That's all from BBC Scotland's Holyrood Live coverage of the Scottish Parliament in 2019.
MSPs pass the Referendums (Scotland) Bill, with 68 votes to 54. Two MSPs abstained.
The bill, also known as the 'indyref2 framework bill', would set the rules for a future independence referendum.
However, ministers have accepted that further legislation would need to be passed before a vote could be held.
Constitution Secretary Mike Russell's compromise amendment which would allow the 2014 independence referendum question to be used again without further testing remains intact, despite opposition parties trying to oust it.
Here's to a peaceful and happy festive period, enjoy the Christmas recess.