Thirteen ‘emerging leaders’ from the Scottish Parliamentary Service (SPS) staff were recognised today at a certification event hosted by the Presiding Officer.
The Scottish Parliament’s Constitution Committee has concluded that the UK’s Internal Market Act (UKIMA) places more emphasis on open trade than regulatory autonomy, when compared to the EU Single Market.
Holyrood’s Public Audit Committee is extremely concerned by significant and persistent weaknesses in leadership and governance arrangements which saw the Crofting Commission fall below the standards expected of a public body.
Plans announced by the Scottish Government to restrict the public’s use of fireworks will be considered by the Scottish Parliament’s Criminal Justice Committee.
Holyrood’s Presiding Officer has launched an audit that will review the representation and participation of women in the Scottish Parliament.
Holyrood’s Education, Children and Young People Committee are seeking views on its conclusions on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on children and young people.
The mental health of pregnant women, new mothers and their families, including those affected by miscarriage, stillbirth and the death of an infant, has been highlighted by a Scottish Parliament Committee.
A call for views into the Coronavirus (Recovery and Reform) (Scotland) Bill has been launched by several Scottish Parliament Committees.
The future of Scotland’s town centres, and how the changing nature of retail and ecommerce has impacted them, is to be investigated by the Economy and Fair Work Committee.
An inquiry into the different ways patients access healthcare services in Scotland has been launched by the Health, Social Care and Sport Committee.