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Minister Kate Forbes revealed a raft of measures 'to accelerate the transition to a net-zero economy'.
Mackay has quit after allegedly sending hundreds of messages to a 16-year-old boy.
Labour leadership contender Lisa Nandy has suggested the decision on whether to hold a second independence...
After 11pm, Britain will immediately enter a transition arrangement with the EU, keeping it aligned with Brussels.
The First Minister said a ballot could be held without Westminster's consent provided it's ruled as legal.
More than half of Scots would vote for independence - but they don't support a referendum this year.
MSPs voted by 64 to 54 for the principle of a referendum but Boris Johnson refuses to allow one.
Health secretary Jeane Freeman said she was giving NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde 'one final chance'.
The Labour leadership contender said he wanted a new constitutional set-up 'based on federalism'.
Immigration is reserved to Westminster but the Scottish Government is calling for powers to be split.
The First Minister's spokesman said she remains 'committed' to holding a vote this year.
Friends of the Earth Scotland made the call as MSPs prepare to vote on legislation.
The change is aimed at helping children under the age of 18 who have witnessed some of the most serious crimes.
Presiding officer Ken Macintosh said the flag will come down at 11pm on January 31, when the UK leaves the EU.
Derek Mackay will publish his draft spending plans on February 6, prior to the UK Budget on March 11.
Humza Yousaf said the role would oversee how biometric information is used in the criminal justice system and by police.
The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill was passed by 330 votes to 231.
Proceedings were disrupted twice by hecklers in the gallery, who were led away by police.
MSPs voted to reject the UK Bill by votes to 92 votes to 29.