A daily snapshot of the morning headlines and Parliamentary business
Good morning – here are the top 10 news stories in Scotland this morning:
Spending watchdog criticises Brian Sweeney’s pension deal (BBC Scotland)
Plans to build 30 new schools in Scotland (BBC Scotland)
Campaigners for devo-max will fight on (The Herald)
Chaos as storms engulf Scotland (Daily Express)
Today’s Scottish Parliament highlights:
10.00: The Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee at Holyrood will take evidence from, among others, Chairman of Falkirk for Business, George Stevenson, and Head of Economic Development and Environment at Falkirk Council, Douglas Duff, as part of their Business Gateway Inquiry.
10.00: The Public Audit Committee will once again take evidence on the Auditor General for Scotland’s recent report, ‘Learning the lessons of public body mergers’.
14.30: A Scottish Government debate on the Green Bus Fund, which has allowed delivery of 71 new low-carbon hybrid buses, will be led by Transport Minister Keith Brown.
For full details of all current and upcoming Scottish Parliamentary business, check out the official Business Bulletin