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Holyrood’s indyref2 vote rejected by Westminster

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Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire. Picture: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Northern Ireland ministers would consider direct rule, MPs told

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon

Comment: postponed indyref2 debate fails to excite

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Picture: Sky

Nicola Sturgeon: Scots have right to choose Brexit or indyref2

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Queensferry Crossing opening delayed for a second time

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Police Scotland to deploy officers with tasers to patrol Holyrood

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Cancer waiting times called 'unacceptable' as targets missed

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Nicola Sturgeon: PM has no ‘rational opposition’ to indyref2

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Caroline Grieve. Picture: submitted

‘Overworked’ Dumfries High teacher falsified pupils’ results

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Paris Gourtsoyannis: How to prevent terror requires a rethink

Paris Gourtsoyannis
Stuart Armstrong  made a dream debut for Scotland in the 1-0 win over Slovenia.

Craig Gordon: Top English clubs are watching Armstrong now

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An elbow injury has forced Andy Murray out of the Davis Cup quarter-final with France. Picture: John Devlin

Andy Murray could be paying price for world No 1 quest

Kenny Miller has excelled for Rangers this season. Picture: John Devlin

12 players over 30 who’ve starred in this season’s top flight

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Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw at BT Murrayfield to mark the launch of Mitsubishi Motors as the Official Partner of Scottish Rugby. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS/SRU

Greig Laidlaw on the mend and still hoping for Lions call-up


Neil Lennon: Only mother of all collapses can stop Hibs now


Dundee Utd 2-1 Ayr Utd: Durnan winner boosts promotion hopes

Dundee United

Craig Gordon: Scott Brown ‘has earned right’ to pick games


Rumour Mill: Brown could face ban | Oxford want McGinn | Caixinha pleads with Gilmour | Novo gutted

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Charlie Mulgrew brought as assuredness to Scotlands defence against Slovenia. Picture: AFP/Getty

Charlie Mulgrew hopes he has booked Scotland spot to face England


Martin Dempster: Has Lydia Ko made too many changes?

Martin Dempster
AG Barr chief Roger White said the soft drinks giant remained upbeat despite the 'uncertain' environment. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Irn-Bru maker shrugs off Brexit risk as profits rise

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Seed Haus founders Calum Forsyth, left, and Robin Knox. Picture: Chris Watt

Edinburgh technology accelerator seeks next unicorn

Morton Fraser's CEO said Linda Urquhart has been 'breaking glass ceilings' throughout her career. Picture: Esme Allen

Linda Urquhart to retire as chair of Morton Fraser

Strathblair Associates has been launched by Richard Oliver, left, and Gary Deans. Picture: Robert Perry

Business leaders unite to drive Scots growth ambitions


Stagecoach loses SWT franchise to rival FirstGroup


Staff dig in for Reactec’s £700,000 funding boost


Former Alliance Trust boss picked up £1.4m final pay

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Glasgow’s St Enoch in £1.5m revamp of food offering

Tesco escaped prosecution but has been landed with a hefty penalty. Picture: Andy Butterton/PA Wire

Tesco hit with £129m fine over accounting scandal

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Martin Flanagan: Wheels come off for Stagecoach at SWT

Martin Flanagan
John Knox House and Moubray House are two of Edinburgh's oldest buildings and they stand together side by side. Picture: TSPL

9 of Edinburgh’s oldest buildings

Happiness is a place called Morningside. Sonya Angus, Tessa Henry, And Laura Woodham enjoy a coofee outside Maison Bleue Bistro. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Morningside tops Edinburgh happiness league

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The old Abbeyhill Station, Edinburgh, one of many disused stations in the city. Picture: TSPL.

11 creepy abandoned places in Edinburgh

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono, with their children, Julian, left, and Kyoko, on holiday at Durness, in Sutherland, in 1969. PIC: PA.

John Lennon and his holidays in the Scottish Highlands


Brian Ferguson: Hogmanay switch no surprise given funding squeeze

Brian Ferguson