A daily snapshot of the morning headlines and Parliamentary business
Good morning – here are the top 10 news stories in Scotland this morning:
‘I’m a scapegoat,’ says £500,000 fine banker (The Herald)
Port pins job hopes on massive windfarm bid (Press & Journal)
Domestic abuse allegations jump by 9% in Scotland (The Scotsman)
Scottish independence: Confidence on referendum meeting (BBC Scotland)
New fight looming over plan for public sector (The Herald)
Edinburgh trams: Locals win UN ruling over impact data (BBC Scotland)
Today’s Scottish Parliament highlights:
12.00: Today’s FMQ’s inside the chamber come amid renewed wrangling over EU membership of an independent Scotland, a source of contention that is likely to feature.
14.30: A ministerial statement on Scotland’s renewables obligation review announcement will be delivered.
14.45: Energy Minister Fergus Ewing will lead a Scottish Government debate on electricity market reform.
For full details of all current and upcoming Scottish Parliamentary business, check out the official Business Bulletin.