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Ian Blackford: Indyref2 gives voters chance to have say on Brexit deal

General Election
Britain is between a rock and a hard place and the only thing left to do is climb.

Picture: Switzerland Tourism - By-Line: swiss-image.ch/Christian Perret

Lesley Riddoch: leaving EU is simpler than staying in

Opinion

Royal Bank of Scotland axes more than 400 jobs in India move

Financial

Gordon Wilson, former SNP leader, dies at 79

Politics

Jim Sillars’ tribute to former SNP leader Gordon Wilson

Politics

Brian Monteith: Ruth Davidson must choose her path at crossroads

General Election

Euan McColm: SNP sceptics close in on Nicola Sturgeon

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was among the many politicians to visit the Royal Highland Show. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Unfamiliar focus at Highland Show festooned with politicians

Farming
'A hard Brexit would be disastrous for trade, for jobs and for stability,' argues Graham Birse. Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Graham Birse: Getting down to business over Brexit

Management
Action is needed in areas such as education, skills, childcare, procurement, business support, and the work of the enterprise agencies, said MSPs. Picture: PA

Ministers urged to develop strategy to tackle gender pay gap

News
Cladding being removed from one of nine high rise blocks in Salford. Picture: PA

Holyrood to probe safety of high-rise blocks following Grenfell

News
Britain is between a rock and a hard place and the only thing left to do is climb.

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Lesley Riddoch: leaving EU is simpler than staying in

Opinion 19

Jim Sillars’ tribute to former SNP leader Gordon Wilson

Politics 5

Scottish actress married to President Trump’s Treasury secretary

Lifestyle 1
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in the Greenpeace area at Glastonbury Festival. Picture: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

Jeremy Corbyn pledges to return railways to public ownership

Transport 5
Edinburgh airport expects to handle more than 2.6 million in July and August. Picture: Ian Rutherford

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

Transport 13
Flights at Edinburgh suffered the most delays in the year to March, according to analysis of official Civil Aviation Authority figures. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Passengers face delays on one in four Scottish flights

Transport 21

Stagecoach battles against headwinds at bus operation

Transport 2

Loch Lomond tourist road to be widened after tunnel rejected

Transport 11

School bus involved in crash near Blair Drummond Safari Park

Transport

Alastair Dalton: Taking a city centre bus can be no quicker than walking

Opinion 6
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

Opinion 70
Eva with her owner, Fiona Kirkland, and surgeon William Marshall. Picture: Martin Shields

Experimental bone growth treatment saves dog’s leg

Tech
Bright Choices leader Angela Voulgari.

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

UK 3

Billy Connolly receives honorary degree from Strathclyde

Education 15

Police attend incident at Edinburgh’s Royal Infirmary

News 4

US-style behaviour programme set for Scottish schools

Education 4

First graduate-level medicine school to tackle GP staffing crisis

Health 2

Inspectors find four new city schools with defects, MSPs hear

News 10

Responsible business makes economic sense

Management
Unwanted books are recycled so they dont end up in landfill. 
Picture: Jacky Ghossein

Gillian Bruce: Firms can cash in on recycling

Opinion
Protestors against fracking. Picture Michael Gillen.

Labour to bring forward bill to ban fracking in Scotland

News 3
A competitor struggles to control her horse during the Grand Parade at the Royal Highland Show. Photograph: Ian Rutherford

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

Environment 1

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

Odd 3

Botanic Garden told to rethink after Inverleith House closure

Culture 2

Professor Wayne Powell: Food for thought at the biggest agricultural event on the calendar

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

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

News
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

News
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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Street sleepers often suffer from mental and physical illness and addiction. Picture: John Devlin

Street pharmacies to aid city’s rough sleepers

News
St Johns Hospital, Livingston
. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

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

News 14

Nicholas Kristof: Mass killer Opioids met with a shrug

Opinion 1

Doddie Weir thanks well-wishers following MND announcement

News 1

Gordon Aikman wins top award for his MND campaigning

News

Experimental bone growth treatment saves dog’s leg

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

Monday interview: Stephen Kelly, chief executive of Sage

Tech
Bill Jamieson wonders where the injured party is in Barclays' Qatari case. Picture: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images

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

Financial

Police officers injured in London protest over man’s death

UK
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

1 arrest, 6 hurt after car strikes pedestrians at Eid event

UK 3

Calls for broadcasters to be patriotic over Brexit branded ‘sinister’

Politics 23

Angry tenants defy evacuation order as 34 blocks fail fire tests

UK 9

Confessions of a convicted child porn sex offender

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
Electric vehicles are likely to speed the transition away from oil. Picture: Michael Gillen

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

News
'A hard Brexit would be disastrous for trade, for jobs and for stability,' argues Graham Birse. Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Graham Birse: Getting down to business over Brexit

Management
Bill Jamieson wonders where the injured party is in Barclays' Qatari case. Picture: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images

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

Financial
Britain is between a rock and a hard place and the only thing left to do is climb.

Picture: Switzerland Tourism - By-Line: swiss-image.ch/Christian Perret

Lesley Riddoch: leaving EU is simpler than staying in

Opinion 19
The magical Gladstones Land is more on the radar of tourists and research visitors than Scots. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Kirsty Gunn: Tartan fudge is a poor substitute for a ‘Land’ we can all call home

Opinion
Unwanted books are recycled so they dont end up in landfill. 
Picture: Jacky Ghossein

Gillian Bruce: Firms can cash in on recycling

Opinion

How do we give the NHS a healthy balance sheet?

Opinion 1

Katie Docherty: Volunteering can lead to more than the feel-good factor

Opinion

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

Opinion

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

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
First Lady Melania Trump, President Donald Trump, Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin, Louise Linton, Vice President Mike Pence, and Second Lady Karen Pence.  (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for LS)

Donald Trump among guests at Louise Linton’s wedding

News 7
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

Lifestyle 1
The fire started overnight and had by morning encroached on the Donana National Park at Moguer in the southern region of Andalusia.
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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

Police thwart terrorist plot at Islam’s holiest site

World 1

Turkey bans gay pride march over ‘safety concerns’

World 2

China landslide: 120 buried as rocks and earth crush homes

World
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’

Odd 3
Loganair Cabin Crew Chloe Stott (centre) with her mum Katy Stott (right) and grandmother Freida Devin. Picture: PA

Daughter of first baby born on Loganair joins airline’s cabin crew

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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
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

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

Obituaries
Darren Simpson, right, with co-hosts on The Best in Australia  (Foxtel via AP)

Obituary: Darren Simpson, Belfast-born chef who became an Australian TV star

Obituaries

Scottish actress married to President Trump’s Treasury secretary

Lifestyle 1
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’

News 13
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’

News 50
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

UK 4

Video: Johnny Depp jokes about Donald Trump assassination

Celebrity 5