Holyrood morning roundup: Tuesday 24 April, 2012

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

Rangers in crisis: SFA hit Ibrox club with year-long transfer ban as fears grow over buyout bids (Daily Record)

Golf cash payback ‘30 years away’ (Press & Journal)

Lamont warns trade unionists of SNP ‘deception’ (Herald)

BAA sells Edinburgh airport for £800m (Guardian)

Scottish independence: Expert Ron Gould rejects two-question referendum (BBC Scotland)

Scottish council elections: Holyrood favours east coast, insists west (Scotland)

North Sea oil and gas regulation risks raised (BBC Scotland)

Renewables sector ‘now worth £12.5bn’ (Press & Journal)

HMS Astute submarine grounding was caused be navigation and planning errors (Daily Telegraph)

Billy Connolly more popular than the Queen in Scotland, according to poll on national identity (Daily Record)

Today’s Scottish Parliament highlights:

- 10.00: The Welfare Reform Committee will hear from a panel of witnesses from a range of disability charities, including Capability Scotland, the RNIB, and the Scottish Association for Mental Health

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

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