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Theresa May: No vote for MPs on triggering Article 50

Theresa May has asserted her authority to push ahead with Brexit by ruling out a second EU referendum, an early election, or any parliament vote to authorise the triggering of Article 50.

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Edinburgh University team salvage gold from mobiles


Cameron in fresh cronyism claims over No 10 advisers pay rise

David Cameron has been accused of “uber-cronyism” after it emerged Downing Street special advisers were awarded pay rises of up to a quarter, months before he intervened to secure some of the same staff increased severance packages.

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One in five patients suffer harm in Scots hospitals

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Deaths down by one third since A9 cameras installed

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Justice Minister, Michael Matheson (right) with Police Scotland Chief Constable, Phil Gormley. Picture: Michael Gillen

Chris Marshall: Time to face the elephant in the numbers room

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Apple face huge bill after EU probe into Irish tax deal

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Scott Macnab: Economic reality bites for Nicola Sturgeon

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Lee Wallace has been called up to the Scotland squad alongside Hearts striker Tony Watt. Picture: SNS

Watt & Wallace get Scotland call-up as Celtic stars drop out

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New Celtic signing Cristian Gamboa has two important World Cup qualifiers coming up with Costa Rica. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Celtic new boy Cristian Gamboa to fly back for Rangers clash

Russell Knox is determined to prove Darren Clarke wrong.  Picture: Michael Cohen/Getty Images

Russell Knox vows to prove Darren Clarke wrong on Ryder snub


Even in Costa Rica, Celtic is a big club - Cristian Gamboa

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Oliver Burke set to show he’s a big deal for Scotland – McCann


Celtic defender Jozo Simunovic in talks with Torino - reports

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Petrofac chief executive Ayman Asfari. Picture: Andrew Shaw

Petrofac returns to profit after surge in revenues

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Shaf Rasul said the deal marks a 'major strategic investment' for his SRA Ventures arm. Picture: Contributed

Shaf Rasul buys industrial sites in multi-million deal

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Shaf Rasul said the deal marks a 'major strategic investment' for his SRA Ventures arm. Picture: Contributed

Scottish business wire: Shaf Rasul | UKSE | Deloitte | Construction

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From left: ID Systems managing director Iain Doherty, UKSE investment executive Gordon Jamieson, UKSE regional executive Scott Webb and ID Systems finance director Stuart Devine. Picture: Contributed

Engineer to create 120 Glasgow jobs with UKSE funding

Companies 3

Construction sector aims to build up productivity

Companies 3

Young innovators battle it out against air pollution

Tech 4

Profit payouts on the rise as Deloitte revenues leap

Financial 3
Andrew McCornick said farmers and crofters 'play a vital role' in rural communities. Picture: Contributed

Andrew McCornick voices NFU’s fears on land reform

Farming 4
Prunella Scales and John Cleese in Fawlty Towers, a high watermark for TV comedy that the BBC isnt touching in its rush to remake. Picture: BBC

Aidan Smith: Are we being well-served by elderly sitcoms remakes?

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Photographer captures Milky Way from North Uist

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Biffy Clyro. Picture: Contributed

Gig review: Biffy Clyro, Glasgow, 4 stars

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Alan Cumming and his dog Lala take to the Charlotte Square stage. Picture: Getty

Alan Cumming the hottest ticket at final Book Festival weekend

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