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Two decades of winners and losers in Scotland's parliament

By Assa Samaké-Roman

In 20 years of existence, the Scottish Parliament has done a lot: a major land reform, more rights for the LGBT+ community, free prescriptions, and free university tuition.

But has it gone far enough?

As Scotland celebrates the 20th anniversary of this unique institution, this is a time for reflection on how much the nation has changed, and what challenges lie ahead.

Assa Samaké-Roman reports from Edinburgh.

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