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Reject SNP ‘separatists’ and vote Tory, urges Theresa May

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The EU needs a "serious British response" to its demands to protect citizens' rights, EU President Donald Tusk said on April 29. Picture: AFP/Getty Images/Thierry Charlier

Rights for EU citizens in UK ‘number one priority’, says Tusk

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Ruth Davidson has criticised the First Minister for her tactics following the Brexit vote. Picture: TSPL

Sturgeon made error in trying to ‘weaponise Brexit’, says Davidson

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A fan confronts Celtic captain Scott Brown. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Rangers speak out after pitch invasion and monkey gestures

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Final phase of Cairngorms pylon removal gets underway

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Airdrie bakery closed while outbreak of Hepatitis A investigated

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Nicola Sturgeon urges voters to send Theresa May a message

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Gina Millers campaign will support candidates across the UK opposed to a hard Brexit. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

SNP MPs get boost from Gina Miller fund to stop hard Brexit

Politics

Jane Bradley: Don’t make sport out of pregnancy

Jane Bradley
Ruth Davidson leads the only party in Scotland thats on course to show growing support. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA

Euan McColm: Who’s afraid of the big bad Tories?

Opinion 16
The return of train services to the area would transform Fife

Allen Armstrong: Future of rail depends on Levenmouth line

Transport
Nicola Sturgeon campaigning in the East End of Glasgow yesterday. Picture: Allan Milligan

Leader: Don’t waste chance to pass verdict on delivery of public services

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The EU needs a "serious British response" to its demands to protect citizens' rights, EU President Donald Tusk said on April 29. Picture: AFP/Getty Images/Thierry Charlier

Rights for EU citizens in UK ‘number one priority’, says Tusk

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The Prime Minister is campaigning in Scotland with the message that a vote for the Conservatives would strengthen the economy and the UK's hand in Brexit negotiations.  (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Reject SNP ‘separatists’ and vote Tory, urges Theresa May

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Ruth Davidson has criticised the First Minister for her tactics following the Brexit vote. Picture: TSPL

Sturgeon made error in trying to ‘weaponise Brexit’, says Davidson

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Nicola Sturgeon. Picture: PA

Nicola Sturgeon urges voters to send Theresa May a message

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Leader comment: Gina Miller donation not a game-changer

Opinion 39

David Brooks: Trump’s pond-skater presidency

Opinion 3

First Pole to stand as Aberdeen council election candidate

Politics 21

SNP MPs get boost from Gina Miller fund to stop hard Brexit

Politics 369
Gordon Reid will work closely with the Hillington Road dealership over the next year on a range of events.

Paralympian Gordon Reid joins Lookers Audi as brand ambassador

Retail
The return of train services to the area would transform Fife

Allen Armstrong: Future of rail depends on Levenmouth line

Transport
the former Post Office Railway in London will reopen in July. Photograph: Miles Willis

Tourists to tunnel their way into rail history

Transport
Edinburgh City Council is among local authorities criticised for the low mileage of its electric cars. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Leader comment: Criticism of electric progress unhelpful

Opinion 9

Commuter disruption after lorry overturns on M8

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Four injured after van crashes into bus stop in Clydebank

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Drone came 75ft from EasyJet plane landing at Edinburgh Airport

Transport 18

5-year plan aims to return Prestwick airport to private sector

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Nicola Sturgeon visits Clyde Space, Scotlands first micro satellite company. Glasgow is the hub of the country's growing space sector. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Scotland’s space sector lifts off thanks to funding boost

Tech 1
Germanys scheme to train youngsters shows different mindset

Daryl Teague: We must act to avoid construction skills drain

Opinion 3
Lecturers will picket outside colleges today as strike action across Scotland begins.

College lecturers strike across Scotland over pay deal

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James McCune Smith became the first African American to receive a doctorate. Picture: University of Glasgow

University of Glasgow honours life of James McCune Smith

Education 2
Do we really need to spend money on telling parents to read to their children, asks David Bone

David Bone: Take some reponsibility for yourself

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Oxford University, where students have been issues strict guidelines in a bid to avoid racist behaviour. Picture: Pixabay

University students warned ‘looking away could be racist’

Education 16

‘Fat’ feminist jogger defies PE class persecutors

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Consent should be part of sex education, says MSP

Education 5

Consent needs to be taught as part of sex education, says MSP

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Heriot-Watt signs £2.5m research deal with oil giant Total

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More than 300 redundant pylons are to be removed from the Cairngorms National Park. Pic: PA

Final phase of Cairngorms pylon removal gets underway

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Hebridean Way. Picture: Contributed

All you need to know about the Hebridean Way walking route

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Shoppers in Princes Street, Edinburgh. The capital saw the highest population growth in Scotland in 2016. Picture: Ian Georgeson/JP Resell

Migration sees Scotland’s population reach record high

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Staffin School. Picture: Contributed

Plans unveiled to repopulate Skye crofting village

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Ilona Amos: Sensitive sites need protected if we want plenty more fish in the sea

Opinion 1

David Cole-Hamilton: Emissions cut is win-win

Opinion 15

Scotland’s weather: Snow falls around country

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Val McDermid hopes to raise about �5,000 for the MoonWalk charity which raises funds to tackle breast cancer. Photograph: Greg Macvean

Author Val McDermid intent on tackling 13-mile MoonWalk

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Airdrie bakery closed while outbreak of Hepatitis A investigated

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Despite the best efforts of local butchers, red meat consumption fell after the supermarket horsemeat scandal.

Stephen Jardine: I’ll try the vegetarian way in meat-free May

Opinion 1
Serena Williams won the Australian Open tennis while two-months pregnant but reading too much into this puts unfair pressure on women.

Jane Bradley: Don’t make sport out of pregnancy

Opinion
Scots-born surgeon Ian Patersons operations saw hundreds of patients recalled and dozens receiving payouts from the NHS. Picture: SWNS

Scots surgeon guilty of performing needless breast operations

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A jury has delivered its verdict in the trial of a breast surgeon accused of carrying out "completely unnecessary" operations. Picture; SWNS

Glasgow breast surgeon convicted of carrying out ‘unnecessary’ ops

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Edinburgh Royal Infirmary

Nurse wins £50,000 after slipping on Edinburgh hospital floor

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Deprived ‘more likely’ to be excluded from chronic care

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Private firms barred from role in Scottish benefits system

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Woman with brain aneurysm died after being sent home from hospital

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Kevan Christie: Danger of alcohol’s links with sport being noticed by children

Opinion
Kate and Gerry McCann during an interview at Prestwold Hall in Loughborough on Friday. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Madeleine McCann’s decade: From wristband slogans to fake news

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The EU needs a "serious British response" to its demands to protect citizens' rights, EU President Donald Tusk said on April 29. Picture: AFP/Getty Images/Thierry Charlier

Rights for EU citizens in UK ‘number one priority’, says Tusk

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Gina Millers campaign will support candidates across the UK opposed to a hard Brexit. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

SNP MPs get boost from Gina Miller fund to stop hard Brexit

Politics 369
Scots-born surgeon Ian Patersons operations saw hundreds of patients recalled and dozens receiving payouts from the NHS. Picture: SWNS

Scots surgeon guilty of performing needless breast operations

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Sturgeon’s EU plans rejected over risk of UK trade barriers

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Whitehall terror suspect named

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Labour MPs speak out against Trump state visit

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Ruth Davidson leads the only party in Scotland thats on course to show growing support. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA

Euan McColm: Who’s afraid of the big bad Tories?

Opinion 16
The return of train services to the area would transform Fife

Allen Armstrong: Future of rail depends on Levenmouth line

Transport
CBI figures for April showed a bounce in retail sales. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/Getty Images

Bill Jamieson: Silence speaks volumes about troubled state of UK economy

Business
Allow time for security checks at the airport

James Walker: Top tips for bumper holiday month

Opinion
Nicola Sturgeon campaigning in the East End of Glasgow yesterday. Picture: Allan Milligan

Leader: Don’t waste chance to pass verdict on delivery of public services

Opinion 1
Joey Barton at Ibrox during his abortive spell with Rangers last year. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS Group

Dani Garavelli: Football lost in moral maze over Barton

Opinion 3
Gina Miller won a court battle with the UK Government over the Brexit process. Picture: Getty Images

Leader comment: Gina Miller donation not a game-changer

Opinion 39

Leader comment: Criticism of electric progress unhelpful

Opinion 9

David Brooks: Trump’s pond-skater presidency

Opinion 3

Stephen Jardine: I’ll try the vegetarian way in meat-free May

Opinion 1

Jane Bradley: Don’t make sport out of pregnancy

Opinion
Outrage levels over the Donald Trump presidency may still be high but they are no longer stratospheric as he flips and flops.

David Brooks: Trump’s pond-skater presidency

Opinion 3
Labour MPs have voiced concern about the state visit of President Donald Trump.

Labour MPs speak out against Trump state visit

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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson

Johnson joins election fray with ‘Eton insults’

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Story of 92-year-old Serbian refugee to be told in animation

News 1

Boris Johnson says British military could help US in Syria

Politics 5

Brian Wilson slams US as Cuba energy project launches

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Kenny MacAskill: Despite Trump, the world still needs America to tackle big issues

Opinion 5
Sir Chris Hoy tries out the 'ski-bike'. Picture: Twitter/@chrishoy

Sir Chris Hoy takes up ‘bike skiing’

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Three topiary heads created by Michael Kaplan in his garden. Picture: SWNS

Edinburgh man spends 2,000 hours sculpting ‘head’ hedges

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Couples aer spending almost 20 per cent less on engagement rings.

Amount spent on engagement ring plummets

Odd 2
John Sturrock is Chief Executive and Senior Mediator with Core Solutions Group

John Sturrock: Fight or flight deeply rooted in our ways

Opinion
Man laying loft insulation to make the home more energy efficient

There’s still time for Scotland to deliver the zero carbon future we need to have

Opinion 5
Alastair Keatinge is Partner and Head of Charities at Lindsays

Charities must get care provision under control

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Fiona McEwan carries the 2014 Commonwealth Games baton

Obituary: Fiona McEwan, accomplished sportswoman and Commonwealth Games official

Obituaries

Appreciation: Bill Copland, radiology specialist and retired Surgeon Captain in RNR

Obituaries
Brian Sunners, 84, of Lake Katrine, died Tuesday, April 18

Brian Sunners, capital graduate who emigrated to Canada

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Robert M Pirsig working on a motorcycle in 1975 (William Morrow via AP)

Obituary: Robert M Pirsig, author of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

Obituaries

Still Game’s Ford Kiernan fined for Glasgow bar outburst

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Tom Hardy, as a witness described how the actor was seen apprehending a suspected moped thief. Picture: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Actor Tom Hardy catches moped thief after chasing him

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Sir Elton John has cancelled a series of shows in the US. Picture: Billy Benight/PA Wire

Sir Elton John suffering from “potentially deadly” infection

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Mark Millar’s journey from Glasgow to Gotham

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Girl band 
Bananarama
. Picture: contributed.

Bananarama are back - and will be touring all their hits

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