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Britain's EU negotations remain "fragile"

Britain's EU negotations remain "fragile"

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John Swinney looked on as his backbenchers suddenly backed his position

SNP MSPs in shock u-turn as they block move they recommended one month ago

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Alex Salmond

Scot William Wallace, 75, challenges Alex Salmond to a fight live on air

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Scientists rumoured to have 'caught first glimpse of gravitational waves predicted by Albert Einstein'

Scientists rumoured to have 'caught first glimpse of gravitational waves predicted by Albert Einstein'

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Leigh Griffiths

Teenager arrested over alleged online abuse towards Celtic's Leigh Griffiths' children

Dundee University has warned staff it is facing "a real threat to financial sustainability" under the Scottish Government's funding cuts and other pressures

Threat of cuts at Scottish university facing £10m deficit

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The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.  Picture: Robert Perry

'Choose Life' anti-abortion campaigners begin 40 days of action outside hospital

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The body of Robert Fleming, 21, was discovered by officers

Death of man found in Kilmarnock street being treated as suspicious

The blue and yellow flag of the EU

We've learned from Better Together's mistakes, says EU 'In' campaign that's calling itself 'Project Cheer'

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Derek Mackay, Transport Minister and Phil Verster, managing director of the ScotRail Alliance unveil the new electric train model at Waverley station

Model train: life-size replica of ScotRail's new Hitachi 38 goes on display at Edinburgh Waverley

Edinburgh High Court

Cardiologist: It is "extremely unlikely" man fainted moments before Range Rover struck two pensioners

Rangers say sorry over match date switch required by police

Rangers say sorry to fans over match date switch to avoid clash with Celtic game

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

Row over Trident deepens as Labour stalwarts round on Thornberry

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Falling oil revenues continue to hit the economy

Low oil revenues leave Scotland worse off than the rest of the UK, official figures show.

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Mary Somerville will grace RBS's new polymer note

RBS confirms Mary Somerville as the new face of its £10 note

Kezia Dugdale

Kezia Dugdale warns SNP of 'political price' in education spending row

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Judy Murray thanks fans on social media after becoming a gran

Judy Murray thanks fans on social media after becoming a gran

Alastair Campbell, Managing Director

Tennent's Lager will become first UK alcohol brand to clearly print calories

The number of new homes being built is significantly lower than government targets

Scottish housing facing an "enormous challenge"

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Online booking problems have been affecting the Caledonian Sleeper for the past month. Meanwhile, the service has also been hampered with repairs to the Lamington Viaduct, which has led Serco to temporarily withdraw the Sleeper from Edinburgh Waverley

Serco struggling to fix Caledonian Sleeper booking glitch

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Margaret Haldane, 69, suffered a broken wrist in the incident

Victim's tears as families hear evidence in road death trial

Dr Adam Osborne

George Osborne's brother faces being struck off over affair

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

Met chief Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe will be forced to quit, former Tory MP says

Julian Assange

Julian Assange accuses the Prime Minister of libel over trial claims

Tributes at the Bataclan

Owners of Paris concert hall where 89 people were killed aim to re-open this year

Margaret Jaconelli, 57, has taken Thenue Housing Association to court

Gran evicted from flat takes housing association to court over fuel bills

Donald Trump:  "I always carry a weapon on me. If I'd been at the Bataclan or one of those bars, I would have opened fire"

Donald Trump: "I always carry a weapon on me. If I'd been at the Bataclan or one of those bars, I would have opened fire"

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

Judge to review Met's handling of historical sex abuse cases

Long-running concerns over a lack of transparency over the pay rises accepted by Scottish university principals have resurfaced with new figures showing increases in 2014/15 of up to 15 per cent.

Revealed: The Scottish university principals pocketing pay hikes of up to 15 per cent

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Block on Northern Ireland abortion law reform 'betrayal of women'

Block on Northern Ireland abortion law reform 'betrayal of women'

"It's a fair deal," Jeremy Hunt insists as doctors walk out

"It's a fair deal," Jeremy Hunt insists as doctors walk out

Nigel Farage

Two groups battling to lead Brexit campaign fail to settle differences

Michelle McManus and Ricky Ross

Charity Sciaf calls on Scots to back Wee Box appeal

Bernie Sanders leaves New Hampshire a clear winner

The Midge: Who is the 74-year-old comeback kid leaving Hillary for dust?

Deepcut soldiers lived in 'highly sexualised environment'

Deepcut soldiers lived in 'highly sexualised environment'

Richard Lochhead

Views sought on whether exemptions to ban on tail docking should be allowed

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Kristen Brekke, Adeel Ulhaq and Forhad Rahman

Trio jailed for helping teenage jihadi join Syria fighters

Waitrose boss to depart

Waitrose Mark Price to join the Government as Trade and Investment Minister

MSPs on the Finance Committee have been scrutinising the Scottish Fiscal Commission Bill

Committee's decision 'bad news for scrutiny of Scotland's finances'

Serial Killer Peter Tobin back behind bars after prison collapse

Serial Killer Peter Tobin back behind bars after prison collapse

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France's Fabius leaves office ahead of wider reshuffle

PMQs: Dave delights in UK Labour's continuing Trident turmoil

Sketch: Dave suggests time for the Labour comrades to lie in darkened room over Trident turmoil

George Galloway give a speech from inside Gaza in 2009

George Galloway talks of smears over 'IS terror group member' link to his Gaza aid convoy

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Prime Minister David Cameron during Prime Minister's Questions (PA Wire)

Tories urge PM not to delay Trident vote to capitalise on Labour woes

.Kenny MacAskill is the latest high-profile figure to say that short term prison sentences should be scrapped

MacAskill backs calls to scrap jail sentences under one year

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Ming cup valued at £2m being sold at auction

Ming cup valued at £2m being sold at auction

£5.3m Raised to Restore Peter Pan Moat Brae House, Dumfries. Youngsters from St Andrews Primary School, Dumfries welcome the news - pictured are (from left) Shaun McGeechan, Molly Robertson with Emelia Chierici Black and Patricia Furmaniuk with a mini Pe

House which inspired Peter Pan to re-open as children's literature centre after £5m campaign

North Korean workers assemble jackets at a factory of a South Korean-owned company at the jointly-run Kaesong Industrial Complex, in Kaesong, North Korea.

South Korea to halt work at joint industrial park with North Korea

Scotland’s senior judge, the Lord Justice General Lord Carloway, said the convictions against Walter Masocha would be quashed

Pastor convicted of sex abuse 'was victim of miscarriage of justice'

David Cameron and Nicola Sturgeon at Bute House in May last year

Nicola Sturgeon vows to explain how she would use Holyrood's new powers

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National child abuse inquiry to prioritise gathering evidence from elderly and ill victims

National child abuse inquiry to prioritise gathering evidence from elderly and ill victims

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Over-borrowing warning as Scots consumers hit with £11.2m increase in debt judgements

Over-borrowing warning as Scots consumers hit with £11.2m increase in debt judgments

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Mystery surrounds death of Scots dad found on Alps roadside

Mystery surrounds death of Scots dad found on Alps roadside

Reports: Andy Murray's wife gives birth to baby girl

Andy Murray becomes a dad as wife Kim gives birth to baby girl

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An image of a worker at the factory taken in 2000

Polaroid Eyewear factory slated for closure putting 107 jobs at risk

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A golfer tees off in better days at Rutherford Castle,

Golf club to be turned into luxury development

Wunder der Schopfung

Silent film festival unveils line up for 2016

Natalie Usher

Arts funding body launches diversity survey for Scottish film industry

Swinney: Labour claims Scottish Government will cut £2.2bn from public services are ‘a work of fiction’

Swinney: claims Scottish Government will drain £2.2bn from public services are ‘work of fiction’

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MPs' pay rise higher than public sector wages cap

MPs' pay rise higher than public sector wages cap

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Scottish Police Authority 'confident' over £1.1bn savings target

Scottish Police Authority 'confident' over £1.1bn savings target

Cameron: Funding for Scotland must be 'fair and reasonable'

Cameron: Funding for Scotland must be 'fair and reasonable'

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Scots teenager, 14, died on hike in Australia after rescuers 'couldn't understand accent'

Scots teenager, 14, died on hike in Australia after rescuers 'couldn't understand accent'

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Pregnant Australian woman tests positive for Zika virus

Pregnant Australian woman tests positive for Zika virus

The Supreme Court ruled that Tracey Kennedy's employer was 'negligent' for failing to provide her with the correct footwear

Workers win right to protective footwear following landmark legal ruling

MSPs narrowly vote down organ donation system opt-out bill

MSPs narrowly vote down organ donation system opt-out bill

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NHS managers accused of ignoring patient views about homeopathic hospital

NHS managers accused of ignoring patient views about homeopathic hospital

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Glasgow restaurant cleared by advertising chiefs over 'Phat Phuc' special poster

Glasgow restaurant's 'Phat Phuc' special poster cleared by advertising chiefs

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Picture by George Munro

Man in hospital after 35ft fall from Greenock flats

Kezia Dugdale accused the Government of forcing councils to sign up

Warning as council leaders agree to funding deal from Scottish Government

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