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Brexit begins as Article 50 letter is handed over

UK 79
Theresa May

Brexit: what happens now that Article 50 has been triggered?

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The Queensferry Crossing was due to have opened at the end of May

Queensferry Crossing opening delayed until between mid-July and end of August

Transport 44
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Blair McDougall: SNP on wrong end of its own angry populism

News 63

Wife of rugby legend Scott Hastings found safe and well

News

Read Theresa May’s Brexit letter to EU in full

Politics 13

Brewdog admits "mistake that hurt" over trademark row

Odd 2
Edinburgh Trams recorded their busiest day Picture; Lesley Martin

Edinburgh trams records ‘busiest day’ since service launched

News 16

Holyrood’s indyref2 vote rejected by Westminster

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Rumour Mill: Rangers blast ‘absurd’ conspiracy theories | new Armstrong deal | wonderkid better at Ibrox

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John Rankin playing for Falkirk earlier this season. Picture: Michael Gillen

‘Nandos’ culture damaging generation of Scottish youngsters

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

Craig Gordon: Top English clubs are watching Armstrong now

Celtic 5
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

Tennis 3

Rangers deny ‘absurd’ claims of Ibrox boardroom meltdown

Rangers 14

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

Scotland 2

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

Hibernian 9

Celtic’s Craig Gordon recalls Hearts’ Champions League party

Celtic 5

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

Craig Fowler
Flybe is counting the cost of an IT overhaul. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Flybe warns of profit hit from IT systems upgrade

Transport
Bruce Farquhar takes over as Anderson Strathern chairman on Friday. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Change at the helm of law firm Anderson Strathern

Law

‘One death is one too many’ says NFU Scotland president

Farming

David Watt: Public sector superboards on ice, for now

Management 3

Martin Flanagan: Tesco continues rehabilitation

Martin Flanagan
Knockhill offers high octane thrills. Picture: Contributed.

7 great family days out in Scotland

News
Culloden Battlefield. Picture: David Moir

Five of the best woodland walks near Inverness

News 1
The view from the Glasgow Science Centre tower. Picture: SWNS

Glasgow Science Centre tower to reopen

Travel 1

Brian Ferguson: Hogmanay switch no surprise given funding squeeze

Brian Ferguson