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SHANGHAI, CHINA - NOVEMBER 07:  (CHINA OUT) A man practices Tai Chi at the Bund as heavy smog engulfs the city on November 7, 2013 in Shanghai, China. People were advised to stay indoors today as the Shanghai Environment Agency measured air pollution leve

How Western Capitalism laid China low

at Kings Cross Station on November 7, 2014 in London, England. (36975390)

We still need a little "women-only" in the world

RISE 1 SA :  Launch of RISE, Scotland's Left Alliance at the Glasgow Marriott Hotell, Saturday 29th August 2015.

People gather at the Marriott Hotel in Glasgow as speakers Alan Bissett (Author), Jean Urquhart MSP, Colin Fox (SSP National Co-Spokesperson)

The irresistible rise of the left

Good week, bad week

The BBC is letting Scotland down ... we will fix it

In Japan and elsewhere, religion failed us

A profoundly corrupt system of patronage that is ripe for reform

A profoundly corrupt system of patronage that is ripe for reform

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Glasgow City Council bin lorry lost control killing pedestrians and enbedding itself into Queen Street station and the Millenium Hotel on December 22, 2014

Bin lorry FAI closes with more questions than answers

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Sir Stephen House is responsible for turning Police Scotland into a laughing stock

Letters: House is responsible for turning Police Scotland into a laughing stock

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Fiedlema Cook

Fidelma Cook: There is something in the French psyche that prefers the lash of the tongue to the pathetic cooing of the defenceless

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AppleMark
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Prefer Picoult to Proust? Don't hide it - be low-brow and proud

Male Order: Barbie fights back

Tory grandee Douglas Hogg, who has been named in the dissolution honours list.

Letters: New peers reinforce need for a full constitutional review

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Agenda: Blanket testing of primary school pupils risky, unhelpful and unnecessary

Agenda: Blanket testing of primary school pupils risky, unhelpful and unnecessary

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Eastwards, to play golf with my kind of people

The latest figures show that majority of migrants who come to the UK are skilled

Inside Track: Why the Tories' immigration policy is doomed

Universities must address barriers to womens' advancement

Universities must address barriers to womens' advancement

Recognition for a 'genius' idea at Erskine

Recognition for a 'genius' idea at Erskine

How to have a civilised debate on civic nationalism and scaremongering

How to have a civilised debate on civic nationalism and scaremongering

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Teddy Jamieson 1 SA :- Byline Portrait of Writer  Teddy Jamieson.


Picture by :- Stewart Attwood (36103788)

On the train I do that thing of taking selfies just to see how terrible I look.

Mutter was talk of the town

The romance of the stone

The battles for Berwick

We should focus on whether the BBC should be running so many digital TV and radio channels

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Alison Rowat staff writer (36822041)

Beleaguered Beeb must be kept out of politicians' clutches

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Credit due to Corbyn for challenging baffling consensus on austerity

Sneering mockery of Corbyn's economic policies is entirely unjustified

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History will judge Chief Constable House

History will judge Chief Constable House

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Herald View: No end to Lords absurdity

Herald View: No end to Lords absurdity

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The 2015 Aviva Tour of Britain will come to Scotland for two stages on September 8 and 9. Picture: PA

Cycle-pathic: the lowdown on the 2015 Aviva Tour of Britain

AppleMark
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Unlike Rita Ora, I'm not afraid of death. But I'm furious not to know what happens next

A sad take on the normal sign put on the back of vehicles.

The Diary: What folk think of the House of Lords, and what the Edinburgh housewife did when her husband went golfing

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Be mindful of the benefits of worrying

Be mindful of the benefits of worrying

Higher education governance legislation is an attack on freedom of speech

Glasgow - July 25: Drew Allan By-Line Pic July 25, 2011 in Glasgow. (Photo by Mark Mainz) (36783327)

Inside Track: Why I should remember to expect the unexpected

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Herald View: A shoddy tennis racket

Herald View: A ticketing double fault

Medical staff in Accident and Emergency.

Letters: We must gather all the facts before implementing NHS change

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Bake Off being overcooked

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Migration has benefits for UK

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BBC Alba could easily be adapted to serve all of Scotland's communities

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Scottish Parliament clerks will work with a petitioner wherever possible to find solutions

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A Rising tide of parties are chasing "wasted" list votes in next year's Holyrood poll.

A Rising tide of parties are chasing "wasted" list votes in next year's Holyrood poll.

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Union rights and the pendulum

Union rights and the pendulum

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Social cost of the housing shortage

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Gordon Brown and Tony Blair from 2005.

Letters: It is Labour, not the SNP, who should be apologising

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Agenda: Councils should have the power to levy a whole range of taxes

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Some food for thought on our quality produce

BBC Three has big plans, but are young people still watching?

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Letting the train take the strain - or not

Susan Swarbrick: Letting the train take the strain - or not

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Herald View: the sweet smell of success

Herald View: the sweet smell of success

Our trains are missing their connectionsLobby job is par for course

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