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Lords inflict first damaging Brexit defeat on Theresa May

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Nicola Sturgeon moves closer to calling independence vote

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RyanAir has launched a new route from Belfast to Malta.

RyanAir launches Edinburgh flight sale to mark new route

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Artist's Impression of how Leith Street will look once works are complete

Leith Street to be shut for 10 months as part of St James revamp

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Advocate General for Scotland fined after firearms offence

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Teacher told to watch American sitcom to know Asperger’s

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Bike lift planned to haul Edinburgh cyclists up The Mound

Transport

Colorado man claims to be ‘rightful king of Great Britain’

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The licence fee is set to increase in April. Picture:  Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

TV Licence to rise to £147 next month

UK

Paris Gourtsoyannis: May’s cautious response to indyref2

Paris Gourtsoyannis

PMQs: May accused of Brexit "power grab" on farming and fishing

Politics 44
Nicola Sturgeon casts her vote at the 2016 Scottish Parliamentary election. The SNP retained power but lost its overall majority. Picture: SWNS

SNP lost majority ‘not caused by Green list vote’

Politics 21
Pig production offers an opportunity for newcomers to farming. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Fergus Ewing promises more land for new farmers

Farming 11
Financial hubs such as Edinburgh could 'feel the pain' of Brexit, writes Martin Flanagan. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Martin Flanagan: Brexit’s impact on finance jobs

Financial 3

Lords inflict first damaging Brexit defeat on Theresa May

News 28

Nicola Sturgeon moves closer to calling independence vote

News 772
The 11 Supreme Court justices (Picture: Supreme Court/PA Wire)

Supreme Court rules against council over parental rights bid

Politics

David Mundell: Scotland ‘will be handed more powers’

UK 21

Brexit: UK ministers snub Holyrood’s Europe committee

UK 24

Poorest Scots children ‘20x more likely to be in care’

News 15

Scottish courts service calls for ‘digital transformation’

News 2
RyanAir has launched a new route from Belfast to Malta.

RyanAir launches Edinburgh flight sale to mark new route

News 1
The Inverness proposal for Millburn Road

Bike lift planned to haul Edinburgh cyclists up The Mound

Transport 19
Artist's Impression of how Leith Street will look once works are complete

Leith Street to be shut for 10 months as part of St James revamp

News 30
Using a mobile phone at the wheel could cost some drivers their licences from today. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

New advert shows texting at wheel twice as dangerous as drink driving

Transport 1

Abellio chief to take over ScotRail as Verster quits

Transport 3

Flybe plane makes emergency landing at Edinburgh airport

News 8

Video emerges of cyclist on Glasgow’s Kingston Bridge

News 5

Fine for using mobile phone while driving to double

UK 23
Edinburgh College staff are to strike tomorrow. Picture; Toby Williams

Edinburgh college lecturers to go on strike

News 1
Big Bang Theory's character Sheldon  Cooper (centre) has Asperger Syndrome

Teacher told to watch American sitcom to know Asperger’s

News 2
Aamer Anwar is standing for rector at Glasgow University. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Aamer Anwar bids to become Glasgow University rector

Education 10
1 in four pupils in Scotland need extra support. Picture: TSPL

One in four Scottish pupils need extra support

Politics 1
Structural changes in teaching are failing in the classroom. Picture: John Devlin

DE Johnston: SNP is responsible for fall in school standards

Opinion 7
An artists impression of the plans for the University of St Andrews. Picture: Contributed

500 jobs to be created in £24m boost for St Andrews University

Education 1
Pupils in the library at the new Portobello High School in Edinburgh. Picture: Ian Georgeson/JP Resell

Library staff in Scottish schools ‘down by third’ since 2010

Education 14

Leader comment: Parents’ voices must be heard over single-sex state school

Opinion 9

Single-sex state school in Glasgow facing calls to admit boys

News 13

Scot emulates Shackleton and Scott with Polar Medal win

Environment 2
Cross-breeding with domestic cats is the key threat to survival of the native Scottish wildcat as a distinct species

New campaign launched to save Scotland’s elusive wildcat

Environment 5
Trees for Life wildlife office Becky Priestley with a red squirrel trapped near Culloden that was released later the same day near Plockton.

Ilona Amos: Return of the red squirrel is a welcome sight after 50-year absence

Opinion 1

Consumers switching of energy suppliers reaches six year high

Environment 5

Many countries ‘stricter on game hunting rules’ than Scotland

Environment 11

Bid to save Scots red squirrels gets lottery funding boost

Environment 3

GM pigs could help battle world swine disease

Environment
Key waiting time targets have again been missed.

Leader comment: Honest debate to restore our sickly NHS to health

Opinion 2
Brian Sloan, Managing Director of Age Scotland Commercial Enterprises

Brian Sloan: Ethics vital in fundraising for older people

Opinion
Tackling obesity vital says charity as weight linked to 11 cancers. Picture: PA

Obesity increases risk of 11 cancers, says charity

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NHS Scotland figures show a number of  key targets are being missed  and the gap is widening. Picture: PA

Opposition parties on attack over ‘missed NHS waiting times’

News 9
Alcohol misuse is the cause of 22 deaths per week in Scotland and sales are higher than elsewhere in the UK. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Alcohol ‘kills 22’ in Scotland a week and hospitalises 600 more’

Health 47
For Celtic and Scotland, Billy McNeill was a defensive rock and an attacking threat with his head. He now suffers from dementia. Picture: SNS

Aidan Smith: Billy McNeill - a legend who fills all our memories

Opinion 2
Bee Hull, Jonny Owen and Emily Park. Picture: Edinburgh University

Edinburgh University medical students strip naked for organ appeal

News 1

One in three cancer sufferers in Scotland has no savings

Health

David Tennant closes Glasgow Film Festival with RD Laing biopic

Lifestyle

Michael Jamieson retires after opening up on depression battle

More in Sport 6

Celtic legend Billy McNeill’s wife speaks out on his dementia

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The licence fee is set to increase in April. Picture:  Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

TV Licence to rise to £147 next month

UK 14
Boots is to close 220 of its 320 photo labs. (file photo: Michael Gillen.)

Boots to close 220 of 320 in-store photo processing labs

Retail 2
Twitter is to add a new 'mute' function to users' timelines

Twitter to add long-awaited mute function on timelines

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Scottish Secretary David Mundell. Picture: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

David Mundell: Scotland ‘will be handed more powers’

UK 21

Fine for using mobile phone while driving to double

UK 23

Brexit: UK ministers snub Holyrood’s Europe committee

UK 24

Brexit: Tory expert group warns against separate Scots deal

UK 13
The Queen ascended the throne in 1952. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Colorado man claims to be ‘rightful king of Great Britain’

News 18
President Donald Trump addresses a joint session of the US Congress. Picture: Win McNamee/Getty Images

Donald Trump heralds ‘new chapter of American greatness’

World 13
Surrounded by families of victims, solicitor Kylie Hutchison, from law firm Irwin Mitchell, reveals plans to sue travel giant TUI. Picture: Getty Images

Tunisian attack victims to sue travel firm TUI after inquest

UK
The Queen ascended the throne in 1952. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Colorado man claims to be ‘rightful king of Great Britain’

News 18
An extra hot sauce is being launched. Picture; Michael Gillen

Nando’s launch ‘hottest sauce yet’

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The young deer is now being treated by SSPC. Picture: contributed

Firefighters rescue young deer caught in fence

News 1
The moment that Hollywood realised a huge mistake had been at the Oscars. Picture: Getty

Leader comment: Best comedy… the 2017 Oscars

Opinion

‘GoatMan’ to reveal all at Edinburgh science festival

Odd

Warning to hang up on ‘Can you hear me?’ phone scam

News 12

Dog in charge of protecting Queen at Balmoral retires

UK 2

Deadly nerve agent used in Kim Jong Un brother assassination

Odd 3
Stephen Fry has recorded the complete collection of Sherlock Holmes mysteries. Picture: Getty Images

Stephen Fry records Sherlock Holmes audio books

Books 1
Sir Patrick Stewart with Scottish artist Frank To. Picture: SWNS

Sir Patrick Stewart learning to paint with young Scots artist

Celebrity
Jordan Horowitz, producer of "La La Land," shows the envelope revealing "Moonlight" as the true winner of Best Picture. Picture: AP

Alistair Harkness: Oscars mix-up was life imitating art

Film 4
David Tennant in 'Mad To Be Normal'

Film review: Mad to be Normal

Film
Callum Thorn holding cheque for North Lanarkshire Young Carers

Callum Thorn: Play your part as a young carer

Opinion
Brian Sloan, Managing Director of Age Scotland Commercial Enterprises

Brian Sloan: Ethics vital in fundraising for older people

Opinion
First Bus.  Trainee drivers undergoing training at the First Bus depot in Cathcart Road, Glasgow.

Let’s drive the future with better training

News
Jim Forsyth - obit

Jim Forsyth, Russian linguistic, literary and ethnohistorical scholar

Obituaries
Sir Gerald Kaufman in Hebron in 2010. HAZEM BADER/AFP/Getty Images

Sir Gerald Kaufman, Labour Party politician

Obituaries
Graeme Mitchell obit

Graeme Mitchell, chemistry teacher and ‘walking encyclopaedia’

Obituaries
Financial hubs such as Edinburgh could 'feel the pain' of Brexit, writes Martin Flanagan. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Martin Flanagan: Brexit’s impact on finance jobs

Financial 3
Key waiting time targets have again been missed.

Leader comment: Honest debate to restore our sickly NHS to health

Opinion 2
Elaine Henrys Word Power Books in Edinburgh is a true independent bookseller but there is also a place for big name retailers like Waterstones. Picture: Jon Savage

Martyn McLaughlin: Outrage aimed at Waterstones is misdirected

Opinion
Professor Kenneth Gibb, Director of Policy Scotland, University of Glasgow

The six key issues that could decide May’s council elections

Opinion
Despite fears of a Brexit-induced collapse, appetite for M&A remains strong, argues Cahal Dowds. Picture: Contributed

Cahal Dowds: Better the deals you know after Brexit

Management 2
STV made television history when it became the first broadcaster in the UK to televise a Scottish court hearing live and in full in 2015. Picture Lesley Donald

Leader comment: Bring on digital courts

Opinion

Chris Marshall: Selling the future of Scottish policing will be no easy task

Opinion 1

Scott Macnab: SNP has dealt with identity politics

Opinion 68

Ayesha Hazarika: Labour running around in ever-decreasing circles

Opinion 2

Calum Murray: Construction must grasp collaboration

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