That's all from Holyrood Live's coverage of the Scottish Parliament on the day MSPs came together to express their condolences to the victims of the Manchester suicide attack.
Holyrood paid its respects and expressed condolences to the victims of the Manchester suicide bomb attack.
The presiding officer, first minister and opposition party leaders all gave emotional speeches highlighting their sorrow at the tragedy.
MSPs then observed a minute's silence in the chamber.
At least four Scots were treated in hospital after the Manchester suicide bomb attack.
The attack in the foyer of the Manchester Arena at the end of a concert by singer Ariana Grande killed 22 people and injured a further 59.
Nicola Sturgeon said four people had "presented at hospitals in Scotland", two of whom have since been discharged.
Police are also in contact with the family of two girls missing from Barra.
Laura MacIntyre, 15, and Eilidh MacLeod, 14, are known to have attended the concert but have not been seen since the attack.