Holyrood morning roundup: Monday 12 March, 2012

by Mar 12, 2012 No Comments

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

“Intellectually lazy” SNP leadership lacks independence policy (Holyrood)

Health secretary Nicola Sturgeon: Only independence can fully protect NHS in Scotland (Daily Record)

Insulting to say Scottish people would be confused by multi-option referendum, says Wright (Holyrood)

Scotland’s economy: Growth eases fears of double-dip recession
(Scotsman)

Labour MSP calls for review of energy policy (Holyrood)

Low Moss, Scotland’s newest prison, gets first prisoners (BBC Scotland)

Thousands launch civil action against Goodwin (Herald)

Sign language ‘turned into text’ by Aberdeen scientists (BBC Scotland)

35 percent of 13 year olds binge drink, study reveals (STV News)

Lawyer Paul McBride’s funeral to take place (BBC Scotland)

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

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