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Government defeated heavily in Lords on ‘meaningful’ Brexit vote

Politics
CYBG has agreed a brand licensing agreement with Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group as part of the deal. Picture: Contributed

Clydesdale name to go in Virgin bank deal

Business

Lord Sewel: Brexit legislation is 'not a power grab'

Politics

Art school investigation “very complex,” says fire chief

News

Theresa May tells SNP to spend £2bn on Scottish NHS

Politics

Door closed on devolution deal, David Mundell tells the SNP

Politics

Scottish Tory MP says office was attacked night after SNP Commons walkout

Politics

Lesley Riddoch: How Scotland could learn from Iceland’s World Cup success

Lesley Riddoch

Theresa May tells SNP to spend £2bn on Scottish NHS

Politics 357
David Dimbleby has been the regular host of Question Time since 1994

Search for new Question Time host as David Dimbleby announces exit

TV & Radio 4
It would mark the weakest annual growth since 2009, when the economy was in the throes of the global financial crisis.

UK economy set for weakest year of growth since 2009

Business 6
Theresa May was speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday

Calls for Theresa May to come clean over £20bn ‘Brexit dividend’

Politics 252
Almost three in five councils employees believe their local authority no longer provides quality services. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Most council workers say authorities no longer provide quality service

Politics
Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark. Picture: Robert Perry

Kirsty Wark tipped to take over from David Dimbleby on Question Time

Politics

Government defeated heavily in Lords on ‘meaningful’ Brexit vote

Politics 38

Scottish Tory MP says office was attacked night after SNP Commons walkout

Politics 23

Alex Salmond claims credit for SNP Commons walkout

Politics 596

First look: Upmarket revamp set for Waverley Mall

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British Transport Police of CCTV footage of a man they want to speak to regarding a sexual assault on a woman on board a train in Edinburgh

Woman sexually assaulted after boarding Edinburgh train

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Victim of Gogarburn road rage attack ‘could lose vision’

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Road users' anger has led to a review of the penalties for botched repair work and unnecessary delays. Picture: John Devlin

Offenders face twice the fine for roadwork chaos

Transport 1

Man dies and woman critically injured after road crash near Loch Lomond

Transport

Cycle coaches to be hitched to trains to ease bike crush

Transport 14

Alastair Dalton: Car dealers must become more customer friendly

Opinion 2

Flybe co-pilot suffers seizure during Inverness flight

Transport 1
"The reality is still that men outnumber women in professions such as engineering and technology, in the financial sector and in the boardroom."

‘Single-sex schools give girls courage and opportunity to develop’

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Calls have been made for more diversity in top teaching roles

Calls for action to increase diversity in top teaching roles

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Son of Stakis on the naughty step after £100k nursery firm folds without opening

Business 2

Stirling University MA provides clear course to fintech success

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Jordan Butler is the founder and CEO of Heavy Sound, an East Lothian-based community interest company that specialises in delivering music and arts-based services to young people. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Rap tutorials help troubled Scots school pupils turn the page

Music 4

Why the University of Glasgow is the place to get ahead in fintech

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Man dies after falling ill at Glasgow University pool

Education

Edinburgh 18th in World University Rankings

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Man acquitted of raping woman in St Andrews on trial

News 5

Wildcat kittens born at Edinburgh Zoo could provide ‘lifeline’ for the species

Environment 3
Dozens of companies have signed up to efforts to eliminate unnecessary single-use plastic packaging by 2025, it has been announced.

Scots communities urged to bid for £500,000 anti-plastics fund

Tech 1
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Three £100 Amazon.co.uk gift cards to be won thanks to E.ON

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More than £2M to boost energy efficiency in homes and businesses

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Lindsay McQuade: Economic facts alone should blow away doubts about wind power

Opinion 9

Lindsay McQuade: Let’s blow away wind farm misconceptions

Opinion 32

Theresa May tells SNP to spend £2bn on Scottish NHS

Politics 357
Ready to get your life back? Read our top life hacks.

Three £100 Amazon.co.uk gift cards to be won thanks to E.ON

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World Health Organisation concerned about gaming addiction.''PICTURE: John Devlin

‘Game over’ for some video games addicts, WHO warns

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Scottish smokers offered £160 incentive to quit

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File photo dated 11/6/2018 of Billy Cauldwell with his mother Charlotte. The severely epileptic child who had his cannabis medicine confiscated by the Home Office will remain in hospital after a string of life-threatening seizures. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Saturday June 16, 2018. The 12 year old was admitted to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London on Friday after his seizures "intensified", a family statement said. See PA story POLITICS Epilepsy. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Home Office gives back cannabis oil to epileptic boy, 12

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Davy MacIver and Maree Aldam enjoy flexible working so they can spend more time with their son Soren.

Fathers seek more flexible working to look after children

News
Ruth Porter is determined to continue riding horses as long as she can. Picture: Alistair Linford

Speech therapist offers unique insight into MND

Health

£2bn Barnett windfall for NHS as May set to loosen purse strings

Politics 130

Ruth Davidson increases pressure for migration target review as GP rules relaxed

Politics 320

Brave Kira given all clear by doctors after op

News 1

Flu deaths treble as older Scots endure winter blast

News
David Dimbleby has been the regular host of Question Time since 1994

Search for new Question Time host as David Dimbleby announces exit

TV & Radio 4
The deaths took place near the station in south London

Three people die after being hit by train in London

News
It would mark the weakest annual growth since 2009, when the economy was in the throes of the global financial crisis.

UK economy set for weakest year of growth since 2009

Business 6
Theresa May was speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday

Calls for Theresa May to come clean over £20bn ‘Brexit dividend’

Politics 252

Scottish Government raises alarm over military bases in Scotland

Politics 151

Brian Monteith: Bringing Government down might play into May’s hands

Opinion 37

Ian Blackford to call for emergency laws to end Brexit ‘power grab’

Politics 598

Stephen Hawking’s voice beamed at black hole as his ashes are interred

UK 1
What I have gained is great confidence from learning a trade Ill always have, says Carlin. Picture: Robert S Winning.

Comment: Bricklaying has given my career a solid foundation

Opinion 1
Murray McCall is the managing partner of Anderson Strathern. Picture: Jane Barlow

Comment: One of Scotland’s oldest law firms looks to future

Opinion
Lionel Shriver highlighted Penguin Random House's 'politically correct' agende for new hires and authors

Kirsty Gunn: Just like Lionel Shriver, we need to talk about hyper-liberalism

Opinion 2

Brian Monteith: Bringing Government down might play into May’s hands

Opinion 37

Lesley Riddoch: How Scotland could learn from Iceland’s World Cup success

Opinion 224
John Sturrock is a mediator and a Distinguished Fellow of the International Academy of Mediators.

John Sturrock: Ensuring ‘jaw-jaw is always better than to war-war’

Opinion 1
Colombia fans kiss a replica world cup trophy. Picture: PA

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

Opinion

Sheonagh Richards: Keeping our lights on is a difficult balancing act

Opinion 2

Robert Phillips: Negotiating the minefield of unpaid awards by employment tribunals

Opinion

Lindsay McQuade: Economic facts alone should blow away doubts about wind power

Opinion 9

Euan McColm: SNP ignores history with politics of grievance

Opinion 824
People are increasingly opting to rent.

Britain moving 'towards German housing model'

World 5
TOPSHOT - A man holds an icon during a demonstration in Athens on June 16, 2018 against the agreement reached to resolve a 27-year name row with Macedonia has kicked up a political storm in Greece. 'Greece's leftist-led government was expected Saturday to shrug off a censure vote and protests as it prepares to sign a landmark preliminary deal to end a 27-year name row with Macedonia.  / AFP PHOTO / ANGELOS TZORTZINISANGELOS TZORTZINIS/AFP/Getty Images

Greece and Macedonia sign deal that ends decades-long dispute

World 1

Hundreds of migrants arrive in Spanish port as rescue ship docks

News 7
Nigrants sit at the port of Tarifa, southern Spain, as they wait to be transported to a police station in Algeciras after being rescued in the Strait of Gibraltar. (AP Photo/ Marcos Moreno, File)

Forget Brexit, the migrant crisis is Europe’s big challenge

World 25

Trade war with US hots up as China targets $34bn of goods

World 1

Airport seized from Yemen rebels

World

Dani Garavelli: Others apologise; US defends child abuse

Opinion 109

Susan Dalgety: America’s diet provides some serious food for thought

Opinion 3
Toploader were set to play Fifefest

Fife music festival with Toploader cancelled after just 200 tickets sold

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Racist Twitter troll deletes account after getting owned by Scotrail

News
The huge picture of the Forth rail bridge bought by granddad Stuart Slicer

Double vision: Grandad buys 10ft Forth Bridge artwork despite having exact same view

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A woman was left bleeding after she was divebombed by a seagull. Picture: Stock image

Pensioner left bleeding and in tears after seagull attack

News 1
John Sturrock is a mediator and a Distinguished Fellow of the International Academy of Mediators.

John Sturrock: Ensuring ‘jaw-jaw is always better than to war-war’

Opinion 1
Colombia fans kiss a replica world cup trophy. Picture: PA

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

Opinion
Sheonagh Richards is a partner, Anderson Strathern, and member of the firm's Energy Sector Group.

Sheonagh Richards: Keeping our lights on is a difficult balancing act

Opinion 2
Entertainer Ron Dale has died at the age of 84

Obituary: Ron Dale, versatile entertainer who moved from theatres to clubs and cruise ships

Obituaries
Rev Dr George Grubb, as Lord Provost, joins the Queen for the Ceremony of the Keys at Holyrood Palace in 2008. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Obituary: Rev Dr George Grubb, Church of Scotland minister who became Lord Provost of Edinburgh

Obituaries
Gordon Irving with his wife Betty and legendary entertainer Norman Wisdom.

Obituary: Gordon Irving, journalist and theatre critic who rubbed shoulders with the stars

Obituaries
Navajo Code Talker Samuel Tom Holiday has died at the age of 94. Picture: navajopeople.org

Obituary: Samuel Tom Holiday, Navajo Code Talker during Second World War

Obituaries

Bay City Rollers guitarist Alan Longmuir returns home after falling ill in Mexico

News

Eastenders actor Leslie Grantham dies aged 71

Celebrity
Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field are reported to join The X Factor as judges. Picture: PA Wire

Robbie Williams and wife to join X Factor judging panel

Lifestyle 1
Twiggy, who has designed glasses for the Aurora range, exclusive to Specsavers. Picture:: Brian Aris/Specsavers

Twiggy on her work since retiring as a model

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Robbie Williams will perform at the World Cup opening ceremony. Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire

Robbie Williams chosen as star act for World Cup opening ceremony

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