Scottish Parliament



MSPs to investigate impact of coronavirus on rural economy and transport services

The impact of the coronavirus outbreak on Scotland’s transport services and the rural economy is to be investigated by MSPs.

Published 22 May 2020

MSPs call for significant changes to debt solution

The Scottish Parliament's Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee has today published a report on protected trust deeds citing that changes are needed to make the debt solution more effective in supporting people who are in debt.

Published 21 May 2020

Scottish Parliament announces new consumer organisation

Legislation to establish a new consumer organisation has been unanimously passed by the Scottish Parliament.

Published 7 May 2020

Scottish Parliament to nominate Stephen Boyle for new Auditor General for Scotland

On Tuesday, the Scottish Parliament will be invited to nominate Stephen Boyle to Her Majesty the Queen for appointment as the new Auditor General for Scotland.

Published 9 March 2020

Scottish Parliament rejects business rate changes

MSPs have rejected the proposed changes to the Non-Domestic Rates (Scotland) Bill which suggested giving local authorities the power to set business rates.

Published 5 February 2020

SRC & SCC write to Scottish Parliament concerning the Non-Domestic Rates (Scotland) Bill

The Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) and the Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) have both written to MSPs expressing their views on the Non-Domestic Rates (Scotland) Bill.

Published 15 January 2020

Holyrood committee launches inquiry into Scotland and UK internal market post-Brexit

Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee has launched a new inquiry into how the UK internal market might operate post-Brexit.

Published 9 January 2020

Audit Scotland appoints Professor Alan Alexander as chair

Professor Alan Alexander has been appointed as the new chair of Audit Scotland.

Published 9 December 2019

Scottish parliament seeks views as part of its inquiry into Protected Trust Deeds

The Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee is seeking views as part of its inquiry into Protected Trust Deeds (PTDs).

Published 26 November 2019

Wylie & Bisset welcomes debt arrangement scheme reforms

Chartered Accountancy firm Wylie & Bisset has welcomed the Debt Arrangement Scheme reforms, which it says will improve accessibility and streamline bureaucracy.

Published 30 September 2019

Blog: Scottish National Investment Bank progress

Ahead of the stage one debate on the establishment of the Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB) in the Scottish Parliament this afternoon, economy secretary Derek Mackay has written about what the bank will mean for the future of the Scottish economy.

Published 26 September 2019

Blog: 'New broom' opens first major economic debate of new Scottish Parliament

By Shirley McIntosh, tax partner at RSM.

Published 2 June 2016