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Court rules against Scottish Government’s named person policy

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SNP warns of damage from leaving EU customs union

The SNP has warned that pulling out of the EU customs union would be “deeply damaging” following reports that Liam Fox is putting Prime Minister Theresa May under pressure to do so.

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Prime Minister Theresa May meets Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster, left, and her deputy Martin McGuinness at Stormont. Picture: Charles McQuillan/Getty

Bill Jamieson: ‘Brexit means Brexit’ means what?

Opinion 19

Glasgow Central hit by delays after electrical fault

Commuters were faced with lengthy delays this morning after an electrical fault disrupted services at Glasgow Central Station.

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Everything you need to know about the named person bill


Photo of Donald Trump’s mother Mary Trump goes viral

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Scotland may see recession thanks to Brexit volatility

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Smith fears Labour could splinter if Corbyn remains as leader

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Deputy First Minister John Swinney announced the Right Honourable Lady Smith will fill the vacancy at the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry. Picture: contributed

Senior judge appointed to head public child abuse inquiry

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Court orders independence campers to leave Scottish Parliament

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Tom Peterkin: Talk of indyref2 is premature

Robin Van Persie has been linked with a move to Rangers. Picture: Getty

Bookmakers suspend betting on Robin van Persie to Rangers

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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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Expectations were high when Kane Hemmings and Rory Loy arrived last summer. Picture: SNS

Future is bleak for Dundee after sale of Kane Hemmings

Celtic's Moussa Dembele. Picture: SNS

Fortune favours Brendan Rodgers’ men in Astana

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Brendan Rodgers hails ‘outstanding result’ for Celtic

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Last year’s Europa League disappointment to ‘fire up’ Aberdeen

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Aberdeen FC to fund new stadium costs by selling Pittodrie

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Paul Hartley: Dundee powerless to stop sale of Kane Hemmings

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Bosses at Shawbrook say it's too early to know how Brexit will affect the market. Picture: Getty

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

Steve Dean, of Lookers Audi, says the businesss workforce in Scotland has grown from 400 to 500. Picture: contributed

Car retailer Lookers set to drive growth in Scotland

GlaxoSmithKline has dismissed Brexit jitters and will invest in its UK manufacturing sites. Picture: PA

GlaxoSmithKline waves aside Brexit fears in big investment

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Marston’s welcomes sales boost thanks to Euro 2016


Takeover target tech firm Arm Holdings boosts Q2 profits


BT under pressure from rivals after Ofcom Openreach ruling

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A North Sea oil rig

Profits take a tumble at oil giant BP

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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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The pool complex at Barcelo Jandia Mar. Picture: Colin Heggie

Travel review: Throw caution to the wind on Fuerteventura