Holyrood morning roundup: Monday 27 February, 2012

by Feb 27, 2012 No Comments

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

Unionist parties meet to plan defence of the United Kingdom (Holyrood)

New group wants more powers for the Scottish Parliament (STV News)

Sun reveals Salmond’s preferred referendum date as 18 October 2014 (Guardian)

‘Postcode lottery’ over childcare in Scotland (BBC Scotland)

SNP group leader: Glasgow council is seen as predatory (Herald)

Donald Trump could give evidence on wind farms before Holyrood committee (STV News)

Trump: I was betrayed by Salmond over wind turbines (Herald)

Committee system “closed down” by SNP, says Lamont (Holyrood)

Finally, Scotrail passengers to get wi-fi on the train (Holyrood)

Labour holding crunch talks to discuss ‘brawl’ MP Eric Joyce’s future (Scotsman)

For a full roundup of Scottish Parliament events, check out the official Business Bulletin

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