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Book review: Dead Men’s Trousers, by Irvine Welsh

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Owen Smith sacked from Corbyn’s shadow cabinet after Brexit call

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SNP win by-election to become biggest party on Midlothian Council

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In Pictures: ‘Power grab’ protesters encircle Scottish Parliament

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SNP MP says Russia tried to ‘exploit’ Indyref

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Scotland hit by rise in cyber sex crime

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Scotland’s weather: Beast from the East 3 to bring heavy snow

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Picture: Ben Stansall

Jeremy Corbyn questioned over support for anti-Semitic mural

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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (L) greets European Council President Donald Tusk. Picture: Daniel Leal

EU ambassador to Moscow recalled over Russian nerve agent attack

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Niko Kranjcar released from his contract with Rangers

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Csaba Laszlo, left, is hoping Bilel Mohsni can shore up his defence. Picture: SNS Group

Csaba Laszlo: Bilel Mohsni can be a ‘bad boy’ if he shores up defence

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Ann Budge admits Ian Cathro mistake and targets permanent Naismith deal

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Rumour Mill: Mignolet to Celtic? | Mohsni’s EPL dream | Martin keen to stay

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Alex McLeish aims to bring back ‘fervour’ for national side

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Scotland boss Alex McLeish vows to instil winning mentality

Scotland 5

Charlie Mulgrew feared relegation would harm cap chances

Scotland 1

Scot Gemmill claims Andorra painted pitch green for U21 game

Scotland 1

Roddy Smith: Smaller cricket World Cup puts cash ahead of growing the game

Josh Windass reacted angrily to a fan criticising his work rate on Twitter after Rangers lost again in the Ladbrokes Premiership to Kilmarnock. Picture: SNS

The complex relationship between Josh Windass and the Rangers support

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Why Moussa Dembele is still a big-game player despite his ‘struggles’

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St Johnstone's Blair Alston fouls John McGinn. Picture: SNS

Why the referee didn’t send off Blair Alston against Hibs

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Martyn McLaughlin: Diversity training doesn’t cure racism

Opinion 89
Vladimir Putin is playing a geopolitical game the West is struggling to figure out (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Ayesha Hazarika: Reality is making McMafia look like Call the Midwife

Opinion 20
Scottish Youth Theatre in a production of Dye in the Goldfish Bowl

Leader comment: Sturgeon right to save Scottish Youth Theatre

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The Royal Highland Show, Ingliston, Edinburgh. Picture: Toby Williams

David Jackson: Royal Highland Show is a huge boost to the Scottish economy

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Ruth Davidson: Real Conservatives fight climate change

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From left, Alex Smith of SThree, Keith Brown MSP and Paul Lewis of Scottish Enterprise. Picture: Martin Shields

Staffing business SThree to generate hundreds of jobs with Glasgow move

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A Carpetright store in London. Picture: Wikimedia Commons

Carpetright puts jobs under threat as it explores CVA

Kingfisher operates more than 1,100 stores including its B&Q brand. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

B&Q group sees takings tumble amid ‘uncertain’ outlook

BT is hiring more apprentices. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Spark signals jobs boost as BT hires more apprentices


Plans for hotel development at ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie’ site

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Scottish aerial imaging start-up secures funding deal

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North Sea oil and gas outlook remains ‘uncertain’

Energy 3

Scotland’s digital tech industry expects a ‘positive’ 2018

Hammerson's portfolio includes Aberdeen's Union Square

Group behind Union Square development says ‘non’ to French bid

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David Alexander: Financial products must match property choices

7 exciting food and drink festivals happening in Edinburgh this year

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The Bon Vivant, Edinburgh has been awarded a coveted worldwide drinks award for their cocktails. Picture: Malcolm McCurrach

High spirits as cocktail scene takes off in Edinburgh’s New Town

The three Forth bridges at sunset. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA

Battle of the bridges: But which Forth bridge is best?

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In pictures: inside the unique world of Harris Tweed

The Honourable Mrs Gordon of Fyvie, painted in '1822 by James Giles, now hangs in Fyvie Castle, Aberdeenshire. PIC: NTS.

Lost portrait of maid who became lady of castle goes on show

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Cally Louise Taylor. Picture: PA

The Fear is the fifth psychological thriller by author CL Taylor


Photo quiz: Scotland or the Caribbean? You decide

The nuclear submarine HMS Revenge is arrives at Rosyth naval dockyard in April 1980.

Emergency at sea – the crisis on a nuclear sub that had to stay secret

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