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Prime Minister Theresa May is bidding to sell her Brexit plan directly to Scots.  Picture: Kirsty Wigglesworth - WPA Pool /Getty Images

Theresa May: Scots do not want indyref2 despite Remain support

Politics 77

Hundreds allege attacks in football child abuse probe

UK 2

Recall for chocolate santas as pieces of plastic found inside

Odd

Labour funding shrinks in Holyrood election demise

Politics 5

Donald Trump firm’s golf bid sparks conflict of interest fear

World 7

Brexit: EU warns of tough road ahead as Johnson sparks ‘beatings row’

Politics 49
People board the ferry leaving Banjul, Gambia, as special flights were being organised to evacuate British and other tourists. AP photo

UK tourists scramble to leave Gambia as troops gather

World 3
Robbie Muirhead is leaving Hearts for MK Dons

Robbie Muirhead is set to depart Hearts for MK Dons

Hearts 1
Former St Johnstone striker Stevie May is wanted by Aberdeen.  Picture: Robert Perry

Rumour Mill: Dons eye Stevie May | Lustig wants treble | Lawwell ‘runs game’

Premiership 146
Serbia's Novak Djokovic, right, shakes hands with Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin after his shock defeat in the Australian Open second round.  Picture: Paul Crock/AFP/Getty Images

Novak Djokovic knocked out of the Australian Open

Tennis 1
WP Nel has been named in the Scotland Six Nations squad but serious concerns surround his neck injury. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Injured WP Nel doubt for Six Nations admits Vern Cotter

Scotland 1

Billy Stark: Celtic treble talk is ‘stupid’

Celtic 7

Departing Scots coach Vern Cotter keeps his mind on the job

Scotland 3

Pat Stanton: Bonnyrigg Rose helped my Hibs career bloom

Hibernian 4
Sir Andy Murray shows his discomfort as he tries to run for the ball after injuring his ankle during his second round win over Andrey Rublev at the Australian Open. Picture: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Sir Andy Murray makes net gains in Melbourne despite pain

Tennis 1
79 Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank branches are set to close. Picture: Ian Georgeson

More than 400 jobs to go at Clydesdale and Yorkshire

News 16
Airdrie Savings Bank. Picture: Alan Watson

Airdrie Savings Bank to close its doors with 70 jobs lost

News 11
The Entrepreneurial Spark awards recognised the achievements of Edinburgh's brightest start-ups. Picture: John Devlin

Edinburgh entrepreneurs share £24,000 to spark growth

Companies
Dairy farm numbers have fallen to their lowest level since records began more than a century ago. Picture: John Devlin

Fewer dairy herds than ever before, but they are larger

Farming

FreeAgent inks accounting software tie-up with RBS

Tech

Katy Wedderburn: The year ahead for employment law

Law

Royal Mail hit by slump in Christmas letter volumes

Companies

Wetherspoon boss ‘cautious’ after sales and costs warning

Media & Leisure
Esther Binnie joined Edinburgh-based Innis & Gunn seven years ago. Picture: Contributed

Brewer Innis & Gunn promotes Esther Binnie to finance chief

Retail 1

Alistair Harkness: Glasgow Film Festival champions mavericks

News
Picture: Sony

What songs are on the new Trainspotting (T2) film soundtrack

News
Scottish writer Irvine Welsh. (Photo by Ulf Andersen/Getty Images)

Irvine Welsh: ‘Leith is yang to stuffy Edinburgh’s yin’

News 18
Nordic ski-ing.

The growing popularity of Nordic cross-country ski-ing

News