Holyrood morning roundup: Friday 20 April, 2012

by Apr 20, 2012 No Comments

Good morning – here are today’s top 10 stories in Scotland:

David Cameron tells Scotland to copy English reform (Scotsman)

SNP challenged on donors (Herald)

Alex Salmond responds to Donald Trump wind farm attacks (BBC Scotland)

Alex Salmond ‘suppressed’ £170 million Doosan decision (Daily Telegraph)

Coalition Budget policies continue to rankle voters (Herald)

Court move by drug case Scot James Toner to end ‘legal limbo’ in Goa (BBC Scotland)

Hospital threatens legal action against firm who cut off power ‘risking lives’ during surgery (STV News)

New talks to avert fuel tanker drivers’ strike (Press & Journal)

Scottish business distress levels improve on 2011 (BBC Scotland)

Alex Salmond promises ‘can-do councils’ if SNP wins local elections (STV News)

For a full roundup of Scottish parliamentary business, check out today’s official Business Bulletin

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