Holyrood morning roundup: Tuesday 05 June, 2012

by Jun 05, 2012 No Comments

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

Power firm boss says voters need answers on economy (The Herald)

£8bn green investment to create total of 8000 jobs (The Herald)

Scottish independence: Yes campaign should emulate poll tax battles (The Scotsman)

Alex Salmond: Affection for Queen ‘undiminished and strong’ (BBC Scotland)

New superbug strikes patients at Raigmore (Press & Journal)

Firefighters continue to tackle wildfires in the Highlands as road reopens (STV)

Terror in the waves as rescuers battle to save lives of two girls swept off harbour wall (Daily Record)

Diamond Jubilee 2012: Duke to miss finale after being hospitalised (The Scotsman)

Improving social mobility key to widening university access rates, says former First Minister McLeish (Holyrood)

Suspected Legionnaire’s cases in Edinburgh rise to ten (The Scotsman)

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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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