The vote of no confidence in John Swinney marks only the fourth time in the history of devolution that MSPs have resorted to this mechanism to try to remove a government minister.
Boris Johnson's post-Brexit plan for a UK internal market will see Westminster "taking back control from Scotland", MSPs have heard.
Scottish Parliament deputy presiding officer Linda Fabiani has announced plans to step down at next year’s Holyrood election.
Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh believes that remote voting will become permanent in the Scottish Parliament, but that MSPs will miss the “passion and emotion” under the new hybrid system.
MSPs will be able to vote remotely as the Scottish Parliament returns this week.
Douglas Ross has declined to reveal what he discussed with Ruth Davidson four days before his predecessor as Scottish Conservative leader resigned.
Scottish Government cites ‘legal privilege’ for failure to hand over documents to MSPs investigating probe into Alex Salmond’s behaviour
The Scottish Government is refusing to hand over documents relating to its botched investigation into harassment claims against Alex Salmond citing legal reasons.
The former head of communications for the SNP has announced plans to seek nomination for a seat at Holyrood.
Scottish Conservative MP Douglas Ross has confirmed he will stand for leader of the Scottish Conservatives.
The pro-independence vote at next year's Holyrood election could be split further after a leading separatist blogger revealed plans to create a standalone Wings Over Scotland party are still "under consideration".
A former depute leader of the SNP has officially declared his intention to run for Holyrood.
Different regulations on goods between Scotland and the rest of the UK will cost consumers, the Scottish Secretary has warned.
Leading Tory MSP Adam Tomkins has announced he is to quit Holyrood at next year’s Scottish election.
The SNP works best when it is “under pressure” as the minority leader of Scotland, the co-leader of the Scottish Greens has said.
Former SNP deputy leader Jim Sillars has accused the First Minister of leaving the Scottish independence movement “stranded” and at risk of splintering.
Rishi Sunak has agreed to protect Scots troops from “SNP tax hikes” on a permanent basis.
An SNP MP has been accused of making a “direct challenge” to Nicola Sturgeon after backing the idea of a separate pro-independence party standing in next year’s Holyrood election.
The depute leader of the SNP council group in Aberdeen has announced her intention to stand for election to the Scottish Parliament.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, her predecessor Alex Salmond and her husband Peter Murrell will be questioned under oath when they give evidence to a Holyrood inquiry.
A ‘route map to independence’: MP says Scotland could seek EU-backed referendum if Westminster rejects mandate
Holyrood should ask the European Union to sanction a second referendum on Scottish independence if the UK Government refuses to acknowledge a future nationalist majority, a senior SNP MP has argued.
A Holyrood committee is seeking views on a new Bill to strengthen regulations around livestock worrying.
Policy on devolved issues should return to the Scottish Parliament on the day Britain leaves the European Union, according to a committee of MSPs.
Pupils returning to class with two-metre social distancing rules in place is the only scenario for which Scottish schools are planning, MSPs have been told.
The rural economy will receive additional support after a north-east MSP's amendment was passed at Holyrood.
Former Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray has announced he is to quit Holyrood at next year’s election.
A deputy presiding officer of the Scottish Parliament has claimed party whips “get in the way of honesty” during a debate on the issue of tail docking for dogs.
Scottish Parliament chiefs are to spend £2.6 million on security improvements at the Holyrood building.
Scotland’s environmental watchdog has ramped up its use of unmanned drones to look for breaches of the law, its chief executive has said.
Holyrood’s Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh has praised health workers after revealing he had his appendix removed on Monday.
The Scottish Government aims to have children back in schools on a part-time basis on August 11.