The Scotsman

Third of Scots want Brexit deal before referendum debate

News 44

Court rules against Scottish Government’s named person policy

Nicola Sturgeon’s controversial Named Person scheme was yesterday ruled unlawful by the UK’s highest court in a judgment that is deeply embarrassing for the Scottish Government.

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Clive Lewis - a key Corbyn ally - had talked up progressive alliances with the Greens and SNP. Picture: Contributed

Talk of SNP/Labour pact dismissed as ‘utter rubbish’

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Morag Driscoll: Difficult issues to tackle after named person ruling

Yesterday’s judgment from the Supreme Court came after a group of parents and charities challenged the named person scheme.

Politics 10

Angus Robertson: Doing nothing about Brexit is not an option

Opinion 55

Leaders: Named Person ruling offers opportunity to get it right

Politics 17

Angus Robertson launches SNP deputy leadership bid

News 153
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Poet laureate, Carol Ann Duffy, holds up the inspiration for her poem Meters. Picture: Contributed

Carol Ann Duffy unveils tribute to ‘whirring’ electricity meters

Books 1

Jim Duffy: A little office conflict can work wonders for business

Hibs are hopeful of landing Israeli international goalkeeper Ofir Marciano on loan. Picture: Getty Images

Rumour Mill: Ofir Marciano to Hibs? | Warburton laughs off van Persie link | UEFA throw out Griffiths ban bid

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Jonny Hayes caps a thrilling first leg against Europa League opponents Maribor by scoring  a late equaliser for Aberdeen. Picture: Ian Rutherford/PA Wire.

Aberdeen 1-1 Maribor: Hayes rescues Dons with late leveller

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Aberdeen's Jonny Hayes celebrates after scoring his side's late equaliser against Maribor. Picture: Ian Rutherford/PA.

Derek McInnes hails Aberdeen spirit after battling draw

Aberdeen 2

Rangers seeking to add Premier League striker and defender

Rangers 17

Dundee fear Greg Stewart could follow Kane Hemmings out of club

Premiership 2

Astana accuse Celtic’s Leigh Griffiths of ‘punching’ defender

Celtic 42
Mark Warburton was amused at the rumours. Picture: Michael Gillen

Mark Warburton: No truth whatsoever in Robin van Persie link

Rangers 51
Diageo says it has benefited from sterlings plunge since the Brexit vote on 23 June. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Diageo shrugs off Brexit threat as profits rise

Keith Cochrane - Chief Executive Weir Group. Picture: Contributed

Weir Group set for change as boss Keith Cochrane steps down

Lloyds is to cut 3000 jobs and shut 200 branches. Picture: Getty Images

3,000 more jobs and 200 more branches to go at Lloyds Bank

Financial 2
Game Of Thrones  Rose Leslie as Ygritte. Picture: Contributed

Game of Thrones helps Sky leap to £8.3bn in revenues


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


Car retailer Lookers set to drive growth in Scotland

Retail 1

GlaxoSmithKline waves aside Brexit fears in big investment

Companies 4
Craig McInnes, Richard Gill and Keith Bowes from Johnstone Pipe Band work with personal trainer Lloyd Stevenson (centre). Picture: Sandy Young/PA Wire

Pipers try out unique workout plan to help them stay strong

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

Lifestyle 4
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

Travel 1