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Court rules against Scottish Government’s named person policy

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Angus Robertson launches SNP deputy leadership bid

New Conservative leader Theresa May has been described as the most right-wing prime minister since Margaret Thatcher by the SNP’s Angus Robertson, as he claimed Scotland is “truly on the brink of independence”.

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A new scheme will see some airports selling alcohol in sealed bags to reduce drink problems on flights. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Sale of alcohol at UK airports to be reviewed after incidents

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Diabetes rates flatlining as Scots live longer with condition

Scots with type 2 diabetes are living longer, which is responsible for pushing up overall numbers instead of a surge in new cases, research suggests.

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Video: Timelapse reveals Glasgow Subway upgrading work

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EDF gives green light to Hinkley Point nuclear plant deal

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HMRC established that Arshid caused the company to under-declare and conceal liabilities. Picture: PA

Convicted perjurer defrauded taxman to the tune of £1 million

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Hibs and Rangers fans were on the pitch following the match at Hampden

Rangers ban fans following Scottish Cup Final chaos

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Angus Robertson: Doing nothing about Brexit is not an option

Jonny Hayes caps a thrilling first leg against Europa League opponents Maribor by scoring  a late equaliser for Aberdeen. Picture: Ian Rutherford/PA Wire.

Aberdeen 1-1 Maribor: Hayes rescues Dons with late leveller

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Aberdeen's Jonny Hayes celebrates after scoring his side's late equaliser against Maribor. Picture: Ian Rutherford/PA.

Derek McInnes hails Aberdeen spirit after battling draw

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Rangers manager Mark Warburton still wants a striker and a central defender, most likely on loan. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Rangers seeking to add Premier League striker and defender

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Dundee fear Greg Stewart could follow Kane Hemmings out of club

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Astana accuse Celtic’s Leigh Griffiths of ‘punching’ defender

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Mark Warburton: No truth whatsoever in Robin van Persie link

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Robin van Persie in action for Fenerbahce against Shakhtar Donetsk. The Dutch striker has been linked with a move to Rangers. Picture: Getty Images

Rumour Mill: Robin van Persie to Rangers? | Celtic close to Bamford loan | Hearts may sell Paterson

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Diageo says it has benefited from sterlings plunge since the Brexit vote on 23 June. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Diageo shrugs off Brexit threat as profits rise

Keith Cochrane - Chief Executive Weir Group. Picture: Contributed

Weir Group set for change as boss Keith Cochrane steps down

Lloyds is to cut 3000 jobs and shut 200 branches. Picture: Getty Images

3,000 more jobs and 200 more branches to go at Lloyds Bank

Game Of Thrones  Rose Leslie as Ygritte. Picture: Contributed

Game of Thrones helps Sky leap to £8.3bn in revenues


Shawbrook’s profits up but says too soon to judge Brexit effect


Car retailer Lookers set to drive growth in Scotland

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GlaxoSmithKline waves aside Brexit fears in big investment

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Craig McInnes, Richard Gill and Keith Bowes from Johnstone Pipe Band work with personal trainer Lloyd Stevenson (centre). Picture: Sandy Young/PA Wire

Pipers try out unique workout plan to help them stay strong

Performers appearing from around the world at the Edinburgh Military Tattoo have helped attract a record number of visitors. Picture: Getty

Value of Edinburgh’s festival soars to £313m in five years

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Mark Rylance is mostly terrific as the BFG and Ruby Barnhill is sweet as ten-year-old orphan Sophie, but Steven Spielbergs film never really takes flight the way it should. Picture: Storyteller Distribution

Film review: The BFG | Star Trek Beyond | Chevalier

A straight line of cairns leads to the large summit cairn and weather station beyond. Picture: Nick Drainey

Walk of the week: Munros challenge - Cairn Gorm

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