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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn voted against Trident renewal in July 2016. Picture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Labour ‘not going back’ on decision to support Trident

More than 50 per cent of Scots would be willing to pay more tax to help boost the NHS. Picture: John Devlin

Majority of Scots ‘would pay more tax to help NHS’

News 35

Labour pushes for publicly owned railways after ScotRail ‘misses targets’

News 14

Text messages ‘could be used to remind accused of court dates’

News 6
Opinion is slit over whether or not the Glasgow School of Art building should be rebuilt.

Dani Garavelli: Don’t commit to Mack Mk3 in heat of moment

Opinion 31

Douglas Rae, former Morton chairman, dies at 87


Rumour Mill: Celtic keen on Man Utd star | Rangers eye former Hibs ace | Liverpool starlet linked with Ibrox switch

Rangers 150

Argentina 15-44 Scotland: First-half blitz stuns Pumas

Scotland 8

Scot Gemmill – helping to shape Scotland’s future

Scotland 1

Josh Taylor eyes world title shot after toppling Viktor Postol

Boxing 2

Iain Morrison: Impressive display but Horne and Hastings stars of the show

Scotland 4

Tim Henman tells tennis fans not to expect Andy Murray miracles


England’s Dele Alli unlikely to face Panama in World Cup

The hugely indulged Neymar pouted, sulked and threw himself to the ground.  Picture: Guiseppe Cacace/Getty Images

Aidan Smith: Answering ‘Steak and chips’ in a Q&A has produced the cult of Neymar


Stephen Halliday: David Goodwillie and football’s moral maze

Stephen Halliday

Stephen Halliday: David Goodwillie and football’s moral maze

Clyde 5
Scotland No 8 David Denton can use his power to penetrate the Argentina defence. Picture: �Fotosport/David Gibson

Allan Massie: David Denton can be free-running powerhouse we need

Scotland 1
Peter Haring. Pic: Steindy

Five stats that would’ve attracted Hearts to new signing Peter Haring

Hearts 5
Finlay Pretsell's movie gives us an up-close view of cyclist David Millar in the latter part of his career.

Richard Moore: Film on David Millar’s decline shows there’s no sentiment in sport

Cycling 2
Aberdeen will take on Sean Dyche's side in the Europa League. Picture: Getty

Four reasons why Aberdeen might shock Burnley

Aberdeen 5

John McLellan: What is that First really worth?

The modern versions of the 'virtual assistant' ' Apple's Siri or Amazon's Alexa have been given female voices, presumably after much market research and focus group planning. Picture: Contributed

Jane Bradley: Pioneer of AI will be turning in his grave

Opinion 3
The World Cup is leaving Russian fans overjoyed ' and contact with foreigners could help to change attitudes there. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Brian Wilson: Russia is getting stronger, and the UK must begin engaging

Politics 38
Rebekah Widdowfield is the CEO of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Rebekah Widdowfield: Enlightened dialogue need to build the world we live in

Opinion 3
Brigid Simmonds, Chief Executive of Scottish Beer and Pub Association.

Brigid Simmonds: Don’t let the taps run dry – pubs are crucial for the economy

Opinion 2
Jade Holland Cooper. Picture: submitted

Fashion entrepreneur Jade Holland Cooper on her Scottish influences


House of Fraser to close stores and slash 6,000 jobs

News 2
Currency traders at Worldwide Currencies Ltd in London's Canary Wharf stand at their desks to cold call during 'power hour'. So-called 'robo-trading' is reducing demand for such practices. Picture: PA

How machine learning is transforming the stock exchange

Financial 1

Lesley Murphy: There’s no place like home for working


Edinburgh Archangels syndicate recognised after record year


Rocketing demand for data science skills by students and firms


Lord Haughey named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018

Airbus employs 14,000 people at 25 sites across the country

Aerospace giant Airbus threatens to quit UK in event of hard Brexit

Companies 69

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

Ten best Edinburgh restaurants to dine in on a summer evening

Food and Drink

In pictures: How to make your own Scottish morning rolls

News 1
Mull is running out of cemetary space. Picture: Geograph

Grave problem for islanders as Mull runs out of cemetery space

News 7
The estate is on the market for 2.78m.

Argyll estate which inspired the Dam Busters raid put up for sale

Lifestyle 1
Actress Kelly Macdonald arrives on the red carpet for the opening night of the 2018 Edinburgh International Film Festival. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Kelly Macdonald calls for end to ‘madness’ of male-dominated film industry

Film 28
If you don't want to miss out on the best shows and deals, it's time to book your Fringe tickets (Photo: Shutterstock)

15 Edinburgh Fringe comedy shows you should book now to avoid disappointment

Producer Chris Young is overseeing the project

Inbetweeners producer praised for film and TV school vision for Skye

TV & Radio 1
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