A young boy who helped save his mother’s life after she collapsed unconscious is calling for first aid to be taught in all state primary schools.
A preview of a special light and sound projection to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice has taken place at the Scottish Parliament.
Holyrood’s Presiding Officer has pledged that young people will continue to have a “strong voice” in the Scottish Parliament.
Scottish Conservative MSP Annie Wells has been suspended from Holyrood.
An MSP was sent out of Holyrood’s chamber for wearing a rainbow tie in support of LGBTI rights.
The roll-out of Universal Credit will mean a “significant number” of people will receive less financial support, a senior official with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has said.
MSPs are set to vote to suspend Tory Annie Wells from Holyrood.
Police Scotland bosses have been accused of having “inappropriately recorded” allegations made against officers.
Police Scotland bosses have been accused of having “inappropriately recorded” allegations made by the public, MSPs were told, including a rape claim that was recorded as an “incivility”.
An allegation of rape against a police officer was “inappropriately recorded” as an “incivility” instead of a crime, MSPs were told.