That's all from BBC Holyrood Live on Wednesday 4 December 2019.
A bid to ensure any future referendums on the constitution would need to have a second confirmatory vote has been rejected.
Holyrood's constitution committee was considering Stage 2 amendments to the Referendums (Scotland) Bill.
Labour MSP Jackie Baillie brought forward an amendment which would require two votes to take place on constitutional issues, arguing major changes "require consent based on what it would mean".
Constitional Relations Secretary Mike Russell insisted "automatic second referenda are not required", although he did accept there could be case for them "where the information provided to voters was flawed" or "where circumstances have changed".
The amendment was voted down by nine votes to two.