The Scotsman

Westminster attack: Fears terrorist groomed to extremism ‘behind bars’

UK
For the first time more people thought the Scottish Government had most influence over the way Scotland is run than the UK Government.

Scots believe ‘Holyrood has more influence than Westminster’

Politics 307
The defeat was seen as a humiliating loss for the President. Picture; Getty

Humiliation for Trump after defeat on ‘Obamacare’ repeal

Politics 1
Products from Cadbury could be getting smaller after Brexit. Picture; Getty

Chocolate bars could get smaller after Brexit warns Cadbury

News

Former Scots monastery on sale for same price as London flat

News 3

Video shows Parliament gates left open in wake of terror attack

News

Scots teachers subject to ‘vicious’ online abuse from parents

Education 13

MRIs could ‘change equation’ for prostate cancer screening

News
Mark Rowley, Assistant Commissioner for Specialist Operations in the Metropolitan Police, speaking outside Scotland Yard (Jonathan Brady/PA Wire)

Westminster attack: Police make public appeal for information

UK 18

Jane Bradley: Childhood is no longer a picnic

Jane Bradley

Celtic to make loan offer for Premiership striker| Rangers ‘have money to close gap’| Strachan ‘can’t afford to lose’

Football 68
Scott Brown leads the way in training at the Scotland base at Mar Hall. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Scott Brown aiming to keep Gordon Strachan in Scotland job

Scotland 10
Gordon Strachan needs favours from Group F rivals. Picture: SNS

Can Scotland still qualify for the World Cup?

Scotland 7

Gordon Strachan: Striker pick biggest call as Scotland boss

Scotland 4

Kenny Dalglish: Nobody could have done better than Strachan

Scotland 6

Andrew Shinnie baffled by brother Graeme’s Scotland snub

Championship
Man United's Martin Buchan, left, and Frank Stapleton of Arsenal chase the ball during the 1979 FA Cup final. Picture: Colorsport/REX/Shutterstock

Interview: Martin Buchan on Scotland and that day at Largs

Aberdeen 9

Allan Massie: Lions hopefuls caught in vicious circle

Allan Massie
Iceland owner Brait blamed its decision on Brexit uncertainty. Picture: PA Wire

Iceland owner ditches London market move over Brexit

Retail 9
Gerry More becomes MD of Stewart Milne Homes in central Scotland next month. Picture: Contributed

Ex-Cala director Gerry More joins Stewart Milne board

Companies

Time to get compensation settled for tenant farmers

Farming

Alliance Trust Savings returns to full-year profit

Financial

Co-op Bank says ‘credible’ bidders still interested

Financial
The deal will see Menzies manage weekly supplies from Nisbet's base near Bristol. Picture: Stuart Vance

Menzies lands catering equipment deal with Nisbets

Companies

Martin Flanagan: Next’s problems highlight retail woes

Martin Flanagan
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

News

44 Scotland Street: Waiting for Godot

Books
Alan McGee, founder of Creations Records.

Oasis mogul Alan McGee ‘talked out’ of buying Hearts

News 28
A view of the Cairngorms on the tourist route.

Cairngorms Snow Roads scenic route plan on track

News 1

Brian Ferguson: State of theatres is Edinburgh’s modern disgrace