Scotland claimed three more gold medals as the second day of the Glasgow Games produced another rich harvest of sporting success.
A Tory peer slipped up after accidentally calling the Commonwealth Games the "Conservative Games".
A RACEHORSE owned by the Queen has tested positive for morphine, a prohibited substance, Buckingham Palace announced.
THE chairman of the powerful Treasury Committee has accused RBS of being "obtuse" with MPs and questioned the bank's ability to be straightforward with customers.
HIS name may be above the door of the velodrome where the 2014 Commonwealth Games track cycling events will be contested, but Sir Chris Hoy will be firmly sitting this one out.