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Brexit: SNP MPs demand rerun of EU referendum amid Vote Leave probe

Politics
Cliff Richard arrives at the Rolls Building in London to hear the ruling of the dispute that he has with the BBC. Picture: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

Sir Cliff Richard awarded £200k after winning case against BBC

UK

Donald Trump’s Turnberry firm paid £50,000 by US Government for weekend visit

Politics
Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock has quit the Labour Party, party sources have confirmed. Picture: PA Wire

Corbyn critic John Woodcock quits Labour Party

Politics

Revealed: Hidden toll of tragic veterans ‘falling through the cracks’

News

Teenage boy’s body recovered from Paisley reservoir

Paisley

Ruth Davidson: Putin-sychophant Trump will never destroy Western democracy

Opinion

US secret service agent dies after stroke during Trump visit to Scotland

News

Scottish football transfer LIVE: Latest on Celtic and John McGinn, £30m for Parkhead favourite, Aberdeen star to leave

Premiership

Ruth Davidson: Putin-sychophant Trump will never destroy Western democracy

Ruth Davidson

Jo Swinson slams "breaking of trust" on pairing for maternity leave

Politics 3
Angus MacNeil called for IndyRef2 'within a year'

SNP MP Angus MacNeil calls for IndyRef2 ‘within a year’

Politics 3
Janet Archer is steppind down from Creative Scotland following a difficult year for the agency. 'Picture: Neil Hanna

Creative Scotland chief executive quits following funding row

Theatre 32
The Scottish Parliament, Holyrood. Picture: TSPL

MSPs ‘should pay’ for free gym at Holyrood

Politics 7

Brexit campaigns referred to police for breaking spending limits

Politics 111
Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock has quit the Labour Party, party sources have confirmed. Picture: PA Wire

Corbyn critic John Woodcock quits Labour Party

Politics

SNP criticised for soft-touch justice as home detention curfew breaches rise

News 18

Revealed: Hidden toll of tragic veterans ‘falling through the cracks’

News 16

Brexit: SNP MPs demand rerun of EU referendum amid Vote Leave probe

Politics 177
The Priscilla got into difficulty on the Caithness Coast. Picture: Maritime and Coastguard Agency

Cargo ship runs aground in Pentland Firth

Transport
The accident happened on the B769 Stewarton to Irvine road near West Lambroughton. Picture: Google Maps

Driver dead and two passengers in hospital after Ayrshire crash

News
Southgate Underground tube station on the Piccadilly Line has been rebranded with Gareth Southgate's name by TFL. Picture: Getty Images

London Tube station renamed in honour of Gareth Southgate

UK 2

Off-duty East Lothian police officer killed in A7 motorbike crash

News

Delays on Edinburgh rail services due to signalling fault on Forth Bridge

News

New Boroughmuir High School ‘already too small’

Education
The school summer holidays cost parents almost �750 per child. Picture: contributed

Parents pay £124 a week for holiday childcare

Education 2
Boroughmuir High School in Edinburgh will need a �4.1m upgrade to take in an additional 300 pupils. Councillors said the rise in numbers could not have been predicted. Picture: Greg Macvean

Months after opening school already too small to cope without extension

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

Scottish private schools to hike fees as tax relief set to end

Education 141
Agnijo Banerjee wouldn't have achieved international success at a maths competition without the teachers at Grove Academy in Dundee, his father said

Leader comment: Teenager’s maths genius is a credit to his teachers

News 3
The fast-track teaching course has been officially accredited

Fast-track teaching course to plug Scottish gaps gets go ahead

News
While New York's thousands rush to crowded restaurants and congested lunch counters for their noon day lunch, these intrepid steel workers sat atop the 70-story RCA building in Rockefeller Center

Virtual reality therapy can help ‘cure’ fear of heights

News

Melvyn Roffe: Scotland must get ‘China ready’ by teaching Mandarin

Opinion 9

Kenneth R. Ross: Deep friendship changing lives here and in Malawi

Opinion 1

Quarter of Aberdeen University must be repaired within ten years

Education 1

Manish Jethwa: Glasgow can be the UK’s landmark low-emission city

Opinion 2
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 1
The River Clyde is becoming "choked" with plastic given its close proximity to the population and large scale public events, campaigners say. PIC: John Devlin/TSPL.

River Clyde becomes “choked” with plastic

Environment
The sun is set to make an appearance again this week, with the country reaching peak temperatures of early 20C (Photo: Shutterstock)

Will Scotland get the sunshine back this week?

News

Leader comment: The real fear about sharks

Opinion 11

Warm weather toxic algae surge a ‘threat to pets’

News 1

Christine Jardine: The polluted air she breathed killed my mum

Opinion 10
Prince Harry has spoken movingly about his mental health problems related to the death of his mother (Picture: Getty)

Steve Cardownie: You’re not alone in mental health battle

Opinion
Nicola Sturgeon wears her 'Choose Love' T-shirt at the Pride march in Glasgow. Picture: SNS

Kezia Dugdale: Sturgeon can have no “pride” over HIV services

Opinion 24
David Hagen (left) runs at John Philiben of Motherwell in a game at Fir Park in 1995. Picture: TSPL

Ex-Hearts and Rangers star David Hagen diagnosed with MND

News
Simon Gillespie, chief executive at the British Heart Foundation said the figures point towards an 'emerging and very urgent challenge'. Picture: contributed

Heart disease patients with multiple illnesses ‘in need of more help’

News
Test Blood Glucose For Diabetes in Pregnant Woman With Glucometer

Diabetes expert urges national strategy to prevent disease

UK 7
Up to 4 per cent of the UK population have a sex addiction

Experts urge more support to combat online porn addiction

News 3
Jennifer Ure Stewart with her son Luke who received 14 sets of treatment in Mexico for an aggressive brain tumour. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Mother has ‘no regrets’ over taking dying son to Mexico

News 2

Overnight carers will not be paid minimum hourly rate, court rules

News

Women warned talcum powder increases cancer risk

News 4

Class A drugs seized in East Lothian drugs raid following tip off

Health

Hayley Matthews: Pre-natal depression hit hard after praying for baby

Opinion
Cliff Richard arrives at the Rolls Building in London to hear the ruling of the dispute that he has with the BBC. Picture: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

Sir Cliff Richard awarded £200k after winning case against BBC

UK
A barbecue was held on a tombstone. Picture: Yorkshire Post

Family ‘caught barbecuing on tombstone in graveyard’

UK
Former US first lady Michelle Obama. Picture; PA

Michelle Obama ‘passionate about service’ but not interested in running for president

UK 18

Steve Cardownie: You’re not alone in mental health battle

Opinion

Ruth Davidson: Putin-sychophant Trump will never destroy Western democracy

Opinion 35

Leader comment: There must be no cover-up of veteran suicides

Opinion 2

Ian Swanson: Trump’s chaotic visit was par for the POTUS course

Opinion 8

Jim Duffy comment: Ageing nation needs protection from profiteers

Opinion

Manish Jethwa: Glasgow can be the UK’s landmark low-emission city

Opinion 2

Willie Rennie: SNP’s claim it would save BiFab looks like empty rhetoric

Opinion 106
Journalists must follow the money when trying to understand the 45th President of the United States. Picture: Jonh Devlin

Martyn McLaughlin: Media must cover Trump with purpose and aggression

Opinion 13
Prince Harry has spoken movingly about his mental health problems related to the death of his mother (Picture: Getty)

Steve Cardownie: You’re not alone in mental health battle

Opinion
Donald Morrison presents the ABB Scotland's Community Betting Shop of the                                             Year award to the Ladbrokes Dunoon team of Yvonne Love, Caroline Guchine and Lucy Richmond

Top accolade for betting shop staff who really care about their clients

Opinion

Leader comment: Fake memories can fool us all

Opinion

Ruth Davidson: Putin-sychophant Trump will never destroy Western democracy

Opinion 35

Leader comment: There must be no cover-up of veteran suicides

Opinion 2

Kezia Dugdale: Sturgeon can have no “pride” over HIV services

Opinion 24

Ian Swanson: Trump’s chaotic visit was par for the POTUS course

Opinion 8
Billionaire Elon Musk has apologised to a British cave diver after calling him a "pedo guy". Picture: AFP/Getty

Elon Musk apologises to British cave diver for ‘pedo’ comment

World

Donald Trump’s Turnberry firm paid £50,000 by US Government for weekend visit

Politics 177
Journalists must follow the money when trying to understand the 45th President of the United States. Picture: Jonh Devlin

Martyn McLaughlin: Media must cover Trump with purpose and aggression

Opinion 13
Wannabe tough guy Donald Trump seems drawn to Vladimir Putin's thuggish strength (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Ruth Davidson: Putin-sychophant Trump will never destroy Western democracy

Opinion 35

Donald Trump back tracks over Russia interference comment

Politics 6

Ian Swanson: Trump’s chaotic visit was par for the POTUS course

Opinion 8

Joy as World Cup ‘comes home’ to France

Football 3

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

Opinion 56
A barbecue was held on a tombstone. Picture: Yorkshire Post

Family ‘caught barbecuing on tombstone in graveyard’

UK
Brew Dog are to offer dog parties.

Brew Dog to offer ‘dog parties’ at Edinburgh bar

News

Ginger emojis are finally coming to iPhones and iPads

Odd
Donald Morrison presents the ABB Scotland's Community Betting Shop of the                                             Year award to the Ladbrokes Dunoon team of Yvonne Love, Caroline Guchine and Lucy Richmond

Top accolade for betting shop staff who really care about their clients

Opinion
Curating 'Conversations' has become a key part of the programme at the Macrobert Arts Centre.

Kathryn Welch: Sharing the stories and experiences of Scotland’s modern Traveller culture

Opinion
David Watt is Chief Executive of Arts & Business Scotland

David Watt: Claiming tax relief for museums and galleries need not be too taxing

Opinion
Morton chairman Douglas Rae in 2007 (Picture: SNS Group Craig Williamson)

Obituary: Douglas Rae, businessman and chairman of Greenock Morton football club

Obituaries
Gerald Cameron with the European Cup

Obituary: Gerald Cameron, Fife businessman and one of the original members of the Tartan Army

Obituaries
English Conservative Party politician and newly appointed Secretary of State for Defence, Peter Carington pictured sitting at his desk in the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall, London in June 1970. (Photo by Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Appreciation: Lord Carrington by James Douglas-Hamilton

Obituaries
Derrick O'Connor in,1999. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)

Obituary: Derrick O’Connor, Hollywood hard man who honed his skills on the Edinburgh stage

Obituaries

Chef’s wife screams out running to de-stress

Celebrity
Jodie Whittaker will become the first woman to play the Time Lord in Doctor Who. Picture: Colin Hutton/BBC/PA Wire

First look at new Doctor Who series gives glimpse of Jodie Whittaker in action

TV & Radio
Former Rangers manager 'Graeme Souness

Ex-Rangers manager Graeme Souness savages England Cup tactics

News 12
England manager Gareth Southgate celebrates after the FIFA World Cup quarter-final win over Sweden. Picture: Tim Goode/PA Wire

British Airways gives out waistcoats on Moscow World Cup flight

News 6
The former first lady is following in the footsteps of her husband, who also hosted a dinner with the foundation at the EICC last year. Picture: PA

Two pupils chosen to attend dinner with Michelle Obama in Edinburgh

News 8
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