That's all from Holyrood Live on Wednesday 5 September 2018. Education Secretary John Swinney insisted the government is "committed" to assessments for P1 pupils despite fresh opposition calls to scrap them. The tests were introduced a year ago in a bid to collect more data on pupils to help inform teachers about progress. All of Holyrood's opposition parties oppose tests for the youngest pupils, and want to put this to a vote. But Mr Swinney said the tests were "vital" in making sure issues pupils might have were addressed "pronto". Join us here at 9.30am tomorrow morning when the Scottish secretary will be giving evidence on Brexit. Again. This time on the EU Withdrawal Act.