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David Davis rules out separate Scottish Brexit deal

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Greens could withdraw support from the SNP without ‘real change’

Greens leader Patrick Harvie will today warn the SNP it must commit to “meaningful, progressive change” or lose the support of their pro-independence allies on domestic policy.

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Minimum pricing has received the backing of the Court of Session. Picture: TSPL

Whisky industry loses battle over minimum drink price

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SNP wins alcohol minimum price court battle

The Scottish Government has won its legal battle to introduce alcohol minimum pricing in Scotland after the Court of Session today kicked out an objection by the drinks industry.

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Highest phone box in UK saved following Highland protest


Theresa May snubbed at EU dinner in Brussels

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Pontoon plan to revive Stirling’s harbour link to the Forth

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Stirling Castle was the last stronghold of resistance against Edward I in 1304. PIC Ian Rutherford/TSPL

War Wolf - the world’s biggest catapult - built to take a Scottish castle

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Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled legislation for a second independence referendum

Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May clash over indyref2 proposal

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Joyce McMillan: Sinister creep of racism blights UK

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Scotland's Marc Warren putts during the second round of The Portugal Masters at  Victoria Clube de Golfe. Picture: Stuart Franklin/Getty

Richie Ramsay and Russell Knox on scoring spree

Where will the match be won and lost this Sunday at Hampden? Picture: John Devlin

Rangers v Celtic: Betfred League Cup semi-final key battles

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Lee Wallace and Scott Brown will lead their sides out at Hampden this Sunday at 14.15. Picture: SNS

Rangers v Celtic: Where to watch, kick-off time, likely line-ups

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Lee Wallace and Scott Brown will lead their sides out at Hampden this Sunday at 14.15. Picture: SNS

Rangers v Celtic: Where to watch, kick-off time, likely line-ups

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Why James Forrest could be Celtic’s Old Firm match-winner

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Five talking points ahead of Rangers v Celtic semi-final

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Celtic boss has no qualms of sticking with Kolo Toure

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M&G Investments is led by Anne Richards, formerly of Aberdeen Asset Management. Picture: Ian Georgeson

M&G Investments to resume trading in property fund

Furniture and fashion brand Laura Ashley is to close its concessions within Homebase stores next year following the chain's takeover by Australian conglomerate Wesfarmers. Picture: Contributed

Scottish business wire: Pick Protection | BAT | Heathrow

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From left: Cathcart co-founders Sam Wason and Gordon Kaye with Nick Macdougall, who heads the firm's Bangkok office. Picture: Contributed

IT recruiter Cathcart aiming to double Thailand team

Rebecca Pick with her Personal Guardian attack alarm, set to launch next year. Picture: Contributed

Glasgow safety alarm start-up secures £744,000 funding

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Nintendo takes on Sony and Microsoft with new console


AECC developer Henry Boot rides out ‘uncertain’ market


Landowners told to get mobile mast deals organised


Tobacco giant BAT eyes £38bn merger with Camel owner

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The FSB said online services do not fill the gap left by boarded-up bank branches. Picture: John Stillwell/PA Wire

Small firms raise fears over pace of bank closures

The eerie orange clouds lit up the skies above Falkirk. Picture: Lesley McKenzie

Unusual orange clouds seen in skies above Scotland

Irvine Welsh is in the running for Scotland's major book prizes with new Francis Begbie novel The Blade Artist

Irvine Welsh and James Kelman up for Saltire Literary Award

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