Police use of drones and body-worn video cameras must be subject to better scrutiny, according to MSPs.
MSPs have voted in favour of controversial hate crime legislation, which critics claim marks a "dark day for freedom of expression in Scotland".
The Scottish Tories have been accused of a “naked political gesture” during a debate on prisoner voting.
The Scottish Greens are pushing to remove an exemption from new livestock worry legislation for hunting dogs.
An MSP has written to a senior officer saying Police Scotland’s intended use of drones goes significantly beyond what was agreed.
A new law intended to tackle the growth of short-term let properties has been pushed back in Holyrood’s schedule until after the Scottish election in May.
The proposed national care service would have equal footing with the NHS, the Health Secretary has said.
MSPs have voted to deny consent for a Bill which aims to protect undercover agents, saying greater safeguards are needed against lawbreaking.
The Scottish Greens have said they will not support a Bill aimed at protecting undercover law enforcement agents.
At least £20 million is needed to tackle Scotland’s drug deaths crisis, Scottish Labour’s health spokesperson says, as MSPs debated the issue at Holyrood.
The coronavirus restrictions have wrecked traditional Christmas celebrations for everyone across the country and Scotland’s politicians are no exception.