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Salmond warns UK against ‘project fear’ if second Indyref

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Sturgeon reveals 36-hour wait on Brexit "hotline"

Nicola Sturgeon today claimed the Scottish Government was left waiting 36 hours to get a response from an so called Brexit "hotline" unveiled by Theresa May this week.

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David Mundell . Picture: TSPL

David Mundell ‘coming out was best moment of my life’

Heroes 29

The escaped American slave who felt an equal man in Edinburgh

It was after arriving in Scotland that former plantation slave Frederick Douglass was made to feel like an equal man for the first time.

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SNP: English votes for English laws ‘absurd’

Politics 82

David Goodwillie’s “regret” over night which led to rape allegation

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Tom Peterkin: The tricky task of reprising the No campaign

Opinion 66
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Men in kilts.

English petition to kick Scotland out of UK hijacked by Scots

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Audit Scotland warned that major challenges lie ahead for the NHS. Picture: Greg Macvean

‘Staggering failures’ in NHS Scotland reform as costs soar

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Bill Jamieson: Turbulence trouble over Heathrow

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Caltic captain Scott Brown trains ahead of their clash with Aberdeen. Picture: SNS.

Celtic boss says Scott Brown would been in his Liverpool team

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Rangers manager Mark Warburton urges his team on in the 1-1 draw against St Johnstone at Ibrox. Picture: Craig Watson/PA

Managing expectation is Rangers boss Mark Warburton’s test

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Defender John Souttar, left, vies with Kilmarnock's Nathan Tyson during Hearts' midweek defeat at Rugby Park. Picture: SNS

Hearts must show character to bounce back from limp defeat

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Edinburgh coach in dark over possible move for Huw Jones

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Russell Knox starts Shanghai world title defence with 66


Rangers boss Mark Warburton denies Wigan rumours

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TSB chief executive Paul Pester. Picture: Contributed

TSB’s Spanish owner pledges long-term commitment to UK

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Royal Bank of Scotland’s new £5 note enters circulation

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Phil Sisson left the music recording industry to study brewing and distilling at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. Picture: Brendan MacNeill

Glasgow home brewer scoops Waitrose beer contest

Retail 1

Twitter to axe 9% of workforce in drive for profit

Tech 1

Tennent’s owner wary of Brexit impact as profits fall

Retail 2

Debenhams sees annual profits tumble by a tenth


Future chiefs face digital test, argues David Sole

Management 1
Chancellor Philip Hammond said getting taxpayers' cash back was one of his top priorities. Picture: Jane Barlow

Taxpayer stake in Lloyds falls below 9% in latest sale

Financial 2
Scotland played a central role in developing Halloween. Pic: Jon Savage/TSPL

How Scotland invented Halloween

Tartan is popular across the world, from the streets of East London to the catwalks of Milan. Picture: Contributed

How tartan inspired hipsters and generations of style tribes


25 of the best free Scottish visitor attractions

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The Big Yellow Kettle in Gourock. Picture; Google.

What happened to Gourock’s ‘infamous’ Big Yellow Kettle?