That's all from Holyrood Live on Wednesday 21 November 2018 on a day dominated by Brexit and kelp.
A review of the regulations around the harvesting of kelp in Scottish waters was announced by the government.
Concerns had been raised about a firm's application to collect 30,000 tonnes of the seaweed off the Scottish coast.
Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham told MSPs that the current regulations were "robust", but that "continuous improvement" was needed.
The parliament agreed new restrictions on certain kinds of seaweed harvesting in some waters around Scotland.
Meanwhile the Constitutional Relations Secretary Mike Russell alienated the Tories as he updated Holyrood on Brexit following the latest JMC meeting in London.