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Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland stands in solidarity with London

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Prime Minister Theresa May speaking to MPs in the House of Commons in the aftermath of yesterday's terror attack (photo:PA Wire)

Islamic state claim responsibility for Westminster attack

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Stuart Hogg retains Six Nations Player of Championship award

Scotland

Alex Salmond joins thousands at Martin McGuinness funeral

UK

Indyref2 debate at Holyrood postponed until Tuesday

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Bill Jamieson: Sturgeon setting sail without a rising tide

Opinion

Tom Peterkin: Attacks on London put Scottish politics into perspective

Opinion

Victim of Westminster terror attack named as Spanish mother

UK
Armed patrols have been increased by Police Scotland around key sites following the terrorist attack in Westminster.

Westminster attack: Police Scotland step up armed patrols

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Kenny MacAskill: Case for independence needs a proper answer to currency question

Kenny MacAskill
Clear lines of accountability are vital in the fight against cyber-crime. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Clear command and control needed in cyber-crime war

Financial
NFUS policy director Jonnie Hall gives evidence to the rural economy committee. Picture: Andrew Cowan/Scottish Parliament

Holyrood warned against sudden post-Brexit changes

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon during First Minister's Questions at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. (Photo: Jane Barlow/PA Wire)

Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland stands in solidarity with London

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Skyscanner is a Scottish digital tech success story. The number of jobs in the wider sector could rise to 150,000 by 2021. Picture: Contributed

Digital strategy could lead to tech jobs boost in Scotland

Tech 6

Back to business for defiant MPs after minute’s silence

Politics 1
Theresa May addressing parliament

Westminster terror attack: Theresa May statement in full

News

Alex Salmond joins thousands at Martin McGuinness funeral

UK 40

Bill Jamieson: Sturgeon setting sail without a rising tide

Opinion 44

Indyref2 debate at Holyrood postponed until Tuesday

News 163

Westminster attack: Police Scotland step up armed patrols

News 5
Satisfaction with Lothian Buses' punctuality has fallen to 85 per cent compared to 91 per cent in 2013. Picture: Lothian Buses

Satisfaction with Lothian Buses punctuality at four-year low

Transport 48
Eddie Stobart is set to float on the London market next month. Picture: Contributed

Eddie Stobart motors ahead with £550m flotation plan

Transport

Scottish drivers flock to join car-sharing clubs

Transport 2

Cairngorms Snow Roads scenic route plan on track

News 1

Airline cabin laptop ban to be implemented by Saturday in UK

Transport 1
John Swinney will make the announcement on Thursday.

Hundreds of Scottish headteachers to get ‘leadership training’

Education 19
Kinmylies Primary School in Inverness. Picture: Kinmylies PS

Inverness pupils on flight home after terror attack

Politics
It makes business sense for companies to invest in cyber security. Picture: David Moir

Mandy Haeburn-Little: Business needs cyber-security experts

Opinion
Human rights lawyer Aamer Anwar. Picture: John Devlin

Lawyer Aamer Anwar elected as new Glasgow University rector

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Jim Sillars thinks the Scottish Government should drop their Named Person scheme. Picture: SWNS

SNP should ‘do a Hammond’ over Named Person scheme - Sillars

Politics 10
Teacher may be taught via video link. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Plans for video link lessons to deal with teacher shortage

Politics 7
Last December, the Pisa ratings testing 15-year-olds in more than 70 countries showed Scotlands schools recording their worst ever performance. Picture: John Devlin

Schools urged to face facts over Finns’ superior results

Education 5

Relationships ‘hit the rocks’ due to head teacher workload

Politics 6

Moray primary school in YouTube plea to recruit head teacher

Politics 5

Martin Crewe: Education alone will not close attainment gap

Opinion 1
Two people have been rescued off a mountain in Lochaber. Picture: Paul Parke/EN License

Lost hillwalkers rescued off Lochaber mountain

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The Renault ZOE is among models in the 23 per cent electric Scottish car club fleet. Picture: Carplus

Scottish drivers flock to join car-sharing clubs

Transport 2
The Princess Royal has spoken out in favour of the use of genetically modified (GM) crops, arguing the technology has real benefits. Picture: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Leader comment: Time for change on GM crops

Opinion 3

Video: Chance to spot Northern Lights in Edinburgh tonight

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Scotland's weather: Milder weather ahead after snow chaos

Environment 4

Record dolphin, porpoise and whale sightings during national survey

News 2

Renewable energy firm secures £51m debt facility

News 6
ERI staff are braced for a huge parking hike. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Outcry over rise in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary parking fees

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Sarra Hoy with her son Callum.

Sarra Hoy becomes premature birth charity ambassador

News 3
The Princess Royal has spoken out in favour of the use of genetically modified (GM) crops, arguing the technology has real benefits. Picture: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Leader comment: Time for change on GM crops

Opinion 3
While the right diet is important when keeping cholesterol at bay, exercise remains one of the keys to a healthy heart. Picture: Michael Gillen

Kevan Christie: Time to crack some of the myths about cholesterol

Opinion

Report reveals NHS failing Down’s syndrome patients

UK
Children are not being allowed to play outside until age 10. Picture: Contributed

Average age for allowing kids to play outside alone is 10

Family 1
Women who have used the pill are less likely to have bowel cancer, endometrial cancer or ovarian cancer. Picture: TSPL

Contraceptive pill ‘can ward off cancer’ in women

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Doctor was ‘in panic’ over Pauline Cafferkey’s temperature

News 6

Pauline Cafferkey to give evidence over Ebola case

News

Gill Parker: I have never been a sporty person – but I just love the ‘me’ time of running

Opinion

New baby costs a third of salary as parents pay £184 a week

News 1
Eddie Stobart is set to float on the London market next month. Picture: Contributed

Eddie Stobart motors ahead with £550m flotation plan

Transport
Clear lines of accountability are vital in the fight against cyber-crime. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Clear command and control needed in cyber-crime war

Financial
Next said that 2017 will be 'another tough year' for the retailer. Picture: Paul Faith/PA Wire

Next suffers first fall in profits for eight years

Retail
Administrators said job losses at Brantano were 'inevitable'. Picture: Contributed

Jobs at risk as footwear chain Brantano goes under

Retail

Children not allowed to "play out" until age ten

Family 2

Westminster Attack: Queen’s ‘thoughts and prayers’ with victims

UK

Islamic state claim responsibility for Westminster attack

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Victim of Westminster terror attack named as Spanish mother

UK 5
Police continue their search for the body of Lise Fredette. Picture: Contributed

Edinburgh OAP on trial in Canada accused of murder

Edinburgh

Westminster attack: Donald Trump offers ‘full co-operation and support’

World 2
Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman secretly worked for a Russian billionaire, according to reports. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

Trump campaign chief ‘worked for Russian billionaire’

Politics 6
Smallholder farmers tending their fields in Malawi

Charlie Bevan: Eat into poverty with Malawi rice

Opinion 2

Video: Chance to spot Northern Lights in Edinburgh tonight

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A Buckfast Tonic Wine Easter Egg has gone on sale. Picture: SWNS

Shop flooded with 2,000 orders for Buckfast Easter Egg

Odd 4
The production of whisky creates Baudoinia compniacensis fungus as a by-product. Picture: John Devlin

Couple take legal action against Diageo over ‘whisky fungus’

Odd 3

Man proposes to girlfriend using info board at Glasgow Central

News

‘Human swan’ planning flight over Hebrides

Environment

Jane Bradley: My new pet subject - CPR for dogs

Opinion 2

Monopoly replaces classic tokens with penguin and T-Rex

World
Colin Montgomerie . Picture: Getty

Colin Montgomerie sues former partner for £5 million

News

Colin Dexter, Inspector Morse author, dies aged 86

Books 1
Actor Daniel Portman attends the THREE Empire awards at The Roundhouse (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Game of Thrones actor Daniel Portman voices Indyref2 support

Lifestyle 27
Cilla Black's son Robert has given Paul O'Grady his mum's blessing to take on the Blind Date show (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

Cilla ‘would have loved’ Paul O’Grady taking over Blind Date

TV & Radio
Antares, the newest vessel in the Shetland pelagic fleet

So what’s Patty Hearst got to to with Brexit and Scottish fishing?

Opinion
Professor Tony Trewavas FRS. FRSE. Scientific Alliance Scotland

UK should be generating research into world-changing cold fusion system

Opinion 2
Home care feature. Generic carer image

Good intentions aren’t enough when it comes to a personal care plan

Opinion 1
ex-Royal Marine John McGhee

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Obituary: John Andrew McGhee, Royal Marine, D-Day veteran, Legion d’Honneur recipient and local butcher

Obituaries
File photo dated 19/04/07 of Colin Dexter, author of the Inspector Morse series, who has died at his home in Oxford this morning, his publisher Macmillan has said. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday March 21, 2017. See PA story DEATH Dexter. Photo credit should read: Cathal McNaughton/PA Wire

Obituary: Colin Dexter, crime writer, creator of beer, crossword and Wagner-loving Inspector Morse

Obituaries
Martin McGuinness, who has died at the age of 66. Picture: Getty

Obituary: Martin McGuinness, IRA commander turned statesman

Obituaries 1
Obituary of Monica Cameron

Obituary: Monica Cameron, ex-St Margaret’s School principal

Obituaries
Valerie Surgenor says firms 'should not delay' in preparing for the new regulation. Picture: Contributed

Valerie Surgenor: The impact of privacy rule changes

Law 1
Nicola Sturgeon should be wary of mutiny in the ranks among those who backed independence first time around.

Bill Jamieson: Sturgeon setting sail without a rising tide

Opinion 44
Antares, the newest vessel in the Shetland pelagic fleet

So what’s Patty Hearst got to to with Brexit and Scottish fishing?

Opinion
Professor Tony Trewavas FRS. FRSE. Scientific Alliance Scotland

UK should be generating research into world-changing cold fusion system

Opinion 2

Keith Howell: Is it sensible to give up our UK-ness for a very harsh economic reality check

Opinion
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Skyscanner staff are able to take breaks during their working day in comfy seating zones as well as recreational areas, where games are provided. 


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Cameron Stott: Going into the office will remain relevant

Opinion

William Loneskie: Austerity? For most of us, it’s never been so good

Opinion

John Maguire: Yes, let’s have another referendum – to abolish the House of Lords

Opinion 1

Kenny MacAskill: Case for independence needs a proper answer to currency question

Opinion 52

Leader comment: Britain’s police need to routinely carry guns

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