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Kezia Dugdale ‘may be suspended’ over I’m a Celeb admits new Labour leader

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Central Scotland MSP Richard Leonard is congratulated by Glasgow MSP Anas Sarwar at the Glasgow Science Centre after he was announced as the new  leader of Scottish Labour. Picture; PA

Richard Leonard elected as new Scottish Labour Leader

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Brexit: EU ‘threatens to hold back £5bn rebate’ as talks deadline set

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Kezia Dugdale to appear on ‘I’m a Celebrity’

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War veteran devastated after Remembrance Sunday snub

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Richard Leonard pledges ‘real change’ in Scottish Labour

News 11

Edinburgh cycle hire scheme to include electric bikes

Transport 15
Alexander McCall Smith at the book festival

Could 44 Scotland Street inspire Scots to beat New Zealand?

Lifestyle
Tillie and Lottie Fowler were born 17 weeks early with a combined weight of less than 3lbs

Youngest surviving premature twins celebrate defying odds

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Rumour Mill: | Frank de Boer ‘hasn’t ruled out’ Rangers | Everton considered Dembele bid | Rangers ‘embarrassed’ by win record

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Partick Thistle ‘deeply frustrated’ with Tynecastle uncertainty

Premiership
All Black legend Zinzan Brooke. Picture: Steve Bardens/Getty Images

Scotland coach shrugs off Zinzan Brooke 60-point jibe

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Scotland's Cornell Du Preez, left, Alex Dunbar, centre, and Stuart McInally at the captain's run at Murrayfield. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Mike Blair: Confident Scots can rise to big occasion

Scotland

Which Scottish club would most likely sign Niall McGinn?

Premiership 1

Interview: Roy Laidlaw on his Scotland career and rugby family

Scotland 1

Brendan Rodgers: Moussa Dembele can play way to World Cup

Celtic

Why Arnaud Djoum’s return should be a huge boost for Hearts

Hearts
Michael O'Neill is top of Scotland's wanted list. Picture: Getty

Scotland granted permission to speak with Michael O’Neill

Scotland 1

Comment: Gregor Townsend should tell players: ‘History is bunk’

The era of cheap booze is coming to an end – at last

News 168

Brian Wilson: Fundamentalists forced ‘bonkers’ Brexit deadline on May

Opinion 36
A stark warning from history, delivered by Will Young and Louise Rednapp, in the musical Cabaret

Joyce McMillan: The rise of the far-right in Europe is no Cabaret, old chum

Opinion 14
A copy of the railplane poster is displayed at Milngavie Station. Picture: NRM Pictorial Collection

Alastair Dalton: Inventor’s anniversary points us to the future

Opinion 5
Scott Hastings presents a Radio Forth Award for services to sport to Doddie Weir (Picture: Ian Georgeson)

Leader comment: Our love for Doddie, a giant among us all

Opinion 1
The new electric lorry. (Tesla via AP)

Tesla reveals electric lorry to revolutionise haulage

Business 7
Among the firms Scottish contracts is a �23m deal to extend several platforms at Edinburgh Waverley railway station. Picture: Network Rail

Share price ‘horror’ for Carillion

Companies
Tesco Ellon

Tesco wins provisional green light for £3.7bn Booker deal

Business
Ewan MacDonald-Russell of the SRC

Tough times continue on Scottish high street

Financial

FirstGroup swings to loss but eyeing return to dividend

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Scotframe to become part of global giant Saint-Gobain

Companies 2

Martin Flanagan: Nothing to suggest rate rise was wrong

Retail
A former Facebook President spoke out about the network last week

Jim Duffy: Embrace the joy of missing out on social media

Business 3

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

IRVINE, CA - SEPTEMBER 12:  Taco Bell restaurant in Orange County, California.  (Photo by Joshua Blanchard/Getty Images for Taco Bell)

Taco Bell: what is it and why do Americans love it?

Food & Drink

First bottles drawn from Annandale Whisky Distillery after restoration project

Food & Drink
The new track will be built in Knightswood in north-west Glasgow. Picture: Glasgow City Council

Glasgow to open Scotland’s first Olympic-standard BMX bike track

Tech
Hovercraft at Finnart, Loch Long, 1965. Picture: TSPL

The story of Scotland’s hovercraft and why they failed

News
The Who in 1965 - the same year they pitched up in Elgin following the release of My Generation. PIC:

When The Who’s Keith Moon was kicked out a cafe in Elgin

Lifestyle 2

Brian Ferguson: Radical thinking required for Royal Mile

Brian Ferguson