Holyrood 510 / 19 June 2023
In charge but not in control. How the bad news keeps coming for Humza Yousaf.
5 Editor’s note: Obviously, justice means different things to different people in political La La Land
7 Roundup: Pictures and numbers from the past two weeks
9 Talking Point: The primary school row moving a new-build community
10 In Context: The political fallout over the Internal Market Act
12 Political Spotlight: First the bad news... Humza Yousaf desperately wants to look to the future, but his party cannot escape its past
16 Political Interview: Alister Jack - The Scottish Secretary says he’s trying to defend devolution – not undermine it
22 Rural Economy: Overview - Are urban policymakers best placed to get rural nuance right?
30 Rural Economy: Mairi Gougeon - The Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs, Land Reform and Islands on policy, pals and her political journey
35 Children’s rights: Hearing System - With changes to the unique children’s hearing system coming down the track, is it the right approach?
38 Political Interview: Siobhian Brown - The community safety minister on why she backed Kate Forbes in the SNP leadership race
42 Getting to know... Anum Qaisar MP on the book that caused her fear of spelling as a child
44 Event spotlight: Holyrood Connect’s Digital Transformation 2023
46 Comment: Andy Wightman offers a solution to two bills stuck in limbo after a legal ruling
47 Politicians’ pets: Lisa Cameron introduces her to rescue dog, Rossi
48 Diary: Who knew the Scottish Tories were to the left of Lorna Slater?
49 Political spin: Scottish Tory chairman Craig Hoy shares his top music picks, from Lulu to Mika
50 Last Word: Sketch - Lorna Slater isn’t sure, but it’s definitely the UK Government’s fault