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Scottish Government appoints rent review contractor

Rog Wood

The Scottish Government has appointed a contractor to conduct rent modelling work for the new rent test being applied to 1991 tenancies and available to Limited Duration Tenancies. The contract has been awarded to a consortium comprising Savills, Hamish…

12:06am Thursday 25 May 2017

Lack of funds holding back our councils

The City Chambers in George Square, Glasgow

It is difficult not to have some sympathy with the thrust of W Kenneth Gunn’s letter (May 19) in which he bemoans the loss of the “local” in local government following reorganisation in 1975. Many authorities pre 1975 were very local but almost to…

12:07am Thursday 25 May 2017

Two more arrests made as armed police track terror cell network

Two more arrests made as armed police track terror cell network

Two men have been arrested by counter-terror police in Greater Manchester in connection with Monday's attack, bringing the number in UK custody to eight.

7:10am Thursday 25 May 2017

Voting Tory here will condemn England to right-wing policies

Voting Tory here will condemn England to right-wing policies

WE are told there is to be an upsurge in the Tory vote in Scotland. Those who do vote Conservative can do so in the safe knowledge that they will be exempt from many Tory policies. What they will be doing is joining with the minority of Tory voters in…

12:07am Thursday 25 May 2017

New pressure for action on fake news after Manchester terrorist attack cons

Fake: The Ariana Grande picture purported to have been taken in the aftermath of the Manchester terrorist attack

MINISTERS are coming under increasing pressure to deal with fake news after internet trolls flooded social media platforms with bogus messages about missing people and false developments in the wake of the Manchester Arena atrocity.

12:10am Thursday 25 May 2017

Morrissey, Idi Amin, transgender choirs and riot police: Made in Scotland reveals its Fringe showcase

The Last Queen of Scotland. Stellar Quines

A show featuring an 120-strong transgender choir, and plays about Idi Amin's impact on Scotland, four policemen in a riot van, and a fans love for Morrissey are among the key Scottish showcase at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

11:14am Thursday 25 May 2017

Police 'stop sharing Manchester bomb intelligence' with the US after series of leaks

Hashim Abedi, the brother of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi

Police hunting the terror network behind the Manchester Arena bombing have stopped passing information to the US on the investigation as a major transatlantic row erupted over leaks of key evidence in the US, according to a report.

8:52am Thursday 25 May 2017

Court to get update on efforts to resolve RBS legal action

Court to get update on efforts to resolve RBS legal action

A High Court judge is to be given an update today on the state of settlement talks currently under way in a bid to resolve a legal action by thousands of shareholders against Royal Bank of Scotland.

7:07am Thursday 25 May 2017

Suicide bomber Salman Abedi was banned from local mosque and reported to authorities for extremist views

Suicide bomber Salman Abedi was banned from local mosque and reported to authorities for extremist views

Salman Abedi was reported to authorities for his extremist views, yet he managed to walk into Manchester Arena and detonate a suicide bomb, killing 22 people.

12:15pm Thursday 25 May 2017

Giant screens set for Scottish Cup final unveiling as Hampden gears up for Euro 2020

The new giant screens at Hampden.

ABERDEEN and Celtic fans will be able to enjoy replays of the action in the William Hill Scottish Cup final at Hampden this weekend on the largest stadium screens in the country.

11:33am Thursday 25 May 2017
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