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Election success would entitle SNP to hold IndyRef2, poll finds

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A Mori monitor recorded a 65 per cent satisfaction rating for Alex Salmond as First Minister in 2014. Picture: Scottish Government/PA Wire

Alex Salmond slams columnist in letter to the editor

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Labour's Kezia Dugdale campaigns in Morningside with Ian Murray and Daneil Johnson. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Labour on the verge of losing its last Scottish bastion

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Sunny spells

May warns voting for SNP will put Corbyn into No 10

Politics 46

Video: Still hope for Madeleine, says mother 10 years on

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Mobiles to offer crime scene access to fingerprint database

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A taxi driver has been charged after three passengers were injured in the Cowgate area yesterday. Picture: Google Maps

Taxi driver charged after Cowgate crash leaves three injured

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Work at Bristo Square will not be completed by the time the 70th Edinburgh Festival Fringe starts in August. Photograph: Ian Georgeson

Building work spoils Fringe’s 70th celebrations

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Celtic's Jozo Simunovic and Rangers' Joe Dodoo compete in a one-sided Old Firm encounter at Ibrox. Pic: Craig Watson/PA Wire.

Rangers 1 - 5 Celtic: Dominant Celtic thump rivals for second time

Premiership 88
Anthony Joshua celebrates victory over Wladimir Klitschko.  Picture: Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

Britain’s Anthony Joshua is heavyweight champion of the world

Boxing 3
Partick Thistle's Callum Booth and Hearts' Don Cowie  in action. Pic: SNS/Alan Rennie

Hearts 2 - 2 Partick Thistle: Hearts struggle to point against ten men

Premiership 16

Ayr United 0 - 4 Hibs: Champions leave Ayr on cusp of relegation

Championship 8

Rangers speak out after pitch invasion and monkey gestures

Celtic 147
Celtic's players celebrate at full time. Pic: SNS/Craig Williamson

Rangers 1 - 5 Celtic: How the Celtic players rated

Celtic 6

Aidan Smith: Nastase’s not funny any more, just a bit sad

Aidan Smith
Scotch whisky exports rose by 4% last year. Picture: TSPL

Whisky industry plea for assurances as exports rise

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RBS, 72% owned by the taxpayer, has made its first profit since the third quarter of 2015. Picture: John Devlin

Royal Bank of Scotland posts first profit since 2015

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The taxpayer now owns just 0.89% of Lloyds Banking Group. Picture: Contributed

Taxpayer stake in Lloyds Banking Group cut below 1%

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Farm incomes slashed by almost 50% in one year

Farming 4

Bob Ruddiman: Offshore conference vital to trade ideas


Law firm Thorntons targets further growth in Edinburgh


Skyscanner chief honoured at digital technology awards

Peter Vardy's CarStore is on the site of Dundee's former Valentines card factory. Picture: Keith Hunter

Peter Vardy gears up to launch Dundee car superstore


Colin Hamilton: Robust laws needed to keep lights on

Sandwood Bay, Northwest Sutherland. Picture: Daniel Start

The ten best beaches in Scotland


Video: the enduring mystery of the Lewis chessmen

The Book Festival has been staged in Charlotte Square since 1983 but this year it will expand, taking over the west end of George Street. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Fringe and book festival to team up to run new outdoor arena

Seilebost beach, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides. Picture: VisitScotland/Richard Elliot

Hebridean Way walking route offers new way to explore islands


Brian Ferguson: tourism is vital to Edinburgh’s economy

Brian Ferguson