A large majority of Tele readers believe parents should be allowed to smack their children, as plans to outlaw the punishment look set to be passed by the Scottish Government.
An apology must be issued to patients who are not treated within the Scottish Government’s guaranteed waiting time target, according to an MSP.
The Scottish Parliament will receive powers returned to the UK from the EU after Brexit, according to Michael Gove.
The use of smacking to discipline children attracts a lot of attention - and opinion often seems to be split on the matter.
A former first minister has called for the creation of a second chamber at Holyrood as an “official check” on the Scottish Parliament.
A report evaluating progress made on the implementation of the new contract for GPs will be published by the autumn, MSPs have been told.
The Scottish Government has delayed the allocation of VAT from Westminster over “fundamental and quite profound concerns” about how it would be affected by Brexit.
The views of NHS staff are being sought as part of a consultation on plans to address how whistle-blowers are treated.
The best way for Scottish ministers to deal with EU nations in the wake of Brexit will be considered at Holyrood.
The deployment of armed police officers to more than 5,000 routine incidents last year has been defended by the Minister of Community Safety.
Holyrood must look to recapture the radical spirit of devolution 20 years ago, according to Richard Leonard.
Ruth Davidson has said her return to politics after maternity leave will “fire the starting gun” for the 2021 Holyrood elections.
It is not possible to tell if documents relating to misconduct allegations against former first minister Alex Salmond have already been deleted from the Scottish Government’s computer system, Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans has revealed.
Holyrood’s dog of the year title has been won by Sadie and Jeremy Balfour MSP.
Over the last 10 months the Evening Telegraph has campaigned for automatic jail terms for those who prey on children.
In two decades of devolution, the Scottish Parliament has played host to its fair share of memorable moments.
Holyrood still has “great potential” after two decades of devolution – but it has been unfulfilled in recent years under the SNP, the Scottish Secretary has said.
An MSP has spoken of his concerns when he became the youngest ever member of the Scottish parliament as Holyrood celebrates 20 years of devolution.
Nicola Sturgeon will push ahead with plans for a second Scottish independence referendum within the next two years if the UK quits the European Union.
Scots should be given the opportunity to vote again on independence before the next Holyrood elections in 2021, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.