A proposed 'stirring up hatred' offence will now require proof of intent before it can be prosecuted.
The post-Brexit Internal Market Bill is an 'abomination' and a 'naked power grab', Nicola Sturgeon said.
Davidson's fee for the new show will go to a cancer centre, the Scottish Tories said.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf says he is aware of 'strong views' expressed over the bill.
Airdrie and Shotts MSP says he wants to spend more time with his family and children after 21 years of service.
The Scottish Police Federation has said proposed law could see officers determining what amounts to free speech.
Committee believes UK Environent Bill as it stands would only allow Scottish ministers limited say.
MSPs will vote this week on plans to continue remote working to scrutinise Scotland's Covid-19 response.
The legislation will help unpaid carers, but prohibits companies registered in tax havens from receiving government aid.
Payments to be deducted from offenders’ benefit payments if they are unable to pay with their own funds.
Willie Rennie says he is trying to entice the party's former UK leader to run in next year's Scottish Parliament election.
Changes to Holyrood's standing orders to formalise virtual meetings are to be proposed on Tuesday.
Education secretary will set out the finer details of imminent school closures later.
Holyrood backs the first Budget drawn up by new finance secretary Kate Forbes by 63 votes to 55.
The First Minister told MSPs that officials are still working to delay the spread of Covid-19.
MSPs have voted to back the Scottish Government's tax plans by 58 votes to 50.
Bosses at the ferry operator refuted claims that they 'didn't want' the dual-fuel vessels being built for it.
MSPs backed it by 65 votes to 54 following the £158m SNP-Green Budget deal struck on Wednesday.
New finance secretary Kate Forbes said she was 'pleased to have reach agreement' with the Scottish Greens.
Scottish ministers are 'determined' to press ahead with proposals despite a backlash from within their own party.