The Scotsman

Phillip Hammond warned, UK faces Brexit ‘black hole’ of £84bn

Business 20

Shona Robison calls on drinks industry to end minimum price fight

Health Secretary Shona Robison has called on drinks industry chiefs to accept a court ruling to allow the introduction of "lifesaving" minimum alcohol pricing in Scotland.

Politics 42
Heathrow airport. Picture: complimentary

Scotland will get ‘significant benefits’ from Heathrow expansion

Transport 51

Theresa May ‘told bankers about Brexit dangers before ref’

Theresa May has been accused of ignoring her own “dire warnings” about the consequences of a so-called hard Brexit after a recording emerged of her setting out fears for the economy.

Politics 2
Cliff Richard and the Shadows at the SECC, Glasgow. Picture: TSPL

BBC ‘struck deal with police over Cliff Richard home raid’


Stephen Kinnock: “democratic argument” for second independence referendum

News 74

Gay Scots to be "automatically" pardoned for historic offences

Politics 67

Drivers warned of major disruption as M74 closure confirmed

Transport 6
Ecclesgreig Castle, St Cyrus, Aberdeenshire. The property has not been lived in since the 1950s. PIC Contributed.

Then and now: Five Scottish castles fading from the landscape

News 4
Timothy OShea  says things will get worse after Brexit. Picture: Kate Chandler

Edinburgh University principal in ‘catastrophic’ Brexit warning

Politics 111

Aidan Smith: Hollywood feeling the heat in role as prime cake-burner

SFA chief executive Stewart Regan has said he will do all in his power to try to make Karamoko Dembele a Scotland player. Picture: SNS

Scotland face fight with England over Karamoko Dembele

Celtic 3
Celtic's Erik Sviatchenko has a goal disallowed. Picture: SNS

Judging the referee’s performance in Rangers 0 - 1 Celtic

League Cup 21
James Keatings has scored one goal for Hibs this season

Hibs striker James Keatings ruled out for six weeks

Hibernian 14

Brazil’s 1970 World Cup-winning captain Carlos Alberto dies


Rap pioneer’s father was a Celtic hero and club’s first black footballer

People & Places 2

Betfred Cup final: Aberdeen and Celtic to get 50-50 split

League Cup 10

Vern Cotter ‘disappointed’ after being ousted by Scotland

Scotland 2
Robert Snodgrass injured his ankle during Hull's defeat on Saturday. Picture: Michael Gillen

Robert Snodgrass ruled out of England-Scotland clash

Xcite has its operational headquarters in Aberdeen. Picture: Craig Stephen

Oil company Xcite Energy heading for liquidation

News 1
David Frost is leaving the Scotch Whisky Association to work for Boris Johnson. Picture: Contributed

Scotch Whisky Association chief steps down

BHS is among the names to have disappeared from the high street. Picture: Greg Macvean

Fears for high street as store closures accelerate

Retail 3
Stuart Lunn is the chief executive and co-founder of LendingCrowd. Picture: Contributed

SME boost as LendingCrowd lands seven-figure funding deal


Robertson completes £20m project for Glasgow Caledonian

Companies 1

Space data outfit boosts environmental monitoring

Tech 1
Scottish Friendly chief executive Fiona McBain. Picture: Contributed

Change at the top for Scottish Friendly

Forests have been long associated with dark happenings and supernatural events. PIC Contributed.

Six Scottish ‘haunted’ woodland spots with a dark past