Holyrood morning roundup: Friday 2 December, 2011

by Dec 02, 2011 No Comments

Good morning – here are the top 10 stories in Scotland this morning:

Just like England: public sector faces wage rises capped at 1% (Scotsman)

New minister for ‘Neets’ to be appointed at Holyrood (Scotsman)

Immigration cuts: Londoners and Scots ‘more opposed’ (BBC Scotland)

Kirk joins fight against homosexual marriages (Scotsman)

Charity announces sectarianism plan (STV News)

At-risk Edinburgh barracks could be saved, says general (Scotsman)

Landslide forces closure of north road (Press & Journal)

Scotch whisky exports to Asia rising so fast that supplies may run short (Guardian)

Portrait of Scotland: Gallery reopens after £18m revamp (Herald)

SFA subject Whyte to ‘fit and proper person’ test (Herald)

For a full breakdown of Scottish Parliament business, check out today’s official Business Bulletin

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