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A 14-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the death of a man following an attack on a Glasgow street.
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Judith Kerr, author. Born: 14 June 1923 in Berlin, Germany. Died: 22 May 2019, aged 95
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There are a range of options to ensure you don’t get stung in the pocket taking out cash abroad, says Which’s Jenny Ross
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The intransigence of raving right-wing No Dealers and the People's Vote lobby means the chance of a compromise Brexit deal that most of us could have lived appears to have gone, writes Brian Wilson.
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Mid-market chain restaurants have suffered as people look for bargain meals with the occasional expensive treat, writes Stephen Jardine.
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Boris Johnson or whoever replaces Theresa May in 10 Downing Street will face the same problems and fear the same outcome, which could make a no-deal Brexit seem like a risk worth taking.
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It was a speech aimed at shifting attention away from the failure to complete the primary task of Theresa May’s premiership, but the delivery was more effective than the words.
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Confusing a brusque manner with bullying has fuelled the rise of kiddy-on hardmen like Nigel Farage and the far-right because voters crave strong leaderhip, writes Kevan Christie.
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The days of excessive pre-flight airport drinking have fallen significantly at Glasgow following the success of a project to tackle disruptive travellers .
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Chinese influence is strong in Africa, finds Susan Dalgety as she and the people of Malawi await the results of a general election.
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