The deadline for councils to decide whether to accept the Scottish government's offer to help fund them is reached.
Scotland's not proven verdict is on "borrowed time" and may not serve any useful purpose, Holyrood's justice committee concludes.
The Scottish government says it will consider bringing forward its own legislation on an "opt-out" system for organ donation in Scotland.
A look at the funding offer being made to Scottish councils
A very unromantic deadline looms for fiscal framework talks
F is for framework. Fiscal framework. But what is it and why does it matter?
John Curtice looks at the race to be Holyrood runner-up
Arguments over Scottish income tax rates have a familiar ring to them
What are six party leaders saying about Britain's future in Europe?
According to David Mundell, the gap between the UK and Scottish governments on the subject of future spending amounts to a "molehill" - by comparison, that is, with the tax powers on offer.
How neighbours ended up as enemies in battle
What's happened on the BBC in your lifetime?