Holyrood Morning Roundup: Friday 11 May, 2012

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

Reasons to be thankful as helicopter crew and rescuers pull off textbook mid-ocean operation(Press and Journal)

U-turn on fighter jet could give Moray base surprise boost(Scotsman)

Flights suspended after North Sea helicopter ditches(BBC Scotland)

D-Day for referendum consultation(BBC Scotland)

One in seven mothers of fat children realise their offspring are overweight(Daily Telegraph)

David Cameron taking ‘personal interest’ in Scottish regiment names(Daily Telegraph)

Scottish independence: SNP accused of skewing referendum via pop-up(Scotsman)

Westminster cuts behind decision to reform police and fire services in Scotland, says Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill (Daily Record)

Local council elections 2012: Recount needed in Glasgow ward after officials realise ballot box was missed(Daily Record)

Charles Windsor: prince, heir to the throne … weather forecaster (Guardian)

For a full roundup of Scottish Parliamentary business, check out the official Business Bulletin

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Neil joined Holyrood as Environment Correspondent in 2012, covering issues including climate change, the rise in renewable energy and protecting Scotland's wildlife and natural environment. In 2013 he was named Best Journalist in the Scottish Green Energy...

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