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David Davis is embroiled in Brexit talks. Picture; Getty

Brian Wilson: The challenge is not to stop Brexit but to shape it

Opinion 15
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Cheap alcohol causing Scots drinkers to die aged 51

News 28

Alex Salmond’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe show to reveal Trump dealings

Politics 10

Keith Howell: Independence in the EU will catch Sturgeon out – people don’t want either


More than 200 Scottish schools axed in past decade

Politics 24
Lord McCluskey at home in Edinburgh in 2010. Picture: Mike Day

Tributes to ‘giant of Scots law’ Lord McCluskey

Politics 5
The Capital is set to benefit in many different areas. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

£1bn Edinburgh City Deal set to create 21,000 jobs

Politics 66

Rumour Mill: Kris Commons in Hibs return? | Ronny Deila the double agent | Bruno Alves doesn’t need captaincy

Premiership 12
Gary Mackay-Steven's goal sealed Aberdeen's win.  Picture: PA.

Siroki Brijeg 0 - 2 Aberdeen: Late double takes Dons through

Aberdeen 17
Bruno Alves, right, and Graham Dorrans promote Rangers friendly with Marseille. Picture: SNS.

Bruno Alves rues Rangers’ Euro exit but says ‘we must move on’

Rangers 14

Hearts’ Ian Cathro confident Arnaud Djoum still has role to play


Neil Lennon: Don’t judge Deivydas Matulevicius on Wikipedia


Hearts boss Ian Cathro plays down Ashley Smith-Brown fitness fears

Hearts 3

James Keatings out for up to six weeks with ankle injury

Dundee United
Stuart Manley celebrates on the 18th green after sinking his birdie putt during the Open first round. Picture Ian Rutherford

Stuart Manley says Craig Bellamy was ‘horrible git’

Golf 2

Moira Gordon: Never a classic but Celtic rightly have last word

Moira Gordon
KPMG's Blair Nimmo warned of storm clouds on the horizon for Scotland's companies. Picture: Contributed

Fewer firms going bust, but KPMG warns of challenges ahead

Markets Economy
The sale to Cairn Group has secured 125 jobs in Aberdeen. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Jobs saved as buyer found for Holiday Inn sites in Aberdeen

Media & Leisure
Tenant farmers should have 'nothing to fear' by approaching landlords, said Dr Bob McIntosh. Picture: Michael Gillen

Tenant farmers warned that amnesty clock is ticking

A Peak Scientific employee from 1997 is pictured alongside a 2017 worker. Picture: Contributed

Inchinnan’s Peak Scientific cheers two decades of growth


‘Big six’ energy firms SSE and ScottishPower shed customers

News 3

Sun shines for retailers as clothing sales heat up


Paul Noble: Putting Employee Benefit Trusts in the spotlight


Marmite maker overcomes ‘volatile’ markets with profit hike

Dalzell is the last remaining large plate steel mill in the UK. Picture: Lenny Warren

Reopened plants to produce ‘weathering’ steel for bridges

Companies 2

Bill Jamieson: Predictions of cashless society are premature

Bill Jamieson

Jarvis Cocker on bringing Room 29 to the Edinburgh Festival

Scotland will exit the EU along with the rest of the UK, but the devolution of powers from Europe could prove tricky. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Six Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows targeting Brexit

News 2
A tunnel under the EICC will be playing host to a new "immersive theatre" production of Irvine Welsh's Trainspotting.

The 10 most unusual places to watch an Edinburgh Fringe show

Lifestyle 1
Frankie Boyle at The Stand Comedy Club. Picture: Robert Perry

The big name comedy acts at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017

News 8
Brian "Limmy" Limond . Picture: John Devlin

Comedian Limmy to create crowdfunded online show

The Titan Crane lit up in blue in support of the Scotland Women's National Team. Picture: SNS Group

Glasgow landmarks lit up to support Scotland women at Euros


Brian Ferguson: Leith Theatre is a gem of a venue

Brian Ferguson