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Food safety controls under threat from no-deal Brexit

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Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab on The Andrew Marr Show yesterday. He said the government is preparing for 'any and every eventuality'. Picture: PA

SNP warns no-deal Brexit leaves Scottish economy facing devastation

Politics 140
Around 15 paramedics in Edinburgh have undertaken additional specialist training. Picture: John Devlin.

Paramedics to take over GPs’ house calls across Edinburgh

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Barclays to create 2,500 jobs at new Glasgow base

Business 4

Cockroaches and mice infest psychiatric hospital kitchens

News 3

Brian Monteith: A new party offers no guarantees of reversing Brexit vote

Politics 15

Edinburgh pub-goers ‘forced to leap out of way’ as car sped towards pub

News 19
Another large fire broke out at Glasgow School of Art for the second time in four years last month. Picture: John Devlin

Glasgow School of Art: Residents may be arrested for breaching cordon

News 20

Rumour Mill: Hibs knock back another McGinn offer | £10m for ex-Rangers striker? | Rodgers wants VAR

Premiership 129

Scottish football transfer LIVE: Celtic make £2m bid, Rangers complete tenth signing, Aberdeen trial goalkeeper

Italy's Francesco Molinari celebrates making birdie on the 18th en route to his Open triumph. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Francesco Molinari shrugs off ‘terrible’ Carnoustie record to win Open

Italy's Francesco Molinari putts a crucial birdie on the 18th during the final day at the Open. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Francesco Molinari wins bragging rights over brother Edoardo


Jordan Spieth frustrated that he let Tiger Woods get to him


Hungover Eddie Pepperell perks up with lowest round of day


Michael Smith hails teenage trio who rescued Hearts

Hearts 2

Dundee 0 - 1 Dunfermline: Pars put Premier side in the shade

Dundee 1
Forfar's Thomas Reilly scored the decisive penalty in the shootout. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

East Fife 4, Forfar 5! Celebrated scoreline finally comes true

League Cup

Tiger Woods didn’t win but he made his kids proud

Alan Pattullo

Tiger Woods didn’t win but he made his kids proud

Golf 1
Hearts Steven Naismith in action against Raith's David McKay. Pic: SNS/Paul Devlin

Six things we learned from Raith Rovers 1 - 1 Hearts

Hearts 16
Hearts take on Cove Rangers as Scottish football returns. Pic: SNS/Gary Hutchison

Aidan Smith: Captain Beefheart a Jambo? I refused to accept it.

Football 2

Everything Rangers fans need to know about Europa League opponents NK Osijek

Rangers 6

Everything Hibs fans need to know about Europa League opponents Asteras Tripolis


Brian Monteith: A new party offers no guarantees of reversing Brexit vote

Politics 15
Ramsay MacDonald, seen with Margaret Bondfield, the first female Cabinet Minister, was Prime Minister when his Labour government collapsed and he formed a national coalition under his leadership (Picture: Central Press/Getty)

Andrew Blick: History shows how May could form grand coalition

Opinion 1
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier gave little reassurance to the UK Prime Minister in his address to the press. Picture: Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP

Euan McColm: Barnier rebuff should shut Boris’s cakehole

Opinion 81
The border issues are a sticking point in the White Paper. Picture: Jane Barlow

David Mundell: There’s no alternative to the Brexit White Paper

Politics 47
A re-enactment of the Jacobites' fateful march from Culloden to Nairn, on 15 April, 1746, the day before their defeat on Culloden Moor. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty

Sir Tom Devine: Revisiting the nation’s historic bestseller

News 2

Accountancy giant EY unveils new partner promotions

Barclays is investing in Glasgow. Picture: Getty

Barclays to create 2,500 jobs at new Glasgow base

Business 4
Bruce Fletcher is set to replace David Stephen. Picture: Roy Riley

RBS names chief risk officer… as GRG deadline set


Cost control is top worry for finance chiefs


Plans for Edinburgh Marina progress with £10m loan to snap up more land

Companies 5

Goals Soccer suffers share drubbing

Retail 1

Gourock goes global as it welcomes US IT company


Aberdeen initiative to unlock 3.5bn barrels of oil

News 3

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


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
The anniversary issue.

Beano celebrates 80th anniversary with guest editor David Walliams

Culture 2
The estate was the site of the Battle of Killiecrankie

Luxury Highland estate on site of Jacobite battle on market for £5m

Lifestyle 7
Workmen continue to dismantle the Mackintosh building at the Glasgow School of Art this week after it was devastated by fire for a second time. Pictures: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty

Work to dismantle the Mack continues following Glasgow School of Art fire

Art 10

Crowds line Princes Street as Edinburgh Festival Carnival gets underway

Lifestyle 6
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