That's all from Holyrood Live on Tuesday 4 June 2019.
Inside the parliament the day was dominated by prison sentences, focusing in the Justice Committee on the presumption against sentences of 12 months and under.
Then the Tories led a debate in the afternoon calling for whole life custody sentences, although there motion was amended to highlight judges can hand down sentences that go beyond the expected life of the offender.
However, somewhat unusually, the story of the day was perhaps outside Holyrood - or at least attached to it!
A group of environmental activists chained themselves to the Scottish Parliament to urge "radical" action over climate change.
The Extinction Rebellion group sent keys to each of Holyrood's parties in a bid to force them to discuss policy.
They were successful, with MSPs including Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham coming out to speak to them - and unchain them.
At the same time there was a protest calling for the world to take notice and "stop the genocide" in Sudan.