That's all from Holyrood Live on Thursday 12 September 2019.
Nicola Sturgeon told MSPs during FMQs she "deeply regrets" that Edinburgh's new children's hospital will not open for at least another year.
The first minister was speaking at Holyrood as opposition parties called for "heads to roll" over the delay.
The hospital was supposed to open in 2017 - but will now not be ready until next autumn at the earliest.
Jackson Carlaw, the Scottish Conservative interim leader, said the project was a "shambles" and accused the government of "burying its head in the sand".
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard called for a public inquiry into what has gone wrong with the construction project, which has been hit by a series of delays and cost increases over the years.