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Philip Hammond accused of RBS fire sale to pay for Brexit

Politics 164
Health experts have suggested a minimum prce for tobacco in Scotland

Health experts pushing for minimum price for tobacco in Scotland

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Kenny MacAskill: Drivers must not act like the NRA

Opinion 48

Alex Salmond on RT: UK facing ‘total humiliation’ over Brexit

News 105

Three cups of coffee a day cuts risk of early death finds study

News 1

Kezia Dugdale says politics is ‘her life’ ahead of I’m A Celebrity debut

Politics 24
The proposed extension to the 19th century Teviot Row House student union in Edinburgh proved unpopular. Picture: Contributed

Controversial plan to extend Teviot Row House dropped by university

Education 5

Budget 2017: Tax break for faltering North Sea oil industry

Politics 14

Rumour Mill: Rodgers bristles at reporter | reason for Bruno Alves’ absence | Rangers accused of ‘lacking class’

Premiership 286
Leigh Griffiths congratulates Neymar after the match. Picture: Getty Images

Paris St-Germain 7-1 Celtic: PSG run riot as gap in quality shows

Celtic 249
Olivier Ntcham keeps tabs on Neymar. The French midfielder was a faint bright spot on a night to forget for Celtic. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Five things we learned from Paris Saint-Germain 7-1 Celtic

Celtic 17
Sean Maitland faces the media at the Oriam, Edinburgh, ahead of Scotland's final autumn test against Australia.

Sean Maitland eager to play his part in Townsend’s vision


Paris St-Germain 7-1 Celtic: How the Celtic players rated

Celtic 13

Brendan Rodgers: Celtic will bounce back for Betfred final

Celtic 4

Celtic linked with Astana striker, could make bid in January

Celtic 4

Australia fume after pitch mix-up disrupts training session

Scotland 4
Peter Hartley, centre, could be just 90 minutes away from a first cup winner's medal. Picture: SNS

Peter Hartley relishing shot at cup glory with Motherwell


Five reasons for Falkirk’s dreadful 2017/18 campaign so far

Craig Fowler

Bill Jamieson: I bring a warning from the Ghost of Brexit-Yet-to-Come

News 10
All the wind farms in the world wont suffice to hit emissions targets without action to target the combustion engine. Picture: Stephen Mansfield

Kenny MacAskill: Drivers must not act like the NRA

Opinion 48
There has been concern that the worried well could be taking up time better spent with the genuinely ill

Kevan Christie: How we the public can help over-stretched GPs

Opinion 2
Paul Gascoigne scores against Scotland in Euro 96, a goal celebrated by England fans - and Gordon Brown. (Picture: Ted Blackbrow/ANL/REX/Shutterstock)

Tom Peterkin: What’s wrong with Richard Leonard supporting England?

Opinion 4
Philip Hammond looked confident as he headed to parliament to deliver his budget. (Picture: Getty)

Leader comment: Biggest risk to UK economy hardly mentioned in Budget

Opinion 3
Michael Jones, Fishers MD. Picture: Contributed

Canadian firm buys Fife laundry firm Fishers

The fashionable retailer said it is pursuing an "ambitious" rollout plan, with growth driven by consumer demand. Picture: Contributed

Quiz Clothing sees jump in revenue as online sales rocket

Majority shareholder David Adams has sold the business. Picture: ACG

Management buyout announced by Adams Consulting Group


Social lender SIS issues funding challenge


How big data is being used to tackle chronic disease in Scotland

News 1

Ineos flexes muscles with fresh North Sea takeover


BP sells interest in North Sea assets in £300m deal

Nick Freer of Founding Partners

Nick Freer: Don’t let sky-high valuations dominate thinking


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

Spirit flows on the Clyde as Glasgow’s Clydeside Distillery officially opens

Food and Drink

Top five places in Scotland for a St Andrew’s Day meal

Food & Drink
Liam Gallagher will perform at Glasgow Green in June. Picture: PA

Liam Gallagher to headline Glasgow's TRNSMT festival

Alexander McCall Smith has agreed to create the operetta to support fundraising efforts by colleagues at the Faculty of Advocates.

Alexander McCall Smith writes operetta inspired by child slavery case

"Brandon Flowers sounded like someone doing Killers karaoke in a faraway recalcitrant dodgem car." PIC: Rob Loud

Music review: The Killers, Hydro, Glasgow

The Great Fire of Edinburgh lasted for five days and destroyed many historic buildings on the Royal Mile. Picture: Wikimedia Commons

How the Great Fire of Edinburgh helped create the modern fire service


Brian Ferguson: Radical thinking required for Royal Mile

Brian Ferguson