Holyrood Morning Roundup. Monday 14 May, 2012

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Good morning. Here are the top 10 stories from around Scotland today.

1. Minimum alcohol price to be set in Scotland (BBC Scotland)
2. Megrahi survival is insult to families, says Cameron (Herald)
3. Fuel errors cost Scottish police thousands (BBC Scotland)
4. Sir Tom: Stop the scare stories over referendum (Herald)
5. Scottish independence: Abolishing Holyrood should be option – Tam Dalyell (Scotsman)
6. Rangers in crisis: New owner Charles Green admits he’s mad to buy Ibrox club for a quid (Daily Record)
7. SNP’s minimum pricing plans of 50p ‘hands big stores £155m’ (Scotsman)
8. 500,000 to lose disability benefit (Daily Telegraph)
9. Nurses among 60,000 at risk of cuts (Scotsman)
10.Relief for fans as Green vows to stay debt-free (Herald)

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


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Neil is Holyrood's Environment Correspondent, joining in 2012 after working for newspapers in Corby, Portsmouth and Aberdeen. He was born in Reading but has lived in Scotland since 2007. His first attempt at "being green" was coming up with the idea of an edible crisp packet while at primary school. It didn't catch...

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