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Three arrested over Old Firm Referee abuse  THREE men have been arrested in connection with abusive messages sent to a referee after an Old Firm game, it has been reported.
Plan to ban gas hobs and boilers to meet carbon emissions targets  KITCHENS across Britain could look very different over the next six years after proposals were unveiled to ban gas hobs and boilers to curb climate change.
Fox admits EU-Japan trade deal roll-over will not happen for UK by Brexit Day  LIAM Fox, the International Trade Secretary, has confirmed the UK will not be able to roll over the European Union's trade deal with Japan in...
Valencia 1 Celtic 0: Brendan Rodgers' men crash out of Europe after Jeremy Toljan sees red  REACHING the latter stages of a European competition has become the holy grail for a Celtic side whose dominance of Scottish football...
Queen appeals three rates bills at Balmoral  THE Queen is appealing three business rate bills at her Scottish home.
May calls in Tory Remainers for No 10 talks in bid to stem further defections  THERESA May has called in leading Remainer Tories to Downing St to try to stem the flow of defections to the anti-Brexit Independent Group after...
Rennie warns fatal accident inquiries taking too long to help others  VITAL lessons that could be learned from tragedies are coming too late to save others, Willie Rennie has warned, as it emerged some official inquiries take...
Barclays puts by £150m for Brexit uncertainty as profits edge lower  BANKING giant Barclays has revealed a £150 million hit to cover Brexit uncertainty as it said annual profits edged one per cent lower to £3.49 billion.
Scottish budget plans passed by Holyrood  The Scottish Parliament has formally approved the Government's tax and spending plans for 2019-20 in the budget's final vote at Holyrood.
FTSE 100 dragged lower after updates from BAE systems and Centrica  LONDON'S top stocks performed worse than European peers on Thursday as a batch of bad news from big companies dragged the index into the red.
Jim McIntyre says 'nobody resting on their laurels' at Dundee ahead of Hibernian clash  Dundee manager Jim McIntyre insists no one at Dens Park believes they have turned the corner yet.
Men arrested after sending abusive messages to referee John Beaton  Three men have been arrested in connection with abusive messages sent to a Scottish football referee after his contact details were posted online.
Serco signals Brexit boost possibility  Serco said it could benefit from Brexit in the short term if the Government "needs help quickly", as the company lifted its revenue guidance for the year after a string of new...
How likely are Scottish school strikes over pay?  WITH members of Scotland's largest teaching union voting in significant numbers to reject the latest pay offer, strikes in schools are now a very real possibility.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers picks three centre backs to face Valencia in Spain  CELTIC manager Brendan Rodgers has made two changes to his starting line-up for the second leg of the Europa League double header against...
School strike threat 'within weeks' as teachers reject pay deal  Members of Scotland’s largest teaching union have voted to reject the latest pay deal bringing the prospect of school strikes a significant step closer.
FMQs sketch: Parking mad  IT was a noble effort. All the more noble for being doomed.
Alesha MacPhail: Police welcome guilty verdict of boy convicted of killing six-year-old  Police Scotland have welcomed the jury's guilty verdict in the murder trial of six-year-old Alesha MacPhail.
Ex MP Natalie McGarry denies embezzlement charges  Former MP Natalie McGarry has formally denied embezzlement charges at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
Rangers to receive only half of the 20% of tickets they are entitled to for Scottish Cup tie at Pittodrie  RANGERS fans are set to receive just half of the 20% share that the SFA rules say all away sides are entitled to for...
"I will miss you forever" Mum of Alesha MacPhail reacts to guilty verdict  The mother of murdered Alesha MacPhail has spoken of her relief that the teenager who killed her daughter has been brought to justice.
Test driving the new electric Hyundai Kona  There's something about Electric Vehicles (EVs) that still sparks range anxiety. “Will we make it there and back?’ bleats my slightly nervous passenger as he recounts a tale of...
Date set for legal battle between Kezia Dugdale and Wings Over Scotland  A £25,000 legal battle between a pro-independence blogger and former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale will be heard at the end of next month.
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