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by Staff reporter
04 August 2015
Holyrood Morning Round-Up

Holyrood Morning Round-Up

Good morning. Here are the top stories this morning.

SNP plans to create new gender equality enforcer role within party (The Herald)

Examination body admits Higher Maths exam was 'too hard' (BBC Scotland)

MP accused of assaulting Yes voter walks free after ‘blunder’ (The Scotsman)

Sir Edward Heath child abuse claims: Alleged victim 'was raped by ex PM when he was just 12' (Daily Record)

RBS Shares Sold At £1bn Loss To Taxpayers (Sky News)

Sturgeon challenged to set out what she knows about Police spying claims (The Herald)

Bin lorry disaster inquiry: Council admit failings in hiring of driver (Daily Express)

West coast island and mainland communities to have broadband boosted (STV)

Break-in detection reveals postcode lottery (The Courier)

Amount lost in large fraud cases in Scotland 'falls sharply' (BBC Scotland)

The Scottish Parliament is in recess.

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