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Theresa May narrowly escapes defeat after caving in to Brexiteers

Politics 121

Brexit campaigns referred to police for breaking spending limits

Politics 6
U.S. President Donald Trump (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin answer questions about the 2016 U.S Election collusion during a joint press conference. Picture: Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Election meddling: Donald Trump sides with Russia against FBI

Politics 98
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Lack of demand puts paid to Holyrood letting out parliament for functions

Politics 10

Darren McGarvey: Beware your inner Trump, the monster inside us all

Opinion 7

Half a million new Scots jobs expected from automation

Politics 2

Paris Gourtsoyannis: May’s Brexit plan is dead on arrival

Opinion 105
Edinburgh Airport was not a pleasant experience for one passenger, Sebastian Allaby. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Sebastian Allaby: Edinburgh Airport’s level of service shames Scotland

Opinion 4
Fettes is set to increase its fees by 5.3 per cent next year, higher than the average hike among private schools. Picture: TSPL

Private school fees set to rise by nearly 4% next year

Education 7

Rumour Mill: Uruguay World Cup ace to Celtic? | Rangers injury blow | Man Utd plan Celtic raid | St Mirren eye Gers defender

Celtic 2

Millwall reject £3m Rangers bid for Jake Cooper as Herrera leaves on loan

Rangers 11
Tiger Woods puts his troublesome back through a stretching exercise during putting practice with compatriot Justin Thomas at Carnoustie. Picture: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

Scotland’s Russell Knox will be in spotlight with Tiger Woods

Golf
Josh Windass completes check-in at Glasgow Airport yesterday as Rangers set off for their Europa League qualifier in Macedonia. Picture: SNS.

‘One goal to kill tie’ says Rangers boss Steven Gerrard

Football 5

Form will be the key as Craig Levein plays numbers game at Hearts

League Cup 3

Celtic Fans TV to launch this week after Champions League qualifier

Celtic 3

Tommy Fleetwood happy to fly under Open radar after Birkdale

Golf

Martin Dempster: This year’s Scottish Open was best yet

Golf 2
Henrik Stenson enjoys an ice dream during a practice round. Picture: Kenny Smith/SNS

Henrik Stenson ready to take his Open chances at Carnoustie

Golf

Aidan Smith: Hibs fans set to lose another hero in John McGinn

Aidan Smith

Aidan Smith: Hibs fans set to lose another hero in John McGinn

Celtic 3

Where Rangers could look next after last week’s double signing

Rangers 3
England Jordan Pickford has been praised for his performances during the World Cup. Pic: Jean Catuffe/Getty Images

Sense of belonging is restored by this triumphant World Cup

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The new signing shares many attributes with current favourite Kyle Lafferty. Picture: Alan Rennie

Why David Vanecek appears to be a long-term replacement for Kyle Lafferty

Hearts 4

Paris Gourtsoyannis: May’s Brexit plan is dead on arrival

Opinion 105
Trump is like a mirror in which we should be able to see what we might become (Picture: Getty)

Darren McGarvey: Beware your inner Trump, the monster inside us all

Opinion 7
Donald Trump is not about to embarrass Vladimir Putin in the way he did with Theresa May (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Why Putin is the only person Trump respects

Opinion 3
Edinburgh Airport was not a pleasant experience for one passenger, Sebastian Allaby. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Sebastian Allaby: Edinburgh Airport’s level of service shames Scotland

Opinion 4
Adders have been doing well because of the recent warm weather

Duncan Priddle: Take a trip to see Tolkein-esque beauty and rare wildife

Opinion
Ruth Davidson officially opened the training hub today. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire.

Google opens Edinburgh training centre

Tech 8
Fraser Sime, regional director for Scotland at Bank of Scotland, said: "Businesses in Scotland have shown great resilience and have continued to adapt to these turbulent times."

Businesses report rising confidence since January

News
Robert Graham-Campbell is CEO of the firm, which has offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth. Picture: Simon Williams

Gillespie Macandrew hails year of growth

Companies

Five Scottish fintech companies to watch in 2018

Tech

More Scottish store closures at Poundworld

Retail

Progress at North Sea’s Catcher field gives boost to Premier

News

Edinburgh football charity helps fans US ‘live their dream’

Companies

Bill Jamieson: Diet of low growth ambrosia has begun to cloy

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Edinburgh hotel launches ice cream roll and square sausage

Food and drink

One of Scotland’s most remote take aways is thriving

Food and drink

In pictures: How to make your own Scottish morning rolls

News 1
A reconstruction of 'The Gunnister Man' whose body was found buried in a Shetland peat bog. PIC: Shetland Museum and Archive.

The mystery of ‘Gunnister Man’ found in a Shetland peat bog

Lifestyle 1
The oldest Highland bagpipes in existence will be played at the clan gathering.  Picture: Jon Savage

Oldest Higland bagpipes in existence to be played at clan meeting

Lifestyle 3
An aerial view of the New Town shows the network of gardens and the importance of tree planting

How the Georgians brought order to Edinburgh’s parks and gardens

Art

Crowds line Princes Street as Edinburgh Festival Carnival gets underway

Lifestyle 6
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