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Theresa May under fire over ‘grubby deal’ with DUP

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Forensics improvements have not been carried out in Scotland. Picture: Jon Savage

Police forensic improvements not delivered, says watchdog

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Donald Trump: Travel ban clear victory for national security

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Edinburgh vet student killed in crash awarded posthumous degree

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What will reaction be to Nicola Sturgeon’s postponement of indyref2?

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Euan McColm: SNP sceptics close in on Nicola Sturgeon

Yemenis gather to carry home food rations provided by Mercy Corps

Michael McKean: Yemen - a war that’s slipped under the radar

Opinion
Forensics improvements have not been carried out in Scotland. Picture: Jon Savage

Police forensic improvements not delivered, says watchdog

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Theresa May has called for speeding up of cladding tests. Picture: Philip Toscano - WPA Pool/Getty Images

Theresa May leads calls to speed up cladding tests

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visits the Computershare's new office to announce new jobs in the city. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Scotland is being left behind in jobs boom

Politics
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (L) poses for a picture with Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Arlene Foster at 10 Downing Street. Picture: DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images

Deal keeps Tories in power, but DUP could come back for more

Politics
Theresa May wants to end the anxiety of EU nationals. Picture: AFP PHOTO / PRU

ID cards planned as Theresa May sets out offer to EU citizens

Politics
Joe Strummer was often protrayed as a punk revolutionary when he fronted The Clash, but was actually a former public schoolboy. This was conveniently overlooked. Picture: PA

Euan McColm: Rock ’n’ roll’s rejection of middle class doesn’t stand up to scrutiny

Opinion

Darren ‘Loki’ McGarvey: If we can’t criticise the SNP, then what sort of society do Yessers want?

Opinion 2

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Offer on citizens will leave EU cold

Opinion

Unfamiliar focus at Highland Show festooned with politicians

Farming 11

Graham Birse: Getting down to business over Brexit

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Meghan Ambrozevich-Blair, 26, who died in a car crash the day after her final exam and has been awarded a posthumous first-class honours degree. Picture; PA

Edinburgh vet student killed in crash awarded posthumous degree

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Video: On board the HMS Queen Elizabeth

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A third of motorists say driving changes don't go far enough.

Motorists say driving test changes don’t go far enough

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US Supreme Court reinstates Donald Trumps travel ban. Picture: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images

Donald Trump: Travel ban clear victory for national security

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Jeremy Corbyn pledges to return railways to public ownership

Transport 6

Airports ready for holidays take-off as thousands fly out for summer breaks

Transport 13

Passengers face delays on one in four Scottish flights

Transport 21

New look for historic Edinburgh University student union

Lifestyle
Meghan Ambrozevich-Blair, 26, who died in a car crash the day after her final exam and has been awarded a posthumous first-class honours degree. Picture; PA

Edinburgh vet student killed in crash awarded posthumous degree

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Video: On board the HMS Queen Elizabeth

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Test your knowledge in our Harry Potter quiz.

Quiz: How well do you know Harry Potter?

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Virgin Media users are said to be at risk. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Thousands of customers ‘at risk’ following Virgin Media hack

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John Swinney prefers  to focus on 'governance' rather than 'budget cuts and staffing issues'. Picture: PA

Brian Wilson: The SNP are great at asking for your views – but nobody’s listening

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Experimental bone growth treatment saves dog’s leg

Tech

Pupils taught to help classmates at risk of ‘honour’ violence

UK 3

Billy Connolly receives honorary degree from Strathclyde

Education 15
Greenpeace has brought its ship the Beluga II on an expedition of scientific research around Scotland, sampling seawater for microplastics and documenting the impact of ocean plastic on some of the UK's most precious marine life.

Greenpeace voyage highlights impact of plastic pollution

Environment
Eating insects could help tackle climate change - Edinburgh bakery Patissier Maxime serves cakes made with beasties and bugs as ingredients.

Ilona Amos: Eating with the planet in mind offers food for thought

Opinion
The Engine Shed, Scotland's �11m new conservation hub for historical buildings and monuments, has opened at a former munitions store in Stirling. Picture: Rob McDougall

Building conservation hub opens at Stirling munitions depot

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Responsible business makes economic sense

Management

Gillian Bruce: Firms can cash in on recycling

Opinion

Labour to bring forward bill to ban fracking in Scotland

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Growers urged to cash in on rising appetite for fruit and vegetables

Environment 1
Protesters wearing oxygen masks  gather outside Holyrood to call for the life-saving cystic fibrosis drug, Orkambi, to be made available on the NHS in Scotland. Picture: Jon Savage

Cystic fibrosis campaign launches with sufferers visiting Holyrood

UK
Middle-aged office workers spend more time sitting than older pensioners, research from the University of Edinburgh reveals.

Constant sitting health risk for middle-aged office workers

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Aneurin Bevan talks to the NHS's first patient Sylvia Diggory, 13, at Trafford General Hospital in 1948.  Picture: Trafford Healthcare NHS Trust/PA

How do we give the NHS a healthy balance sheet?

Opinion 1
From l to r: Professor David Clark OBE from the University of Glasgow, Lene Jarlb�k from REHPA - Knowledge Centre for Rehabilitation and Palliative Care, Professor Merryn Gott from the University of Auckland and Richard Meade from Marie Curie  Experts debate end of life care in hospitals

Scotland lagging behind in delivery of end of life care

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The Sun can help alleviate symtoms of eczema. Picture: Getty Images

Exposure to sunlight can alleviate eczema symptoms

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A nurse tends to a patient at the Unfallkrankenhaus Berlin (UKB) hospital in Marzahn district. Picture: Theo Heimann/Getty Images

Cash-strapped health service pay £2,500 a day for locum doctors

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Kayla Doohan was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was just 20.

Brave Livingston mum ‘one of youngest Scots to get breast cancer’

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Street pharmacies to aid city’s rough sleepers

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Fury as staff crisis shuts St John’s children’s ward - again

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Nicholas Kristof: Mass killer Opioids met with a shrug

Opinion 1

Doddie Weir thanks well-wishers following MND announcement

News 1
Holland & Barrett, which employs more than 4,200 people, has been sold to a fund controlled by Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman. Picture: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Russian billionaire buys Holland & Barrett for £1.8bn

Retail 1
Theresa May has called for speeding up of cladding tests. Picture: Philip Toscano - WPA Pool/Getty Images

Theresa May leads calls to speed up cladding tests

UK
Co-op Bank said the plans would safeguard its 'values and ethics'. Picture: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Co-op Bank halts sale process amid rescue deal hopes

Financial
Sage chief Stephen Kelly says Scotland boasts 'incredible' levels of innovation. Picture: Contributed

Sage chief hails Scotland’s ‘vibrant’ SME community

Tech

Bill Jamieson: Who is the victim in Barclays court action?

Financial

Cystic fibrosis campaign launches with sufferers visiting Holyrood

UK

Police officers injured in London protest over man’s death

UK

Theresa May under fire over ‘grubby deal’ with DUP

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Yemenis gather to carry home food rations provided by Mercy Corps

Michael McKean: Yemen - a war that’s slipped under the radar

Opinion
Eating insects could help tackle climate change - Edinburgh bakery Patissier Maxime serves cakes made with beasties and bugs as ingredients.

Ilona Amos: Eating with the planet in mind offers food for thought

Opinion
Joe Strummer was often protrayed as a punk revolutionary when he fronted The Clash, but was actually a former public schoolboy. This was conveniently overlooked. Picture: PA

Euan McColm: Rock ’n’ roll’s rejection of middle class doesn’t stand up to scrutiny

Opinion
Dogs and tail-docking proved to be a red line for some SNP supporters, says Darren McGarvey. Picture: Ian MacNicol/AFP/Getty Images

Darren ‘Loki’ McGarvey: If we can’t criticise the SNP, then what sort of society do Yessers want?

Opinion 2
The new building proposed next to Teviot Row House
, between Bristo Square and George Square in Edinburgh.

Leader comment: University must build a consensus

Opinion
Theresa Mays efforts to earn the trust of EU leaders ahead of Brexit negotiations seriously backfired. Picture: Getty Images

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Offer on citizens will leave EU cold

Opinion
'We have a university sector renowned for its data science capabilities,' says Robin Huggins of MBN Solutions. Picture: John Devlin

Robin Huggins: Managing data key to commercial progress

Tech

Mark Flynn: Weaning the world from its love affair with oil

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Graham Birse: Getting down to business over Brexit

Management 1

Bill Jamieson: Who is the victim in Barclays court action?

Financial

Leader comment: £1bn bribe to stay in power will come at a heavy cost

Opinion 5
Yemenis gather to carry home food rations provided by Mercy Corps

Michael McKean: Yemen - a war that’s slipped under the radar

Opinion
EY said that one in three 'digitally active' consumers now use fintech on a regular basis. Picture: Shutterstock

Fintech set for further surge after leap in take-up

Financial 1
A tourist boat packed with passengers for the holiday weekend sunk, leaving at least six people dead and 15 missing. Picture: Juan Quiroz via AP

Party boat sinks leaving at least six dead in Colombia

World
First Lady Melania Trump, President Donald Trump, Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin, Louise Linton, Vice President Mike Pence, and Second Lady Karen Pence pose at the wedding of Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin and Louise Lintonat Andrew Mellon Auditorium in Washington, DC. Picture: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for LS

Scottish actress married to President Trump’s Treasury secretary

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1,000 forced to flee Spanish national park as fire spreads

World

148 killed in Pakistan after oil tanker bursts into flames

World

Donald Trump among guests at Louise Linton’s wedding

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Police thwart terrorist plot at Islam’s holiest site

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English actor Reg Varney (1916 - 2008) makes the first withdrawal from a Barclaycash machine, at the Enfield branch of Barclays Bank. Picture: B. Marshall/Fox Photos/Getty Images

Fifty years since ‘hole in the wall’ appeared on high streets

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Mhairi posing in her new T-shirt, which sported a hilarious anti-Trident logo. Picture: Twitter

Mhairi Black posts humorous anti-Trident T-shirt pic on Twitter

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The front of Cheryl Murphy's car was taken over by a swarm of bees. Picture: SWNS

Woman ‘stunned’ after thousands of bees ‘take over her car’

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Undated PA file photo of the album cover of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Beatles (1967). PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday June 1, 2007. It was 40 years ago today that The Beatles released their seminal album Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and it is still causing a stir - at least in the world of academia. The album, released in the UK on June 1 1967, is regarded by critics and fans alike as the most influential album of all time. See PA Story SHOWBIZ Albums. Photo Credit should read: PA/PA Wire

John Sturrock: Mediating between Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club band

Opinion
Paul Harper is a Partner at Lindsays

Paul Harper: When is a strict rule of thumb not a a strict rule of thumb?

Opinion
Pam Loch is Managing Director of Loch Associates Group and Managing Partner of Loch Employment Law.

Pam Loch: Adult ADHD symptoms need careful handling

Opinion
Carla Fendi in Milan (AP Photo/Giuseppe Aresu, file)

Obituary: Carla Fendi, Italian luxury goods designer and member of famous fashion family

Obituaries
This undated photo provided by the University of California Santa Cruz shows Jerry Nelson, an astronomer who designed advanced telescopes that help scientists glimpse far reaches of the universe. The University of California, Santa Cruz, where Nelson was a professor emeritus, said Nelson died June 10, 2017, at his home. (Don Harris/University of California Santa Cruz via AP)

Obituary: Jerry Nelson, ground-breaking telescope designer

Obituaries
Stuart Bruce Laing

Obituary: Stuart Laing, eminent and highly-motivated analytical research chemist

Obituaries
Football coachTony DiCicco has died at the age of 68. Picture: AP

Obituary: Tony DiCicco, football coach who led US women’s team to World Cup glory

Obituaries

Scottish actress married to President Trump’s Treasury secretary

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Neighbours have rallied around Susan Boyle after the singing star was subjected to vile abuse by a group of youths. File picture: John Devlin

Police called after gang of youths ‘abuse Susan Boyle’

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Katy Perrymade the gaffe while performing on the Pyramid Stage at the Glastonbury Festival. Picture: PA

Katy Perry mocked for calling Saltire ‘blue flag with an x’

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Sienna Miller pictured with Lost City of Z co-star Charlie Hunnam. Picture: Getty Images

Sienna Miller speaks out on film industry’s gender pay gap

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Video: Johnny Depp jokes about Donald Trump assassination

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