Holyrood’s Public Audit and Post-legislative Scrutiny Committee are seeking an update from representatives of the health and social care sectors.
Latest details of all MSPs parliamentary expenses are published on the web today. Quarter 4’s expenses from the financial year 2019/20 are now available online via the Parliament’s searchable database facility.
A review of the Fiscal Framework, scheduled for after the Scottish Parliament elections in 2021, should include consideration of whether Scotland’s borrowing powers are adequate, says a joint Holyrood report published today.
The Scottish Parliament is today announcing its first virtual Festival of Politics, with events moving online as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Care experienced children and young people are among those who will have the opportunity to give their opinions on new legislation which would incorporate an international human rights treaty into Scots law – in a Zoom chat with MSPs.
An inquiry into the resilience of the Scottish Parliament’s practices and procedures following the Covid 19 outbreak has been announced.
The Scottish Parliament’s Public Petitions Committee is to take evidence from Dr Dionysios Veronikis, a US-based surgeon who has developed techniques allowing the full removal of transvaginal mesh implants in women.
MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee have supported the general principles of the Defamation Bill, which reforms defamation law in Scotland.
Holyrood’s Local Government and Communities Committee is seeking views on a new Bill which aims to increase private tenants’ protection by limiting rent increases and allowing them to seek a “fair” rent.
A Scottish Parliament Committee is to scrutinise proposals which would create a new licensing system for travelling funfairs.
The Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee is seeking views on a Bill which would permit St Andrews University to confer medical and dentistry degrees for the first time in over 50 years.
Holyrood’s Finance & Constitution Committee has recommended that the UK Trade Bill should be given the consent of the Scottish Parliament.
The general principles of the Continuity Bill should be agreed by Parliament says Holyrood’s Finance & Constitution Committee.
Holyrood’s Finance & Constitution Committee has recommended that the Scottish Parliament should not give consent to the UK Internal Market Bill.