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Poll: Tory Party members 'would rather see Scotland split from UK than Brexit fail'  CONSERVATIVE Party members would be willing to see the break-up of the UK in order to secure Brexit, a new poll has found.
Facebook to launch cryptocurrency | Sotheby's announces sale to media mogul | Video game developer shares rise  Facebook is to launch a cryptocurrency next year - backed by the likes of Mastercard, Visa and PayPal - which will...
Ex-UEFA president Michel Platini arrested over Qatar World Cup decision  MICHEL Platini, the former president of UEFA, has been arrested in a suburb of Paris as part of the investigation into possible corruption surrounding the ...
13 protesters arrested following Extinction Rebellion road blocks in Edinburgh  Extinction Rebellion protesters have been charged following the disruption caused in Edinburgh City Centre as part of a climate change protest.
Man to appear in court charged with throwing milkshake at Nigel Farage  A man who threw a milkshake at Nigel Farage during a city centre walkabout is due to appear in court facing charges of common assault and criminal damage.
Glasgow Queen Street station reopens after train fire  Glasgow Queen Street has been reopened following a small train fire that sent black smoke billowing inside the terminus.
Boaty McBoatface sub makes 'significant discovery'  The yellow submarine dubbed Boaty McBoatface has returned from its first expedition with data which links increasing Antarctic winds to rising sea temperatures.
The Bulletin: David Turnbull 'to complete Celtic move' | Rangers keen on trio of signings | Celtic and Rangers learn European fate  It looks like David Turnbull may yet join Celtic, Rangers are battling it out for three...
Philip Hammond prepared to resign over spending plans  Chancellor Philip Hammond is prepared to resign over Theresa May’s plans to spend billions of pounds on projects to shore up her legacy, it is understood.
Outlander star Sam Heughan to receive honorary degree  Outlander star Sam Heughan is to receive an honorary degree from the University of Stirling in recognition of his acting and charitable work.
School apps business signs partnership with East Ayrshire Council  A PERTH-based technology business has signed a deal with East Ayrshire Council that will see its software used in primary, secondary and nursery schools across...
Prime heifers sell to top of 284p at St Boswells  Harrison & Hetherington Ltd sold 42 prime heifers in St Boswells yesterday to a top of 284p and an average of 219p (n/c), while 21 prime bullocks peaked at 230p and levelled ...
RBS hails material boost from Saudi banking merger  OIL and gas firm Reabold Resources has hailed the results of drilling which highlighted the potential of a find it reckons could be the biggest made onshore in the UK for...
Letters: We need a summer of protest over Brexit  HERE we find ourselves in mid-June with the Hardest of Brexiters still in control of events leading us steadfastly towards a No Deal Brexit at the end of October.
RBS hails material boost from Saudi banking merger  RBS has moved closer to tidying up the legacy of its role in the disastrous takeover of ABN Amro after a deal involving a Saudi bank it has a stake in, which will release...
Country house hotel eyes expansion  A SCOTTISH country house hotel near Gretna Green, which hosts around 50 weddings each year, has secured £650,000 of funding for expansion and redevelopment.
Margaret Taylor: Whatever happened to the dream of home ownership?  TIME was when home ownership was a really big deal in this country.
Herald Entrepreneur: Restaurateur Ester Rossini: 'We felt that Glasgow was ready for this'  Maurizio and Ester Rossini spent four years looking for a suitable site to fulfil their dream of opening their own Italian restaurant...
Neil Mackay: Our fate must not be left to the liars of the US and UK  DO you hear that familiar noise coming from Washington and London? America beats the drum for war, and London rattles its sabres as a backing track.
Kier shares dive as construction giant announces 1,200 job losses  SHARES in construction firm Kier Group plummeted as it announced 1,200 job cuts under a major review of its business.
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