Doubts over anti-sectarian laws
First Minister Alex Salmond's hopes of winning cross-party support for the new anti-bigotry laws have been dashed.
Labour has said it cannot support the legislation as it stands.
The Scottish Parliament's justice committee has split down political party lines over whether or not new offences are needed to tackle football-related abuse and sectarianism.
BBC Scotland's political correspondent Glenn Campbell reports.
07 Oct 2011
- From the section Scotland