That's all from Holyrood Live on Thursday 28 March 2019.
The first minister faced calls to top up child benefits by £5 and bring forward the date for an income supplement.
New government figures published today indicated the number of people living in relative poverty is rising.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard once again called for the government to back the Give Me Five cmapaign during first minister's questions.
And Scottish Green co-leader Alison Johnstone urges the first minister to ensure the planned income supplement was brought in sooner than the current plan of 2022.
Ms Sturgeon insisted poverty was on the rise due to UK government austerity and confirmed an assessment of the supplement would be published in June.