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Opinion

Encounter with a werewolf: the mediaeval serial killer who inspired a dark, contemporary novel

I don't believe Labour is anti-Semitic, but the Livingstone row is a damaging prelude to election week

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Byline picture of Sunday Herald columnist Angela Haggerty.

(Photo by Kirsty Anderson/Herald & Times) - KA
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In a 'boring' election campaign, Gary Tank Commander stole the show

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Move over Fred, there's a new ogre in town

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Rules are in place to make fracking safer

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Save the UK honours system for the vain and tainted

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Topic of the week: both votes SNP

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Unfair caricature of scouts

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Socks appeal to dry for

'Westminster turning its back on refugee children shames Britain'

Kate Devlin. Picture: Mark Gibson

Inside Track: The inbuilt dangers of holding a referendum

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ON THE STOOP: Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale campaigning with Edinburgh Southern candidate Daniel Johnson. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Kevin MacKenna: Dugdale's real battle starts after the election

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Catriona Stewart   Photo: Mark Mainz

Catriona Stewart: With gender stereotyping there's Grace under pressure

Nicola Sturgeon: on course to win her own mandate to be first minister

A lacklustre campaign, perhaps. But Holyrood 2016 is far from a boring election

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Fidelma Cook

Fidelma Cook: 'Once I had a marble shower room you know. Oh yes, I’ve lived.'

FLASHPOINT: Labour MP John Mann (second right) shouts at Ken Livingstone outside Millbank in Westminster, London, earlier this week as the former Mayor of London was suspended by Labour for "bringing the party into disrepute" following an anti-S

Readers's Opinion: Do not conflate criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism

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Herald View

Difficult questions that must be asked

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Herald View

Our cultural scene could use a Kick-Arts superhero

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Obituary - Joseph Sher, Holocaust survivor who became tailor for Elvis

Agenda

Agenda: Steven Grier of Microsoft on the challenge of creating a digital nation

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Obituary - Iain Fraser, lawyer inspired by surgeon who saved his sight

Motherwell Civic Centre

I am not corrupt, never have been, and I welcome the investigation

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Nitty-gritty of council pensions

Nitty-gritty of council pensions

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Letters to the Editor

Learn facts of coeliac disease

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The SNP has not learned any lessons when it comes to its performance in education

The SNP has not learned any lessons when it comes to its performance in education

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Real ale – a speciality of Huddersfield

Let us raise a glass and say hats off to Huddersfield

The firing pistol for the 2017 local elections will be fired next week, with Labour already clinging desperately to Glasgow

As the SNP surge, have Glasgow City Council's 'Labour Lads' already chucked it for 2017?

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David Pratt: Our shame at vote on child refugees

David Pratt: Our shame at vote on child refugees

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Ian McConnell: Will owner of Jack Daniel’s allow BenRiach to retain its free spirit?

Ian McConnell: Will owner of Jack Daniel’s allow BenRiach to retain its free spirit?

Election 2016: Health analysis

Election 2016: Health analysis

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale launches her party's manifesto for the Holyrood electionsat Grassmarket Community Project, Edinburgh, earlier this week.

Readers' Opinion: Labour's tax plans would mean us paying a premium for Better Together victory

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Camley's Cartoon on Friday, April 29

Camley's Cartoon on Friday, April 29

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Picture: Brian David Stevens

Obituary: Jock Scot

Obituary: Morag Siller

Robert McNeil: The ups and downs of Holyrood's next Presiding Officer

Robert McNeil: The ups and downs of Holyrood's next Presiding Officer

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Agenda

Agenda: Dr Stephen Breslin on engaging young people in science

A smart meter

Smart meters will lead to standard tariffs being increased to incentivise consumers to change

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80 per cent of children drew bankers as male

Ken Mann: Children draw their own conclusions

Herald leader column graphic

Surgery options for obese Scots should not be rationed

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Pensions are not final salary

Pensions are not final salary

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Challenge perceptions on Israel

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Last hurrah for council chiefs

Last hurrah for council chiefs

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Who speaks for the children?

Who speaks for the children?

Independent schools have contributed to the unfairness and inequity in our society

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Herald leader column graphic

Poll shows council reform a pressing issue for next government

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AH, so that's where it is. Spotted at Glasgow Royal Infirmary by a Diary reader, who says he admires the sign's 'blindingly obvious' nature.

THE DIARY: The artist who could channel Rab C Nesbitt - on a bad day

Photograph by Colin Mearns

Iain Macwhirter: Holyrood 2016 may turn out to be the election no one noticed

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Terry Alldritt

Terry Alldritt

John McLellan

John McLellan: The basket case that is Edinburgh's development plan

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GEORGE Crawford was struck by this unusually comprehensive notice in the toilet of "the lovely wee lakeside café" in Grasmere.

THE DIARY: Gok Wan gets a typical Glasgow welcome

Camley's Cartoon on Thursday, April 28

Camley's Cartoon on Thursday, April 28

Relatives hug outside the Hillsborough inquests in Warrington, where the inquest jury concluded that the 96 Liverpool fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster were unlawfully killed. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Readers' opinion: We should be looking wider when considering Hillsborough culpability

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The SNP baby box - how party candidates kissing infants has reached a ridiculous new level

The SNP baby box - how party candidates kissing infants has reached a ridiculous new level

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It would not be feasible for the concept of federalism to work in practice

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Gordon Morison

Herald View

Herald View: Progress on vaping

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Letters to the Editor

Bill danger

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Agenda

Agenda: Benefits to be had from roll-out of smart meters are boundless

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Locomotive nearly 20 years late

Locomotive nearly 20 years late

GM Crops

GM concerns are scare stories

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SNP should look to domestic concerns

SNP should look to domestic concerns

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The country should grasp the nettle of public sector pension deficits

The country should grasp the nettle of public sector pension deficits

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Alison Rowat staff writer

Alison Rowat: Justice at last for Hillsborough families

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Angus-Peter Campbell: Poets worthy of note

Risky business?

Risky business?

Probably no need to consult Trip Advisor to see what this particular establishment is like. Spotted, in Neos Marmaras, Greece, by Ian Marks.

THE DIARY: Bondi Beach falls for the deep-fried Mars Bar

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Logo

The SNP Manifesto - Nice clothes, little substance

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Camley's Cartoon on Wednesday, April 27

Camley's Cartoon on Wednesday, April 27

Guy Hamilton

Guy Hamilton

Ballot box

Readers' Opinion: Why it makes sense not to give both votes to the SNP

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