A Holyrood committee has called for changes to new social security legislation to allow greater scrutiny by MSPs.
Progress to tackle the discrimination experienced by the gypsy traveller community in Scotland has stagnated, MSPs have heard.
The Scottish Government's controversial named person policy is facing further delays following a vote by a Holyrood committee.
Justice Secretary Michael Matheson has dismissed calls for a new commission to examine the set-up of Police Scotland, insisting such a move would only create more "uncertainty".
NHS whistleblowers who are not satisfied with internal investigations will soon have support from an independent whistleblowing officer.
Justice Secretary Michael Matheson has insisted the public can have confidence in Police Scotland - despite the force being hit by the loss of some of its most senior officers.
Rail bosses still aim to cut journey times on the flagship Edinburgh to Glasgow service to 42 minutes by the end of next year, despite previous delays and "issues" with the new electric trains.
Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale's decision to appear on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! is utterly ludicrous, a fellow MSP has said.
Four calls were made to the Scottish Parliament’s new sex harassment hotline in the three days since it was established.
A confidential phone line at Holyrood for victims of sexual harassment received four calls in its first three days.
Highland MSPs were at the centre of a security alert in the Scottish Parliament yesterday after one was sent a “suspicious package” in the post.
Legislation that will make Scotland the only part of the UK with statutory targets to cut child poverty is expected to be passed at Holyrood.
Animal welfare organisations have joined forces to call for a ban on the sale of electric shock training collars for dogs in Scotland.
Children’s Minister Mark McDonald quit the Scottish Government after a woman accused him of sending “inappropriate” messages, it is understood.
A parliamentary motion opposing a controversial £8million golf development in Sutherland has been lodged by MSP John Finnie, who claims it would be “catastrophic” for the local environment.
A deal to avert a constitutional crisis within the UK as the country exits the European Union (EU) is "certainly achievable", a former senior Whitehall civil servant has told MSPs.
Holyrood needs to lead the way in tackling sexual harassment, the Scottish Parliament's Presiding Officer has said.
A north-east MSP has spoken out about the “disgusting and lewd” harassment she was subjected to by a boss at a company where she worked.
An anonymised survey will be carried out to determine the extent of any sexual harassment problem at Holyrood as it was confirmed the Scottish Parliament has no current cases.
A sexual harassment phone-line is to be set-up at Holyrood as parliamentary authorities pledged to take action over “disturbing and deeply concerning” reports.
A senior BBC figure has told MSPs she is "confident" the broadcaster's new Scottish channel will be on air by the end of next year.
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Almost half of pupils responding to a Holyrood survey said they have been subject to or witnessed offensive behaviour at secondary school.
Conservative former chancellor Ken Clarke has said he believes there is now no way to prevent the UK leaving the EU.
Gary Tank Commander star Greg McHugh has revealed how he turned to a therapist after suffering from anxiety.
A Conservative MSP hired his own IT firm to design his website and claimed the costs back on parliamentary expenses.
Scotland's new registrar of lobbyists will come into force next spring, it has been announced.
Scottish Government plans to set up a publicly-owned energy firm to provide lower cost power have been welcomed by regulators.
A Holyrood committee has called for an end to "hefty" payouts to public sector leaders who leave after causing problems in their organisation.
Theresa May could struggle to negotiate a Brexit deal that will win the backing of the House Commons - which could see the country forced into a general election at the end of next year, the author of Article 50 has warned.
Legislation to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses will be debated by MSPs at Holyrood on Thursday.
The gender pay gap at the Scottish Parliament stands at just over 11%, according to figures released today.