The Scotsman

Sturgeon upbeat over first talks on Scots staying in EU

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Swinney plays down fears over ‘doomed’ child abuse inquiry

EDUCATION secretary John Swinney has tried to allay fears about the future of Scotland’s child abuse inquiry after a key panel member quit in protest at government interference.

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Spain has long been seen as a stumbling block for an independent Scotlands EU membership. Picture: AP

Spanish prime minister says Spain will block Scots EU deal

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Corbyn defiant as Angela Eagle swoops to replace him

Angela Eagle is expected to announce her leadership challenge to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn today as he reaffirms that he has the mandate to carry on.

Finlay Mair, five, was one of the thousands of Remain supporters that gathered outside the Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh. Picture: Jane Barlow

In pictures: Thousands of Remain supporters gather in Edinburgh

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JP Morgan ‘expecting Scottish independence and new currency’

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Saima Ahmed may have visited Portobello before disappearing

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Gordon Brown says UK could copy Norways deal. Picture: PA

Brexit is worse than Suez, says Gordon Brown

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon held talks with European leaders this week regarding the future of Scotland's membership of the EU. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Brexit one week on: Six questions that need to be answered

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Bill Jamieson: Why the doom-mongers are wrong

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Celtic's first summer signing Moussa Dembele, was unveiled after his move from Fulham. Picture Rob Casey/SNS

Moussa Dembele looks to emulate Henrik Larsson at Celtic

Grant Holt has penned a one-year deal to become Neil Lennon's first signing for Hibs.  Picture: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

New Hibs striker Grant Holt says he’s here to score goals

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Lee Hodson spent three-and-a-half months on loan at Kilmarnock. Picture: SNS

Comment: Lee Hodson to provide solid reserve for Rangers

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Scott McDonald to turn down approach from Hibs - reports

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Comment: ‘Why England Lose’ was proven right again

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Edinburgh are set to take on a familiar face in Tim Visser

Edinburgh Rugby handed tough European Challenge Cup draw

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Vodafone said it would take 'whatever decisions are appropriate'. Picture: Chris Ison/PA

Vodafone could move HQ out of UK in wake of Brexit

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Dixons Carphone says it can prosper despite Brexit

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The Roslin-based company has joined forces with Griffith Universitys pioneering Institute for Glycomics in Queensland. Picture: Youtube

Arrayjet wins six-figure deal with institute in Australia

Carpet chain Tapi is rolling into Straiton Retail Park. Picture: Contributed

Son of ‘carpet king’ to roll out new Lothians store


Stagecoach sells Megabus Europe arm as profits slide

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‘Plastic roads’ start-up impresses Sir Richard Branson


Robertson lands £600,000 East Renfrewshire deal

The award-winning photo. Picture: 
Warren Richardson

Award-winning image of Syrian refugee goes on display at Holyrood

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One of the sculptures destined for the Oor Wullies Bucket Trail . Picture: Contributed

‘Army’ of Oor Wullie sculptures unveiled on Dundee streets

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Kyle of Durness. Picture: Nick Drainey

Scottish walks: Four of the best this summer holiday

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Timo Aho's When Little Worlds Collide. Picture: Robert Perry

Art review: Glasgow School of Art Degree Show 2016