Holyrood morning roundup: Monday 16 April, 2012

by Apr 16, 2012 No Comments

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

Scandal surrounding MSP Bill Walker prompts calls for law giving voters power to boot out shamed politicians (Daily Record)

Rape allegation denied by MSP (STV News)

Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi ‘on his last breath’, say family (Daily Record)

Scottish independence: SNP ready to vote on ditching Nato policy (Scotsman)

Fraud squad detectives to probe Scots health board accused of cover-up over 20 patient deaths (Daily Record)

Bank of Scotland reports ‘marked’ rise in Scottish job vacancies (BBC Scotland)

Scots house price hopes raised for thousands of workers (Herald)

Trump steps up opposition (Press & Journal)

Record numbers of organ donors (STV News)

Glasgow University leads biggest study into Parkinson’s disease (BBC Scotland)

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

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