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Politicians react as Theresa May stands down as Conservative leader  Key political figures have reacted to the news that Theresa May is set to stand down as Prime Minister.
Mothercare reports annual loss before tax of £87.3m  Losses at Mothercare have widened on the back of a drastic restructuring plan, but the company said it will now focus on rebuilding its brand.
Theresa May to stand down as Prime Minister  THERESA May has announced her exit from Downing Street after failing to deliver Brexit and presiding over a collapse in support for the Conservative party.
Why will Scotland take longer than other parts of the UK to declare European election seats?  Voters in Scotland have cast their votes in the European elections with thousands casting their vote.
Hearts fans plan moving cup final tribute to father of three who died of a stroke  Supporters have been urged to get behind a Scottish Cup Final tribute to a father of three who died after suffering a stroke while watching his...
How will the contest to replace Theresa May work?  When Theresa May’s premiership draws to a close, the timetable for the Conservative Party contest to replace her will be set out.
Five most read business stories of the week  THE anouncement by Marks and Spencer that it is to close 25 food stores under its overhaul plans had a claear impact with readers, and it was the business desk's most read...
Thousands of Scottish pupils to join world's largest school climate strike  Hundreds of thousands of pupils across the world will take part in the latest school climate strike.
Rangers star Graham Dorrans attacked in Ibiza street fight  RANGERS player Graham Dorrans has reportedly been attacked while holidaying in Ibiza.
The Bulletin: Rangers target turns down contract at current club | Benitez declines talks with European clubs | Lustig to leave Celtic?  A Rangers target has turned down a contract offer at his current club, adding speculation...
Ruth Davidson on mental health issues and how she battled depression  Ruth Davidson has opened up on her battle with depression, calling for Holyrood parties to work together to offer support to those struggling with mental...
UK Government facing court action after up to two million EU citizens denied vote  EU citizens could sue the UK government for compensation after it emerged up to two million may have been denied the right to vote in the...
Politics Live: Tearful Theresa May says she will quit as Tory leader on 7 June  Following on from the European election, we look at all the political fallout after hundreds of EU citizens were turned away from polling stations. ...
Shetland production issues weigh on oil company's shares  NORTH Sea-focused EnQuest has seen its shares fall 12 per cent after it said production from a big field off Shetland is set to remain well below initial expectations.
Swiss investor to help Menzies assess options after soft start to year  THE founder of a Swiss investment firm that called for a break up of John Menzies has joined the company’s board indicating more upheaval may be on the way ...
ARTS NEWS: Ellroy's event in Glasgow, Cairngorms the stage for major new live artwork, The Gathering at the CCA  THE noted American writer James Ellroy is coming to Glasgow next week to talk about his first book in five years.
From world leader to loss maker: How the British steel industry collapsed  The furnaces roared and rivers of molten steel ran red – for generations Scotland’s steelworks were the powerhouse behind the industrial revolution and...
Legal fight against First Bus for share of bin lorry tragedy payout  Lawyers acting for Glasgow City Council’s insurers have started legal action to force First Bus to share liability for compensation payouts to bereaved...
Isle of Skye becomes huge hit on social media site Instagram  IT has been immortalised in song and has regularly appeared on the big screen in various Hollywood blockbusters.
Standard Life Aberdeen's Edinburgh HQ sold to German pension fund  STANDARD Life Aberdeen’s HQ in Edinburgh has been acquired by a German pension fund.
Glasgow firm acquires luxury holiday company with villas from Asia to Caribbean  THE company headed by Glasgow-based veteran travel agent Duncan Wilson has unveiled a luxury villa chain as its latest acquisition.
Wood chief triumphs at director of the year awards  WOOD Group chief executive Robin Watson, who masterminded the engineering giant’s £2.2 billion takeover of Amec Foster Wheeler, was one of the big winners at the IoD Scotland...
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