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Bayern Munich 3 - 0 Celtic: Brendan Rodgers’ men outclassed

Theresa May

Tory Government defeated on controversial Universal Credit

Jamie Harron. Picture: SWNS

Parents face jail for visiting Scot charged in Dubai

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Mhairi Black slams ‘arrogant and idiotic’ Universal Credit

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PM's spokesman won't say if Douglas Ross is fulfilling his duties

Politics 131

Nicola Sturgeon’s Universal Income is costed at £12.3bn

Politics 783

Cheesemaker avoids charges over e-coli death of child

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The final turbine being put into place at the wind farm

World’s first floating wind farm powers up in Scotland

News 118
A pro-independence supporter outside the SNP conference. Picture: John Devlin

‘SNP may be forced to make indyref2 call in early 2018’

Politics 295
A dispirited Mikael Lustig as Bayern Munich celebrate the opening goal. Picture: Getty

Bayern Munich 3 - 0 Celtic: Brendan Rodgers’ men outclassed

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Thousands of Celtic fans have made the trip to Munich. Picture: John Devlin

Video: Boisterous Celtic fans take over Munich city centre

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Injury blow: Greig Laidlaw. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw ‘out for 12 weeks’ after fracturing leg

Celtic have reached the Champions League group stages in each of the last two seasons. Picture: John Devlin

Scottish Premiership sides to share £4m thanks to Celtic UCL campaign

Premiership 23

Kenny Miller’s agent takes fresh swipe at Rangers

Rangers 1

Barry Ferguson: Boozegate was one of the biggest mistakes of my career

Rangers 9

Kenny Dalglish: Old Firm would improve EPL but never get voted in

Celtic 16

Richard Cockerill demands answers over Marcus Bradbury’s night out

Challenge Cup 1

Rumour Mill: Bayern-Celtic line-ups leaked? | Rangers fans ‘would welcome back Ashley’ | Kenny Miller saga

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Where are they now: Celtic XI that drew 0-0 with Bayern Munich in 2003

A Union Jack flag flies in front of the European Commission building. Picture: EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty

Paris Gourtsoyannis: How Brexit could be over by Christmas

Politics 334
Taking medication for mental health issues should be stigma-free.

David Walsh: Not wrong to take pills for depression – some need them

Opinion 11
Emma Thompson spoke out in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal (Picture: Getty)

Darren McGarvey: Taking stock of the crisis in masculinity

Opinion 12
Scotland is set to have a deposite system for empty drink containers. Picture: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

James Mackenzie: Deposit system welcome – but we must go further

Opinion 4
A Union Jack flag flies in front of the European Commission building as British Prime Minister May is due to meet European Commission President Juncker for a dinner in a bid to unblock Brexit talks ahead of a decisive EU summit this week, in Brussels on October 16, 2017.
EU leaders meeting in Brussels on October 19 and 20 are due to decide whether or not negotiators can move on to discussing post-Brexit trade ties with Britain if "sufficient progress" has been made in divorce talks. The indication from the EU side is that they will postpone their decision to a summit in December as the break-up negotiations are currently deadlocked, particularly over the multi-billion-euro exit bill the EU says Britain must pay.

Brexit ‘transition period’ losing value amid deadlock

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P and O posted strong figures

P&O Ferries posts record Q3 for lorries across the Irish Sea

UK 1
Flybe warned over profits after incurring higher-than-expected aircraft maintenance costs. Picture; PA

Flybe issues profit warning after mounting maintenance costs

Veitchi Group
Jim Preston

Veitchi has market floored with key contract wins


Demand sees second Jaguar Land Rover city site opened


Former Ipsos Mori boss Mark Diffley sets up own firm


Monday interview: Eleanor Coates, senior trademark attorney

Sandy Adam, executive chairman of Springfield Properties. Picture: Dan Phillips

Aim flotation sees housebuilder raise £25m with IPO

Companies 1

John McLellan: Will start-ups match Scotsman’s staying power?

Paolo Nutini will be teaching songwriting at the University of the West of Scotland.

Singing star Paolo Nutini to become a university tutor

The Cauldron, Grangemouth, by George Robertson. Picture Photo: George Robertson/PA Wire

Urban views of Scotland win VisitBritain landscape photography awards

Alice Blackwell of the National Museum of Scotland with some of the surviving silver chains on show together for the first time. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Silver treasure spanning 1,000 years to sparkle at National Museum

People & Places

Brian Ferguson: Lights, cameras and action for Young Films

Brian Ferguson