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A record £52.7 million was spent by film and television producers in Scotland in 2015, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop has revealed.
An MP moved colleagues to tears after revealing she was raped at 14, telling the Commons: "I'm not a victim, I'm a survivor."
Holyrood ministers are to be asked for their view on a call to make failing to recycle a crime.
Ruth Davidson has threatened to withdraw her party's support for the government's Curriculum for Excellence reforms after Scotland dropped down international education rankings for core school subjects.
Kezia Dugdale will ask Labour members to back a new Act of Union at her party's conference in Perth next year.
The battle for Brexit will pit Theresa May's desire for a "red, white and blue" divorce from the European Union against the "tartan Remain" campaign, the SNP has claimed.
Labour has faced an onslaught from all sides after most of its MPs backed Theresa May's plans to trigger the process for quitting the European Union by the end of March on condition the PM reveals her strategy.
Ross Thomson, Scottish Conservative MSP for the North East Region, said: "We should not shirk from the fact that these Pisa figures are unacceptable. Having been in government for nearly a decade, the SNP must take responsibility for this collapse in performance.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has pledged to set out the UK Government's "strategic plans" before triggering the formal EU departure talks.
Scottish Liberal Democrat MSP Tavish Scott: "Could you furnish the committee - I don't expect today, but in writing - with a specific list of all the organisations and individuals who said that a central board was the right solution?"
Keith Brown has urged the UK Government to commit to keeping military bases in Scotland amid swingeing cuts to the defence estate.
Holyrood's approval would be required if the UK Parliament tried to change its powers in the way Brexit will, the Supreme Court has heard.
A north-east MSP who "embodied politics at its best" has passed away aged 55.
Scottish Brexit minister Mike Russell has warned the continuing presence of EU nationals will be crucial to sustaining population levels and the economy north of the border.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell visited Mr Johnston last week while on a trip to the north-east, and said last night he was pleased he had managed to spend time reminiscing with him.
The Scottish Government minister behind the plan to centralise the Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) board has "refused to name anyone" that supports the move.
Alex Salmond is in Oslo speaking about Norway's present and future.
The First Minister has paid tribute to Conservative MSP Alex Johnstone.
MP Luciana Berger called for more victims to stand up to online bullies after a serial troll was found guilty of harassing her in a string of anti-Jewish rants.
The Transport Secretary has been accused of putting politics ahead of passengers after a leaked letter showed he opposed the devolution of suburban rail services in the London area to keep the network "out of the clutches" of a Labour mayor.
Senior Conservative Brexiteers have urged business to draw up a list of Brussels regulations to be repealed or reformed when the UK quits the EU.
Ken Clarke has led Tory calls for the Government to give MPs a vote on its negotiating strategy before triggering formal Brexit talks.
Former Scottish Conservative politician Allan Stewart has died at the age of 74.
Maintaining freedom of movement is "most important" to Scotland as it bids to stay part of Europe's single market, MPs have been told.
A north-east MSP has died after a short illness.
The UK's highest court has been told that a motion in Parliament would not have any effect on the legal issue it is having to decide over the Government's Brexit strategy.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated malicious communications over threats made to the businesswoman behind the Brexit legal challenge.
The Scottish Government has appointed an independent adviser to spearhead efforts to tackle racism.
Buying a care home and adding "some modest security measures" could be a "better option" than housing elderly offenders in Scotland's jails, former justice secretary Kenny MacAskill has said.
Scottish Labour Leader Kezia Dugdale will today call for a constitutional convention to "re-establish the UK for a new age".
A north-east MP will tomorrow launch legislation aimed at preventing violence against women.
A leading human rights lawyer is backing a campaign for inclusive education in a bid to stamp out discrimination in Scotland's schools.