A Holyrood committee has warned it will not be able to recommend parliamentary approval for key named person legislation until ministers provide details of crucial guidance for professionals.
Campaigners against the Scottish Government's controversial named person scheme could bring a second legal challenge to the legislation.
The decision to allow minimum unit pricing (MUP) for alcohol in Scotland has been bailed a "massive victory" for health and democracy.
Here is a timeline of events leading up to Wednesday's ruling at the Supreme Court on the Scottish Government's plans to introduce minimum pricing for alcohol in Scotland:
Scotland will become the first country in the world to introduce minimum unit pricing for alcohol.
The UK’s highest court is to rule on a challenge over plans to use minimum pricing for alcohol to improve public health in Scotland.
Holyrood should have a final vote on a code of practice that will set out how proposed changes to the controversial named person policy will work, MSPs have said.
A ruling in a long-running legal battle could cost millions of pounds in future developer contributions, it was claimed today.
Top poker player Phil Ivey has lost a Supreme Court challenge over his £7.7 million winnings from a London casino.
Guidance for professionals involved in the Scottish Government's named person scheme must be straight-forward and accessible, a Holyrood committee has been told.
A father has lost a landmark legal battle at the UK’s highest court over taking his daughter to Disney World during school term-time.
The Government has lost its historic battle in the Supreme Court over Brexit.
UNITED States Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is staging the latest round of a legal fight against an offshore wind farm project near his North-east golf resort.