That's all from Holyrood Live on Tuesday 4 December 2018.
On a day when most eyes were on Westminster, Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham and Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing raised concerns about the impact of Brexit on the environment.
Later during a debate on hypothyroidism, Labour MSP Elaine Smith revealed she had had an underactive thyroid and was originally given T4, but then was prescribed T3 which led to her coming "back from the dead".
The Labour MSP told the chamber thyroid patients having to buy T3 from abroad, rather than "lying down and dying", was not acceptable.
The Scottish government must instruct health boards that they cannot withhold T3, or take patients off this drug, as that would be a "death sentence", she said.