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SCOTLAND’s charity watchdog is investigating the closure of one of
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ONE thing seems pretty clear from the tiresome and demoralising Conservative leadership contest: the more the two candidates talk, the worse it gets.
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Working it out
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SUMMER is the time for rock music. The last notes had hardly died at Glastonbury before the first chords were struck at TRNSMT. Summer festivals are a bonanza for topliners. Stormzy, Lewis Capaldi, George Ezra and Ed Sheeran are in more countries than the Black Death.
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‘SEND. Her. Back!” So that’s how it’s going to be now. Not “lock her up” but “send her back”. Three days after telling four left-leaning Democrat congresswomen to “go back” to the countries they “originally” came from, and the same day as the House of Representatives condemned him as racist, an energised Donald Trump was sending a crowd of supporters into paroxysms of ecstasy at a rally in North Carolina. This time, Mr Trump was serving up racism with his misogyny, and th
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It is depressing that the debate over Scotland's scandalously high level of deaths from drugs has descended so rapidly into a constitutional tit-for-tat.
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IT received worldwide fame for taking Harry Potter from Platform 9 and ¾ all the way to Hogwarts.
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IN the close confines of an aircraft cabin, particularly long haul, particularly cramped in economy with strangers, the tiniest infractions become rage-worthy.
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IT was trumpeted as a green jobs revolution. But critics have since lashed out at the “broken promises” at the heart of Scotland’s booming renewables sector – insisting thousands of jobs are being lost.
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NETWORK Rail Scotland executives have been warned they face having their earnings slashed if they do not resolve issues which have seen delays caused on Scotland’s railways by maintenance and other line faults reach a five year high.

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