The Animal and Wildlife Bill was passed at stage one on Thursday.
Spare a thought for politicians dealing with the enormity of the coronavirus crisis.
Boris Johnson called the Covid-19 outbreak 'the worst public health crisis for a generation'.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she is 'minded' to ban mass gatherings as of next week.
The First Minister has said it's time to move to delaying the virus and said there are question marks over large scale events.
MSPs will debate whether to agree to the general principles of a new Bill increasing the maximum sentences for serious wildlife crime.
The two vessels were to be built by Ferguson Marine and operated by CalMac - coming into use in 2018.
Measures include making it easier and quicker to access benefits, relief for businesses and more cash for the NHS.
Wightman was ruled not to have defamed a wildcat conservation firm which he branded a 'tax haven'.
Health minister Nadine Dorries began developing symptoms shortly after attending Downing Street event.
The central bank said the decision came following the spread of Covid-19.
Holyrood found claims are not made for reasons such as a lack of awareness, stigma and living in rural areas.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his first UK Budget later amid calls for additional support and measures to tackle Covid-19.
SNP's Westminster leader has dismissed some calls from within the SNP for a 'plan B'.
There have been four new Scottish cases since Monday, while a sixth patient with the virus in the UK has died.
UK health minister says fast-tracked visa application plans for medics will apply to Scotland.
The former SNP minister was found to have sent inappropriate texts to a Holyrood staffer.
Experts have warned Boris Johnson after he repeatedly suggested a crossing over the Irish Sea.
Ian Blackford called on the Government to recognise that "now is the time" to end austerity.
The move comes after the number of cases of Covid-19 rose to 18 in Scotland as of Sunday.