The Scottish Government ran demonstrations of its controversial P1 tests for MSPs in a last ditch bid to avoid a Holyrood defeat.
A new five-year plan for promoting Gaelic has been unveiled by the Scottish Parliament.
The Scottish Government has been accused of kicking proposed legislation to make Scotland a good food nation “into the long grass”.
Almost 25,000 referrals for mental health treatment for young people have been rejected since Nicola Sturgeon became First Minister in 2014, Labour has said.
Hundreds of children across Scotland have been forced to hand back musical instruments because of unaffordable tuition fees, MSPs have been told.
Scotland’s independent economic forecaster has faced a “significant challenge” obtaining essential data from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), it has emerged.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has accused the Government of failing to ensure proper safeguarding on a school network app.
Nicola Sturgeon has promised an extra £7 billion to fund major building projects such as hospitals and schools.
Scottish ministers have been urged to put “pedal to the metal” to deliver on economic plans for the coming year.
Councils have warned John Swinney his education reforms threaten the campaign against child poverty.