Holyrood morning roundup: Monday 23 April, 2012

by Apr 23, 2012 No Comments

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

Nick Clegg says decision on Lords reform should not be ‘subcontracted’ to the British people (Daily Telegraph)

Long-term youth unemployment 12 times higher than four years ago (STV News)

Law change may revive abandoned rape cases (Herald)

Trump jets in to crisis warning over turbines (Press & Journal)

Tide turns in favour of wave power instead of wind farms (Scotsman)

Scottish salmon exports leap to record levels (BBC Scotland)

Leith port regeneration projects ditched as focus switches to renewables (Scotsman)

SNP will ‘suffer in council elections for ferry stance’ (Herald)

Fort William drug scare pair remain in hospital (BBC Scotland)

Rangers administrators set to announce preferred bidder for Ibrox club (STV News)

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

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