Holyrood morning roundup: Monday 11 June, 2012

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

Swinney: Osborne is main threat to Scottish economy (The Herald)

Treasury to consult on Scottish bond-issuing powers (Holyrood)

Leveson Inquiry: Gordon Brown and George Osborne appear (BBC Scotland)

Scottish independence: Margo MacDonald snubs ‘Yes Scotland’ campaign (The Scotsman)

Drugs probe as teen’s death mars RockNess (Press & Journal)

Olympic torch tours Aberdeenshire on fourth day of Scottish visit (STV)

Falklands remembered by MSPs 30 years on (Holyrood)

End of Glasgow’s Red Road, with 600lb of explosives (The Scotsman)

Call for action to tackle ‘Scottish effect’ on suicide rates (BBC Scotland)

Scandal as 10,000 Scottish apprenticeships go to people already in work (Daily Record)

For full details of all current and upcoming Scottish Parliamentary business, check out the official Business Bulletin.

Alan Robertson Alan Robertson

A graduate in Politics and Journalism from the University of Strathclyde, Alan joined the Holyrood team as a reporter in May 2012 fresh from finishing his studies. Alan spent four years in student media, the last of which helping to launch the award-winning Glasgow Journal as Managing Editor, and continues to work part-time as a sub-editor in sport for the Sunday...

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