Scotland's not proven verdict could be scrapped in the next parliament with Conservatives and Greens pledging to get rid of it.
STV's election bubble has been out and about as campaigning gets underway.
The High Court ruled it a 'standard process’ when it said the change could not be made in time for the poll.
Some campaigning will be allowed to restart in line with public health guidelines.
Pandemic means election will look very different to usual this May.
John MacKay is joined by experts to debate the week's top stories in the Scotland Tonight Panel.
Ewan Petrie is joined by columnist Shona Craven, former Labour adviser Catherine MacLeod and STV’s political editor Colin Mackay to debate the week's big stories.
Roza Salih, a former asylum seeker who helped run a campaign to save a friend from deportation, is hoping to be an MSP.
UK Labour leader Keir Starmer insisted he will work closely with the Scottish leader ahead of the 2021 election.
Would a guaranteed basic income help improve people's living standards or create a system of institutionalised poverty?
Could an exodus of familiar faces lead to a change in direction for Scottish politics?
The Labour leader was speaking on his first trip to Scotland since taking over from Jeremy Corbyn.
Senior Labour MP Rachel Reeves pointed to 'pretty dire' poll ratings for Scottish Labour.
Marco Biagi plans to go up against former SNP deputy leader Angus Robertson for the key Holyrood seat.
Carlaw steps down less than a year before the next Holyrood election.
Polling expert Professor John Curtice said 'never before' had public support for the union 'looked so weak'.
The Highlands politician, who has served as a councillor, MP and MSP, will step down aged 65.