Holyrood morning roundup
1. Exclusive: Around half of UK voters would support deal with the SNP (Holyrood)
2. Push for votes enters final stage (BBC)
Read Kate Shannon's view on what it means to vote
3. Poll shows Sturgeon most popular politician across UK (Herald)
4. Cameron promises five year tax freeze (Scotsman)
5. Local authorities across UK join forces to demand more powers for communities (Holyrood)
6. IFS report scathing on Tory and Labour benefit plans (Holyrood)
7. SNP accused of misleading voters over fracking claims (Herald)
8. Annual rental return in Scotland rise to 'highest level on record'(STV)
9. Mutual reaches £1bn funds milestone (BBC)
10. Tullis Russell staff sacked by phone (Courier)
Today's Scottish Parliament highlights:
09:30: The Public Audit committee will hear from the auditor general on her report into Scotland's colleges.
14:00 Today's portfolio questions are on health, wellbeing and sport and include questions on mental health diagnosis and NHS executive pay.
14:30: Christina McKelvie will lead a debate on behalf of the European and External Relations Committee on the implications of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership trade deal.
For full details of all current and upcoming Scottish Parliamentary business, check out the official Business Bulletin.
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