That's all from Holyrood Live today, Wednesday 29 May 2019.
Legislation which could pave the way for a new Scottish independence referendum has been tabled at Holyrood.
MSPs clashed over the plans when Constitutional Relations Secretary Michael Russell gave his statement at Holyrood this afternoon.
He outlined his hope that the bill would pass by the end of 2019, and set out plans for a Citizens' Assembly to discuss Scotland's future over the coming months.
He also offered cross-party talks about the constitution "with no preconditions", starting in June.
But Scottish Conservative constitution spokesman Adam Tomkins said the statement was about "Nicola Sturgeon's pet obsession with independence", saying that "she must think our heads button up the back".
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard said it was his party which had delivered devolution, and said the SNP's "obsession with the creation of a separate Scottish state is a distraction from the real issues that this parliament was brought into existence to tackle".