Holyrood is responsible for funding culture and the arts, mainly through the agency Creative Scotland.
Science policy is reserved to Westminster, except where it relates directly to educational establishments - oversight of schools and universities is devolved. The Scottish government sets policy on sports administration independently of Westminster, for instance overseeing the successful bid to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Here, BBC news online Scotland outlines the tourism and culture policies of the SNP, Scottish Labour, the Scottish Conservatives, the Scottish Liberal Democrats and the Scottish Greens outline.
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