9 October 2014
Never, goes the old theatre maxim, work with children or animals. Tricia Marwick, Holyrood's Presiding Officer, deals with childish behaviour on a daily basis. Today she coped admirably with an animal intervention.
Devolving further tax powers to Scotland will be "more complex than many might anticipate", Scotland's accountancy body says.
The number of children in Scotland living in poverty has risen over the last year but remains lower than in many parts of the UK, a report says.
Where now for those who voted for Scots independence?
The life and times of Scotland's next first minister
Who will pay more tax in the budget?
What new responsibilities could Holyrood get?
A team to look at more powers for Scotland is created
Join the audience for Radio Scotland's Big Debate each Friday
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