The Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee is calling for the Scottish Parliament and Scottish Government to develop a framework to facilitate appropriate and proportionate scrutiny on decisions to align with EU law.
Hot on the heels of COP26, the Scottish Parliament’s Net Zero, Energy & Transport Committee today launches an inquiry that will explore the role of local government and its partners – private and voluntary sectors, social enterprises...
The Scottish Parliament’s Criminal Justice Committee is calling for comprehensive reforms to be made in the justice system, as well as more money for the sector, ahead of the Scottish Government’s budget next month.
Policies governing the development of Scotland’s cities, towns and rural areas until 2045 are to be scrutinised across several Scottish Parliament committees.
The Scottish Parliament’s Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee is beginning an inquiry looking at the Scottish Government’s use of emergency regulation making powers.
An inquiry has been launched into the health and wellbeing of children and young people by a Scottish Parliament Committee.
An inquiry to consider the Good Food Nation (Scotland) Bill has today been launched by the Rural Affairs, Islands and Natural Environment Committee.
After undertaking pre-budget scrutiny for 2022-23 and examining Scotland’s public finances in the wake of COVID-19, Holyrood’s Finance & Public Administration Committee warns of huge financial challenges facing the Scottish Budget.
An inquiry has been launched into the perinatal mental health of new mothers in Scotland by the Health, Social Care and Sport Committee.
The Scottish Government must use its budget to stabilise the income of parents to help it reach its child poverty targets, according to a letter issued today by the Scottish Parliament’s Social Justice and Social Security Committee.
Closed Captions, using the Official Report of proceedings have been added to a selection of Scottish Parliament videos in YouTube.