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Snowfall up to 15cm expected as temperatures plummet to minus 15C

Snowfall up to 15cm expected as temperatures plummet to minus 15C

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Five Britons die after car plunges 82ft into canal in Sweden

Five Britons die after car plunges 82ft into canal in Sweden

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VIDEO: A taxi catches fire at Glasgow Airport today

VIDEO: A taxi catches fire at Glasgow Airport today

Police probe murder of woman who 'may have been involved in prostitution'

Police probe murder of woman who 'may have been involved in prostitution'

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Edith Facenna, centre, who has been taking part in a project to host destitute asylum seekers/refugees in her home for the past six years, with Zuyin Lin and his wife Yu Mei Mei who lived with Edith recently. Photograph: Colin Mearns/Herald and Times

The Scots taking refugees into their homes and their hearts

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Pedestrian critically injured in collision with double decker bus

Pedestrian critically injured in collision with double decker bus

Nigel Farage accepts debate with Alex Salmond on EU

Nigel Farage accepts debate with Alex Salmond on EU

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Pictures Mark Gibson Newsquest Media Group.Save our Meadow supporters build dens on the disputed land at the centre of a planning row... (55945995)

North Kelvin Meadow campaigners stage demonstration over housing development plans

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John Leslie: Police will not charge me with sexual assault of woman (22)

John Leslie: Police will not charge me with sexual assault of woman (22)

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MSP Siobhan McMahon and her father Michael

Labour MSP blasts party for not doing enough to help disabled people

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Andrew Flanagan, Chairman of the Scottish Police Authority (left)

Police chair criticises lack of financial expertise on his own board

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Fergus Ewing: Minister for Business, Energy and Tourism

SNP Government announces controversial fracking research

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Frank McAveety at George Square. Picture: Robert Perry for The Herald and Evening Times

McAveety row over lack of gender balance in top jobs deepens

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Holyrood election sees former Better Together allies fall out over the Union

Holyrood election sees former Better Together allies fall out over the Union

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Pro choice rally with Cat Boyd, Rise Womens Network rally on the Buchanan steps Glasgow.

Picture by Stewart Attwood
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Seen but not heard: Glasgow's anti-abortion protesters are impossible to ignore

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Mother killed in Borders crash named

Mother killed in Borders crash named

A man walks in front of a burning building after a Syrian Air force air strike in Ain Tarma neighbourhood of Damascus in this January 27, 2013 file photo.  REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic/Files

Misery continues for displaced Syrians despite 'truce' agreement

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SNP MPs back Greens motion to withdraw from pension investment in fossil fuel firms Photo: Huw Edwards

SNP MPs back Greens motion to withdraw from pension investment in fossil fuel firms

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PICTURES FOR VICKY COLLINS..LOCH LOMOND...PIC OF, LITTER ON THE BANKS  OF LOCH LOMOND, PICTURE TAKEN FROM JUST PAST TARBET...PICTURE BY CHRIS JAMES. (55818721)

Environmentalists and big business square-off over drinks bottles deposit scheme

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One last chance for new powers deal, warns Swinney

One last chance for new powers deal, warns Swinney

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America has a "profound interest" in the UK staying in Europe, says Kerry

America has a "profound interest" in the UK staying in Europe, says Kerry

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Members of the Irish emergency services carry a gurney taken from a residential address that was the scene of a fatal shooting and put it into an ambulance in Dublin on February 9, 2016. 
A man was shot dead in Dublin on February 8, Irish police said, in

Tensions rising: behind the gangland feud tearing Dublin apart in its 1916 centenary year

Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev (R) and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

Russian Prime Minister claims world has been pushed into 'new Cold War'

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UK's "outsized" world role depends on Trident, says US Defence Secretary

UK's "outsized" world role depends on Trident, says US Defence Secretary

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FILE - In this Wednesday, April 7, 2004 file photo, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia speaks to Presbyterian Christian High School students in Hattiesburg, Miss. On Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016, the U.S. Marshall's Service confirmed that Scalia has die

Showdown looms after US Supreme Court judge Antonin Scalia dies

Detectives are investigating frauds linked to exploitation of UK Government pension reforms. Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Police: 300 hit in Scotland's biggest pension scam yet

A gaping hole is seen in a plane operated by Daallo Airlines as it sits on the runway of the airport in Mogadishu, Somalia. Pic: AP

Somalia's Islamist militant group al-Shabab claims responsibility for bomb attack on plane

Jackeline, 26, holds her son who is 4-months old and born with microcephaly, in front of their house in Olinda, near Recife, Brazil, February 11, 2016. REUTERS/Nacho Doce

Soldiers deployed across Brazil to warn against risks of Zika virus

A North Korean long-range rocket is launched into the air at the Sohae rocket launch site, North Korea, in this photo released by Kyodo February 7, 2016. North Korea launched a long-range rocket on Sunday carrying what it has called a satellite, but its n

Gears of War: Rising tensions between North and South Korea

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Snow falling in Glasgow City Centre on January 10, 2016. Photo by Jamie Simpson/Herald & Times

Weather warnings issued as cold snap continues

Health Secretary Shona Robison has announced plans for new powers for hospital inspectors. Photo: Colin Mearns

Hospital inspectors given powers to close wards

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Pro-choice campaigners at the Buchanan Street steps in Glasgow. Picture: Stewart Attwood.

Pro-choice campaigners rally to oppose anti-abortion vigil

People protest in front of the government building, in the Square of the Big National Assembly, in Chisinau, Moldova, 04 October 2015. Thousands of people attended a protest on 06 September demanding the dismissal of several public servants, the president

The 'extraordinary' loophole that saw Russia threaten to brand UK as tax haven

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tinder swiping (55915151)

Valentine's Day in the digital age: 'panic' dating, e-cards and roses delivered by app

A major summit is being held by this week to look at how changes to global food systems will impact on the country in the next few decades.

Food of the future: insect burgers and personalised meals delivered by drone

No Borders campaign fined after belatedly filing accounts

No Borders campaign fined after belatedly filing accounts

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Police quiz clubbers to find clues to nightclub death

Sources close to Julie McAnulty, an SNP councillor facing racism allegations, claim she is victim of "project smear"

Sturgeon urged to release secret report into crisis-hit 'Monklands McMafia' SNP branch

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Scots council agrees to fly Irish Tricolour for Easter 1916 anniversary amid fears of backlash

Scots Council plans to fly Irish Tricolour for 1916 anniversary on doubt as SNP supporters backtrack on move

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Scots MP Natalie McGarry re-emerges on Twitter after social media row with JK Rowling

Scots MP Natalie McGarry re-emerges on Twitter after social media row with JK Rowling

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Confirmed: Rangers regain legal ownership of its name and trademarks

Confirmed: Rangers regain legal ownership of its name and trademarks

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Police 'could face prosecution' over Sheku Bayoh custody death

Police 'could face prosecution' over Sheku Bayoh custody death

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Cabinet unity: David Cameron is already said to have one eye on a post-EU vote reshuffle to help heal Tory wounds

Unity: Cameron already said to have one eye on post-EU vote reshuffle to help heal Tory wounds

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Order, order: FoI request reveals how Commons Speaker spends thousands wining and dining MPs and dignitaries

That's entertainment: revealed how Speaker spends thousands wining and dining MPs and dignitaries

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SKILLED: Richan Drever, originally from Glasgow, was one of the engineers who helped devise the bouncing bombs made famous by the film The Dam Busters, above, starring Richard Todd.

Dambusters uncle inspired Scots gravitational waves scientist

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Sarah Scott was raped after being lured to her attacker's plat in 2010

Rape victim welcomes new rights to fight against court hearing past medical history

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UK needs Trident to maintain 'outsized role on global stage', says US

UK needs Trident to maintain 'outsized role on global stage', says US

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Pupils from the Big Noise in Raploch in Stirling qualified to play for the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland. But council cuts have put the scheme's future under threat

Threats to acclaimed children's orchestra as more council service cuts and job losses emerge

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Scots banks rated worst for customer satisfaction

Scots banks rated worst for customer satisfaction

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Scottish Government moves to introduce standardised national tests for pupils have proved highly controversial

Cash-strapped Scottish councils face £2.5m bill for new school testing regime

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Artists impression of the proposed Pentland studios in Straiton, Midlothian.

Anger grows over Scottish film studio plans 'shrouded in secrecy'

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Cheating in Scottish school exams is on the increase, but is still a relatively unusual occurrence

Scottish pupil fails exam after "impersonation" scam

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A Holyrood committee backed calls for a more generous visa offer for non-EU students at Scottish universities

Holyrood committee calls on Home Office to sanction Scottish student visa scheme

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Mother, 34, named as fatal car crash victim

Mother, 34, named as fatal car crash victim

Richard Hamer - wrote report

Charities urged to grasp nettle over fundraising

Unspun: An insania experience for Johann

Unspun: An insania experience for Johann

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad speaks during a TV interview in Damascus, Syria in this still image taken from a video on November 29, 2015.  REUTERS/Reuters TV courtesy of Czech Television     ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY

"Cessation of hostilities" in Syria lets Russia keep bombing

Dolphins at Cromarty Firth entrance where tankers would transfer 8.6m tonnes of crude oil a year

Environmental guardians object to Cromarty Firth oil transfers

116 bodies recovered after Taiwan earthquake

116 bodies recovered after Taiwan earthquake

Man held after police discover haul of diazepam and amphetamines

Man held after police discover haul of diazepam and amphetamines

Councils set to wield axe amid cash deal row

Councils set to wield axe amid cash deal row

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Taxation overhaul drives rise in house purchases

Taxation overhaul drives rise in house purchases

READY FOR RESTORATION: HMS Victory, displayed in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, is being renovated to its condition when it was launched in 1767.

Scots oak at cutting edge in restoration of Victory

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Pope Francis arrives to Benito Juarez International Airport in Mexico City, Friday, Feb. 12, 2016. The pontiff is in Mexico for a week-long visit. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)

Cheers for Pope Francis as he begins first full day of Mexico visit

Warning over looming 'chocolate deficit'

Warning over looming 'chocolate deficit'

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Government set to stop short of imposing 'sugar tax'

Government set to stop short of imposing 'sugar tax'

ROYAL GUEST: Princess Anne was given a tour of the university campus after opening the Atrium.

A royal day as Princess opens new learning area facility at university

Yellow weather warning issued for large areas of East Coast and Central Scotland

Yellow weather warning issued for large areas of East Coast and Central Scotland

SAMANTHA BROWN: was paid more than £8,000 by the couple.

Surrogate swindler is jailed for duping childless couple

The sign outside Khublai Khans in Glasgow

Glasgow restaurant sign near sexual assault support services 'trivialises rape'

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