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Simon Calvert (left) with campaigners opposed to compulsory "state guardians" plans at the Supreme Court. Picture: Contributed

Campaigners blast government’s Named Person pack for parents

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Video: Kelvingrove organist pays tribute to Hillsborough victims

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Scottish Resistance consign manifestos ‘to bin of history’

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Brian Wilson: Still fighting the one-party state

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Ivan Sproule pictured at the Hibs Training Centre in June 2011 after signing on for a second spell in green and white. Picture: Greg Macvean

Ivan Sproule announces retirement from football at age of 35

Riyad Mahrez celebrates a goal for Leicester - but the Algerian has revealed he escaped from a trial with St Mirren. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Rumour Mill: Mahrez ‘escaped St Mirren trial on bike’ | Desmond wants Keane | Rangers ‘like Leicester’ says Waghorn

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Character is as important as ability to Rangers manager Mark Warburton. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Mark Warburton won’t let ‘bad characters’ ruin Rangers

Riyad Mahrez in action for Leicester. How different his career might have been... Picture: AFP/Getty images

Riyad Mahrez ‘fled St Mirren trial after borrowing bike’

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Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour hits a return during her win over Denmark's Anna Thea Mansen in the semi-finals of the European Badminton Championships in France. Picture: Jean-Francois Monier/AFP/Getty Images

Scot Kirsty Gilmour through to European badminton final

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