That's all from Holyrood Live on Thursday 19 September 2019.
Education Secretary John Swinney confirmed the controversial plan to appoint a named person to safeguard the welfare of every child in the country is to be scrapped.
The scheme, which was branded a "snooper's charter" by opponents, was due to be introduced three years ago.
But it was delayed when the Supreme Court ruled that part of the plan breached Human Rights laws.
Scottish Conservative education spokesperson Liz Smith called for an apology over "one of the most deeply unpopular and illiberal policies of modern times".
Her counterpart in Scottish Labour, Iain Gray, called the announcement the "mother and father of humiliating U-turns".