The Scottish Parliament should have a role in adapting laws and regulations in areas currently governed by the EU after Brexit, a committee convenor has said.
The number of EU citizens registered to vote in Scottish Parliament and local government elections is at an all time high, official statistics have revealed.
Patrick Harvie has compared new security entrance requirements at Holyrood to “something out of a dystopian nightmare”.
Politicians from all parties at Holyrood have backed a charity campaign to help some of the world’s poorest people.
A new policy on sexual harassment has come into force at the Scottish Parliament.
Police officers do not all know about dog control legislation introduced by Holyrood almost a decade ago, MSPs have been told.
Cutting the speed limit to 20mph in residential streets would be the cheapest way to save lives, the MSP behind the plan has argued.
A law must be introduced to clamp down on unqualified people calling themselves electricians, according to an MSP.
Hundreds of schoolchildren and students have gathered across the country to demand action over climate change.
Access to Scottish waters must not be “used as a bargaining chip in Brexit negotiations”, the Fisheries Minister has warned.
The majority of Scots do not want another independence referendum for at least five years according to a new survey.
A teenager and two 10-year-old girls are urging the Scottish Government to back the teaching of first aid in primary schools across the country.
Children with additional needs are being prevented from moving to specialist schools by councils because of the cost, MSPs have been told.
Pupils in Edinburgh will be able to take part in climate strikes unpunished.
A change in the law to boost organ donation is a step closer – but a senior politician believes there could be a “scandal” without careful wording.
The responsibility for leading the Scottish Greens at Holyrood will now be shared by two of the party’s MSPs.
The Scottish Government is committed to “substantially reducing” plastic packaging, Nicola Sturgeon said, after being pressed on the “idiotic” and “wasteful” wrapping on products ranging from turnips to toys.
Criminalising parents who smack their children would be “negative, patronising and elitist”, MSPs have been warned.
Opt-out organ donation has been supported by the Scottish Parliament in an attempt to increase the number of potential life-saving donors.
More people in life-threatening conditions are surviving despite the Scottish Ambulance Service failing to meet response-time targets, MSPs have been told.
The Scottish Government is on track to exceed a target to make Aberdeen greener by next year, a senior politician has claimed.
MSPs are to be asked to agree the general principles of a bill which presumes consent for organ donation.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended controversial plans to give local councils the power to introduce a workplace parking levy as part of the Scottish Government’s budget.
Cutting speed limits on residential streets could lead to an increase in road casualties, MSPs have been told.
A Holyrood committee set up to probe how misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond were handled has agreed to put its work on hold until the conclusion of a court case against him.
A special Holyrood committee set up to probe how misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond were handled is to meet for the first time.
A new zero-tolerance limit for drug-driving and the introduction of roadside testing is to be considered by MSPs.
Scottish health boards are owed more than £3.2 million by patients from outwith the European Economic Area who have not paid for treatment over the last five years, a Holyrood committee has found.
Workers face being “thumped” by plans to allow councils across Scotland to introduce a tax if they park their car at their place of employment, the Tories have claimed.
Sufferers of an “insidious” incurable lung disease have called on the Scottish Government to do more to raise awareness of the condition.