That's it from Holyrood Live this Tuesday 20 March 2018.
MSPs unanimously voted to pass the Forestry and Land Management (Scotland) Bill, which will complete the full devolution of powers around forestry.
The passage was not without extensive debate as opposition MSPs united to ensure Forestry Commission Scotland will not be made into a government department.
Ministers must now bring forward plans to set up an executive agency or agencies to manage forest land, though the Scottish government has warned this may take some time as this option had not been previously considered.
Opposition MSPs also united to remove the power for ministers to use compulsory purchasing powers for sustainable development purposes.