A travelling exhibition exploring ten people’s experiences of interacting with the Scottish Parliament will open in Greenock Central Library, Greenock on Saturday 4 September.
Where should the balance lie between promoting animal welfare, controlling pests and supporting Scotland’s field sports industry?
John Prescott was Britain’s longest serving Deputy Prime Minister and tonight, the man who was one of the key players in the Blair government, brings the sixth Festival of Politics to a close.
Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament Alex Fergusson MSP, has paid tribute to Edwin Morgan, the first Scottish national poet, who died this week.
Day four of the Festival of Politics sees a number of young people from across the country participate in a series of lively and interactive events, aimed at addressing issues facing young people in Scotland and across the globe.
Annie Lennox's work in South Africa, Scotland's relationship with Malawi, and the future of devolutionary politics in Britain provide an eclectic line-up on day three of the Festival of Politics.
Day two of the Festival of Politics sees ‘Power of the People’ argue politics is not the exclusive preserve of our elected representatives and democratic institutions.
A diverse programme of events, including comedy, debate and football, starts today with the opening of the Scottish Parliament’s sixth annual Festival of Politics.
The world’s premier photojournalism exhibition has today gone on display at the Scottish Parliament – the first UK venue to host this year’s collection.