That's all from Holyrood Live on Wednesday 6 June 2018.
Thousands of gay and bisexual men are to be formally pardoned after a new law was passed unanimously by the Scottish Parliament.
Consenting sexual activity between men over the age of 21 was only decriminalised in Scotland in 1981.
It was a further 20 years before the age of consent for gay men was lowered to 16.
The new law will pardon men convicted of having consensual sex with other men before it was decriminalised.
It will also enable men to apply to have convictions for same-sex sexual activity that is now legal removed from central criminal conviction records - with the Scottish government saying it expects about 25 men to do so over the next five years.
Join us here tomorrow when the Public Petitions Committee takes evidence from ME campaigner Emma Shorter who is calling for a review of the treatment of the condition.