The Scottish Conservatives have called for Holyrood to return to business as the country moves into the first phase of easing lockdown.
Parliamentary proceedings are back under way but with the number of MSPs in the chamber tightly managed, while some have appeared via video call and committees have moved online.
Tory leader Jackson Carlaw is now seeking a resumption of face-to-face business, while social distancing is observed, adding that there is “still a place” for digital contributions.
“It’s just not possible to fully hold the government to account when Holyrood is only meeting once a week," said Mr Carlaw.
“It’s perfectly possible for other key processes to return, like opposition debates and committee sessions. We’re not saying Holyrood needs to be jam-packed full of MSPs again."