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Title Publication Date Subject(s) Publisher
Documents 'show Skye tolls regime was illegal'  17 February 2005 Corruption and Bribery,
Privatisation,
Privatisation,
Public Procurement  
The Scotsman 
Critics cut from Wark's Holyrood film  16 January 2005 Corruption and Bribery,
Networks  
The Scotsman 
Web of friends at heart of power  7 January 2005 Corruption and Bribery,
Networks  
 
A scandal of secrecy and profligacy The Skye bridge contract allowed private firms to fleece the taxpayer  28 December 2004 Privatisation,
Public Procurement  
The Guardian 
'It was ordinary people who did this' Locals cheer as Skye bridge tolls are axed after years of protests  22 December 2004 Privatisation,
Public Procurement  
The Guardian 
Irresponsible government  1 November 2004 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
Scottish Left Review 
Police asked to probe Holyrood deal  19 September 2004 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
YahooNews 
'No single villain' in Holyrood fiasco  16 September 2004 Public Procurement   The Guardian 
Holyrood Inquiry  15 September 2004 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
 
Management of the Holyrood building project  1 June 2004 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
Audit Scotland 
Holyrood: firms poised to sue  7 December 2003 Networks,
Networks  
The Sunday Herald 
INCOMPETENT OR CORRUPT?;The Holyrood inquiry has so far revealed that ineptitude, arrogance and fractured relationships built flaws into every aspect of the project right from the start.  7 December 2003 Corruption and Bribery,
Public Procurement  
The Sunday Herald 
Big business, big donations, big profits: HOLYROOD INVESTIGATION  26 July 2002 Bribery Allegations,
Networks,
Networks,
Public Procurement  
The Scotsman 
Holyrood building firm is Labour Party donor  26 July 2002 Corruption and Bribery,
Networks  
The Scotsman 
Progress on National Audit Office reports on Scottish matters  16 December 1999 Corruption and Bribery,
Privatisation,
Privatisation  
National Audit Office 
Scottish Law On-line    Corruption and Bribery    
Fraser Report: Learning the Lessons    Corruption and Bribery,
Networks,
Public Procurement  
UNICORN 
Profit and parliament    Networks,
Privatisation,
Networks  
Scottish Left Review 
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