‘Cuir Ceist ri Rùnaire na Slàinte’


Dè an aon cheist a thaobh poileasaidh slàinte a bu chòir faighneachd aig Comataidh na Slàinte dhe Rùnaire a’ Chaibineit airson Slàinte is Mathais?

Warhol a’ Nochdadh aig Taigh an Ròid


Bidh an taisbeanadh ‘Andy Warhol: Pop, Power and Politics’ a’ fosgladh a-màireach (Disathairne 5 Dàmhair) aig Pàrlamaid na h-Alba. Is e a’ chiad taisbeanadh de shaothair an fhir-ealain a chaidh a chumail ann an togalach Pàrlamaid.

Andy Warhol exhibition launched at Holyrood


Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick MSP and Angus Hogg from the UK Carnegie Trust launch the Andy Warhol: Pop, Power and Politics exhibition.

Arbroath smokies on the menu for Parliament Day


A busy programme of Parliament Day visits by the Presiding Officer, the Rt Hon Tricia Marwick MSP and constituency MSP Graeme Dey, will take place on Monday 4 November in Arbroath.

The Proclaimers to be given the Warhol treatment


Scots band The Proclaimers will be given the ‘Warhol’ treatment this month when an image of the twins will be used for a series of free screen-printing workshops being held at the Scottish Parliament.

Seirbheis poileas ionadail ga chur air mullach clàr-obrach


The Justice Sub-Committee on Policing has agreed to devote its next evidence session on 31 October to consider local policing.

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