Wedding guests spark brawl in McDonalds after piping themselves into restaurant wearing full Highland dress

11 February 2016 12.02pm.

A pair of wedding guests sparked a brawl in McDonalds by walking in wearing full Highland dress and playing the bagpipes.

Willie Rennie warns delayed CAP payments ‘could put firms at risk’

Delayed payments to farmers could put local businesses at risk, warned Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie.

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Scottish Government backed in fiscal framework talks

Labour, Liberal Democrat and Green members of the group which drew up Scotland's new devolution package have broadly backed the Scottish Government's ...

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Dundee University cuts ‘just the tip of the iceberg’

Multi-million-pound cuts looming over Dundee University are likely to be just the tip of the iceberg for further education across Scotland, says a ...

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John Leslie loses appeal over blocked phone-hacking damages claim

Former TV presenter John Leslie has lost his challenge against a High Court decision to block his second phone-hacking damages claim.

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Sunderland star Adam Johnson admits child sex charge

Footballer Adam Johnson has pleaded guilty to one count of sexual activity with a child and one count of grooming.

Storm Imogen: Search for missing RSPCA inspector continues

A search has resumed for an RSPCA inspector who went missing while trying to rescue sea-birds from a cliff shortly before Storm Imogen's hurricane ...

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Top Gear reveals full line-up for new series

The full line-up for Top Gear has been announced, with a total of seven presenters heading up the BBC's flagship motoring show.

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Man’s best friend? He even licks the dishes

The line between good and bad habits can “become blurred” with nearly half of the nation’s pet lovers letting their dog lick the dishes.

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Colleagues join hunt for missing RSPCA inspector Mike Reid

Colleagues of an RSPCA inspector who went missing while trying to rescue sea birds from a cliff are continuing to hope he is found alive.

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Olympic rower James Cracknell calls for annual checks to combat child obesity

Primary schoolchildren should have annual body checks to help combat rising levels of obesity, former rower James Cracknell has said.

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