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Time's Up campaigners storm the red carpet wearing tops reading 'Times Up Theresa' at the EE British Academy Film Awards held at the Royal Albert Hall. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire.

‘Time’s up Theresa’ protesters invade Bafta red carpet

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Paloma Faith reveals she’s a ‘massive fan’ of Nicola Sturgeon

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SNP plan ‘day of action’ to save RBS branches

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Nicola Sturgeon urged to back or sack suspended MSP Mark McDonald

Politics 378

Calls for British boy to be given medical cannabis licence

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The new Hitachi trains have yet to come into service. Photograph: SNS

Railway chief targets Edinburgh-Glasgow in 39 minutes

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Hannah Lewis, 21, from Edinburgh. Picture: Cheshire Police

Edinburgh woman jailed for hiding drug-filled Kinder Egg in vagina

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Scotland make six changes to their Six Nations squad

Six Nations

Hamilton 3 - 5 Rangers: Windass nets hat-trick in high-scoring clash

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Hamilton tweet picture of nasty Lewis Ferguson cut after Rangers game

Premiership 4

Rumour Mill: West Ham eye John McGinn | McLeish needs Rodgers | Rangers boss backs Alves

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Simon Berghan out to get one over on the ‘hated’ English

Six Nations 24

Andrew Smith: Alex McLeish is a questionable appointment

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In pictures: How the players rated in Hamilton 3 - 5 Rangers

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Finn Russell has struggled in the opening two matches. Picture: SNS

Who will start at stand-off for Scotland against England?

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Ross County's Jason Naismith scores to make it 1-1. Picture: SNS/Paul Devlin

Five things we learned from Ross County 1 - 1 Hearts

Hearts
The evidence that the salbutamol Chris Froome took might be a performance-enhancer is sketchy. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Richard Moore: Sketchy evidence behind Chris Froome’s ‘performance-enhancer’

Cycling

Euan McColm: Hats in the ring spoil Sturgeon high wire act

Opinion 78
Oxfam has been at the forefront in helping people like these Haitians queueing for water after an earthquake hit Port-Au-Prince in 2010. 
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Dani Garavelli: Oxfam crisis doesn’t absolve us of our debt

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Obesity is placing a huge burden on the health of our nation, impacting on workplace productivity and sapping the NHS. Picture: Getty Images/Purestock

Leader: Bold action needed to tackle obesity crisis

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The marriage of Prince Nicholas and Alina Binder seems to have been a happy affair but the familys adventures in exile have been colourful to say the least (Picture: Sipa/Rex/Shutterstock)

Jane Bradley: The UK Royal Family have nothing on this lot

Opinion 2
Joe Zevuloni tends a makeshift memorial to honour victims of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. (Picture: Getty)

Timothy Egan: A kid just schooled Donald Trump on mass shootings

Opinion 174
The financial giant was formed through the merger of Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset management. Picture: Graham Flack

Standard Life Aberdeen blow as Lloyds ends major contract

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The fund will be used to boost the tech sector in Stirling. Picture: Donald MacDonald

Stirling looks to boost tech growth with ESM investment

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Craneware co-founder and chief executive Keith Neilson. Picture: Neil Hanna

New deals for Edinburgh health billing software firm Craneware

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Car sales are down in the UK.

Slowdown hits car dealership giant Pendragon

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Jim Duffy: As markets plunge, crypto investors are rightfully smug

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Inflation blow puts possible interest rate rise on the cards

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It's been a shaky start to 2018 for global markets. Picture: AFP/Getty

Bill Jamieson: Time to tread cautiously amid market tremors

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David Alexander: Financial products must match property choices

Six by Nico hopes to replicate its Glasgow success when it opens in Edinburgh later this year. Picture: Contributed

Six by Nico to open in Edinburgh’s New Town

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Charles Edward Stuart and Jacobite supporter Lady Anne Mackintosh, who ordered the Rout of Moy. PICS: Creative Commons.

The failed plot to seize Bonnie Prince Charlie

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Barclay Price at William Macao's grave

Study reveals details of first Chinese citizen who became a Scotsman

Lifestyle
A scene from Clerks, the 1994 comedy which inspired Brett Murray to film a similarly low-budget tribute. Picture: View Askew/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock

Scots filmmakers are shooting stars with tribute to cult movie Clerks

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Ten thought-provoking World Press Photo 2018 entries

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Dunbar to host Stone Stacking European Championships

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