That's all from Holyrood Live on 14 December, better known as draft budget day.
Today the Scottish government announced income tax changes that will see higher earners pay more than elsewhere in the UK - and lower earners pay less.
The country's finance secretary, Derek Mackay, announced a new tax band of 21p for those earning more than £24,000.
The higher rate of tax will be increased from 40p to 41p and the top rate from 45p to 46p.
But a starter rate of 19p in the pound will also be introduced, Mr Mackay confirmed in his draft budget.
Mr Mackay said the move will mean no one earning less than £33,000 in Scotland will pay more tax.
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