That's all from Holyrood Live on Tuesday 29 October 2019.
A "full and frank debate" around the sale of fireworks in Scotland is needed as part of efforts to improve safety and crackdown on antisocial behaviour, it has been suggested.
Community Safety Minister Ash Denham made the comments as she announced a new group will consider restrictions on the use of fireworks on private property. Former chief fire officer Alasdair Hay will lead the review.
It follows a public consultation on the use of fireworks in Scotland, in which 94% of respondents said they would welcome increased control on the sale of fireworks.
Ms Denham said she would consider a ban on the general sale of fireworks in the country if the power to choose to do so was devolved to Scotland.