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Labour can ‘wipe out’ SNP at next election predicts Corbyn ally


Theft of signal cabling causes major disruption for Scots train travellers

News 2

Property sales tax fails to meet Scottish Government forecast

Politics 9

Call for schools to ban ‘harmful contact’ in rugby games

News 1

Marines took part in depraved initiation ceremony in Arbroath club

More than 160,000 patients were registered in 2C practices last year, up from 83,290 a decade ago. Picture: Getty Images

Record number of Scottish GP practices return contracts

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The atmosphere and debate under a Labour Party led by Jeremy Corbyn is reminiscent of Tony Blair and the Things Can Only Get Better era of the 1990s.

Paris Gourtsoyannis: No end to Corbyn’s Uber supremacy


Rumour Mill: Moussa Dembele fitness | Celtic Europe’s best passing side | Billy Gilmour nets stunner

Premiership 4
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan announces his squad. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Gordon Strachan ‘too excited’ to think about his future

Scotland 1
Gordon Strachan heaped praise on Scott Brown. Picture: PA

Strachan has great faith in his big-game player Brown

Scotland 1
Scott Brown goes head-to-head with Pedro Caixinha at half-time. Picture: SNS.

Scott Brown in clear over ‘elbow’ incident in Rangers-Celtic clash

Celtic 8

Kenny Murray: Glasgow will do everything to keep Finn Russell

Guinness Pro12

Richard Cockerill taking positives out of Edinburgh defeat

Guinness Pro12

Why the referee didn’t award Rangers a penalty against Celtic

Premiership 34

Martin Dempster: Dodds deserves chance to reinvigorate club scene

Golf 1
Aberdeen's Graeme Shinnie (centre) opens the scoring against Rangers at Ibrox in a previous clash. Picture: SNS Group

New date for Rangers-Aberdeen league match confirmed by SPFL

Rangers 4

Martin Dempster: Triple boost but review still needed

Martin Dempster

Brian Monteith: Theresa May is neither down nor out

Opinion 429
Research suggests workers who stand on the job are twice as likely to have heart disease than workers who sit

Lesley Riddoch: Back-breaking work has returned to Britain

Opinion 46
Too often the message girls receive on their smartphones is that they will be judged on their looks. Picture: Getty/iStockphoto

Dani Garavelli: A quarter of girls drowning in a sea of self-loathing

Opinion 5
Schools should embrace the new approach. Photograph: Getty

Pat Black: Teach First collaboration helps raise standards

Education 4
Marenka Thompson-Odlum who is originally from St Lucia and is doing a PHD on slave connections stands in front of a painting of the Glassford family. Picture: John Devlin

Leader: Second City of Empire’s bitter inheritance

News 7
AG Barr chief executive Roger White. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Sales fizz higher at Irn-Bru maker despite mixed weather

Steven Morris, founder and CEO of ESM Investments. Picture: Graham Flack

Fast-growing Scots tech firms targeted by new £25m fund

The headquarters of the Bank of England. Picture: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

BoE insists on extra capital buffers amid debt bubble

Duncan Ogilvie heads the family-owned conglomerate. Picture: Contributed

Ogilvie Group snaps up motor insurance claims business


Contact centre firm Ascensos goes live on Isle of Wight


Scottish crops at risk without migrant labour, says NFUS

Farming 61

Construction group Kier hails ‘exciting’ Scottish workload

Companies 1

Jobs saved after buyer found for Dingwall diabetes outfit

Tech 1
LendingCrowd CEO Stuart Lunn, right, with head of origination Adrian Innes. Picture: Stewart Attwood

P2P lender LendingCrowd targets growth in Scotland


Bill Jamieson: The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’s talking shop

Bill Jamieson
The National Theatre of Scotland is joining forces with the Screen Machine to take its shows into remote corners of the country.

Cinema screenings to be staged by National Theatre of Scotland

Glasgow-born Sir John A Macdonald,  former Prime Minister of Canada. PIC: Creative Commons.

Why does Canada want to remove symbols of its Scottish settler past?

A ruby and sapphire ring gifted by Bonnie Prince Charlie to a female supporter is on show in Inverness. PIC: Inverness Museum and Art Gallery/Ewen Weatherspoon.

7 Jacobite relics still found in the Highlands

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Brian Ferguson: Littlejohn hopes dream can come true with Sleep in the Park

Brian Ferguson