Good morning – here are the top 10 news stories in Scotland this morning:
Fresh fears over future of Scottish regiments (The Herald)
Scotland’s teachers list five reasons to strike (The Scotsman)
Wind turbines could spin cash for council (Press & Journal)
Edinburgh Legionnaires’ outbreak: Hunt for source continues (BBC Scotland)
PM calls for swift action to fix crisis over euro (The Herald)
Today’s Scottish Parliament highlights:
- 09.15: A Scottish Government debate on reform of the Common Fisheries Policy follows a ministerial statement delivered to the chamber by Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon on the Legionnaires outbreak.
- 12.00: FMQ’s today will undoubtedly concentrate on the outbreak of Legionnaires that has so far infected 40 people in Edinburgh, including 21 confirmed and 19 suspected cases, with one death.
- 14.15: A themed question time lasting 40 minutes will focus on finance, employment and sustainable growth before a ministerial statement on the Scottish Government’s approach to taxation.
For full details of all current and upcoming Scottish Parliamentary business, check out the official Business Bulletin.