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Opinion

John McLellan (55623051)

John McLellan: Searching questions over flats for students

PROTEST: Edinburgh City Council workers at a demonstration against job cuts outside the capital's City Chambers late last year. Picture: Gordon Terris

Letters: Swinney showing double standards with treatment of councils

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The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line

Mark Smith (55618740)

How television has been brought to book

Agenda: SNP obduracy on using tax powers shows party is no champion of progressive politics

Traditional letter-removing vandalism spotted by Deedee Cuddihy on the Glasgow Subway.

The Diary: Valentine's Day disasters, and how the Scots granny put the busker in his place

Herald leader

Time for transparency over NHS 24

Emily Thornberry

Labour stance on Trident is meaningless

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Letters to the Editor (55621443)

Rectors make a valuable contribution to HE governance

The England team before the RBS 6 Nations match at Murrayfield Stadium on February 6, 2016 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (55618980)

England's inappropriate anthem

Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders addresses supporters after winning the New Hampshire Democratic Primary February 9, 2016 in Concord, New Hampshire.

Results show the radicalisation of the American people

Letters to the Editor (55615441)

Nothing has changed to stop opposition to Homes for Heroes plan

Donor opt-out system would have been morally and ethically wrong

Donor opt-out system would have been morally and ethically wrong

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Another cloudy issue facing our universities

Kenny Macaskill. (53435240)

Kenny MacAskill: Our souls cry out for meaningful land reform

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Picture: Gordon Terris.

David Frost: Trends in Latin America are good for Scotch

The Diary: Who are the talentless chancers in Edinburgh, and what Ozzy Osborne's minder was forced to buy in Glasgow

The Diary: Who are the talentless chancers in Edinburgh, and what Ozzy Osborne's minder was forced to buy in Glasgow

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Camley's latest cartoon

Camley's Cartoon on Wednesday, February 10

Angus-Peter Campbell (55398372)

Angus-Peter Campbell: To learn about future, join me in the delights of delving into the past

Agenda (55417692)

Agenda: We must invest in education and close the gap between the richest and the rest

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Herald View: University principals must accept the principle of fairness on pay

Herald View (55440062)

Herald View: Swinney's council deal is a Pyrrhic victory

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Margaret Forster

John Swinney and Nicola Sturgeon. Picture: Gordon Terris

Letters: We would not suffer if the Scotland Act is not ratified

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Angela Constance

Adult abuse survivors at loggerheads with minister as meeting looms

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Keep Britain Tidy dancers, Buchanan Street, 1973 (55334849)

A tidy group of dancers

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Letters to the Editor (55450325)

Help for Hamish

A pernennial argument

A perennial argument

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Letters to the Editor (55448530)

Camping permits system undermines access legislation

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University chairs have ignored the fundamental issue of accountability

University chairs have ignored the fundamental issue of accountability

A prison officer pictured in the corridor of Younger House, the remand wing of Cornton Vale Prison. Picture: Colin Mearns

The 'good prison' for women offenders may be the only way forward

Iain Macwhirter (55283259)

Iain Macwhirter: Why all of our universities should have elected rectors

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Alastair Biggar

Byline picture of Literary Editor Rosemary Goring whose historical novel 'After Flodden' is about to be published.

Pictures Kirsty Anderson Herald & Times (55270699)

Rosemary Goring: The pitfalls of writing about the recently dead

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"Did someone say that Scottish educational standards were slipping? This notice in the window of a Troon boutique suggests that the owner has some doubts about the arithmetical capabilities of potential customers.," says Willie Young in Giffnock

The Diary: So which Scots team did Bob Marley support, and what the latest storm should really have been called

Camley's Cartoon on Tuesday, February 9

Camley's Cartoon on Tuesday, February 9

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David Birrell: Collaborate to inspire export success

Doug Marr: Headteachers are caught between a rock and a hard place

Agenda: Who will stand up for Iraq's hounded and brutalised Sunni population?

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Herald View: The right balance on sentencing

Herald View: Government must keep its promise on school inspections

Martin Macdonald

Martin Macdonald

A prison officer pictured in a cell in Younger House, the remand wing of Cornton Vale Prison, Stirling. Picture by Colin Mearns

Letters: We don't need prisons for women, we need to invest in alternatives

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Swans and little boys Queens Park, 1964 (55180133)

Swanning along at Queen's Park

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A-2894 (55255168)

Why the Chinese New Year seems a lot luckier in Glasgow

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Waves crash against the harbour arm in Dover, Kent, as storm Imogen sweeps across the southern regions of the UK. Picture: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Imogenation

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Jeremy Irons as John Tuld in Margin Call, written and directed by J.C. Chandor.

Some Short alternatives

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Letters to the Editor (55284738)

SNP topping Kissinger

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Letters to the Editor (55284167)

Shine a light on cases of abuse

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Progress on diversity is down to university governance bill

Progress on diversity is down to university governance bill

EU FLAG (55278488)

Why the EU referendum should be in the autumn

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David Torrance: Brickbats and Labour-bashing; just another week of the Imperial SNP

David Torrance: Brickbats and Labour-bashing; just another week of the Imperial SNP

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Marianne Taylor: The self-centred world of Julian Assange

Marianne Taylor: The self-centred world of Julian Assange

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Ken Smith's Diary: Eating cold ravioli from a tin; Matt Le Blanc in second gear; Scotland must dig deep for a Kiwi player

Ken Smith's Diary: Eating cold ravioli from a tin; Matt Le Blanc in second gear; Scotland must dig deep for a Kiwi player

Camley's latest cartoon

Camley's Cartoon on Monday, February 8

Herald View (55129795)

Herald View: Social care needs investment, not more cuts

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Letter (55119535)

Higher education governance bill is risk to diversity

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Logo (55011516)

Getting more from the Union

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Herald View (55133780)

Herald View: The unanswered questions on university reform

A SIGHT TO BEHOLD: The view from Gartocharn village hall looking towards Loch Lomond. Picture: Martin Shields

Letters: Fund improvements to national park through a tourist tax

Inside Track: Food critic Ron Mackenna

The Boys and The Bees: How to make the most of Valentine's Day

The Boys and The Bees: How to make the most of Valentine's Day

Jean Clark is crowned Brisbane Queen in Largs by the wife of the Provost Mrs J Robertson 21st July 1955 (54942639)

The crown from the land down under

A still from The Big Short.

Film clue

The Flying Scotsman locomotive

Let Flying Scotsman revisit north of the Border

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Letters to the Editor (55063108)

Trading standards departments should act

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EU FLAG (55062912)

The EU gets an unfair share of the blame

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Residents and wildlife caught in the wind farm draught

Residents and wildlife caught in the wind farm draught

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Health Minister Shona Robinson

Are drug and alcohol budgets as healthy as ministers claim?

With Brexit in meltdown and the Daily Mail in panic mode, bring on the referendum

With Brexit in meltdown and the Daily Mail in panic mode, bring on the referendum

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