Air show attracts record crowds

27 July 2014 8.00pm.

Scotland's national air show drew record crowds as thousands flocked to see aerial action, including a display celebrating the 50th anniversary of ...

Teacakes among Games auction items

27 July 2014 3.00pm.

The giant dancing Tunnock's teacakes that proved a hit at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony have been put up for auction.

Yes vote 'will improve childcare'

A higher proportion of people believe childcare and gender equality will improve in an independent Scotland than those who think it will be better in ...

SNP: Scottish wealth higher than UK

Scottish wealth per head is over £2,300 higher than the UK as a whole and outstrips major economies such as France, Japan and Italy, according to the ...

SNP: Yes vote 'will improve wages'

Around 150,000 people could see their pay increase in the event of a Yes vote in the referendum, according to the SNP.

Labour vows 'new deal' for railways

Public companies will be allowed to bid for Scottish rail franchises if Scotland votes No to independence and Labour wins the UK general election, ...

17% 'would consider Yes vote exit'

About one in six people would consider moving away from Scotland in the event of a Yes vote in the referendum, according to a new poll.

Amazon and Visa results hit stocks

The stock market has ended lower after Visa and Amazon posted disappointing results.

£3m settles tycoon damages claim

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has agreed to pay £3 million to settle civil damages claims brought by property tycoon Vincent Tchenguiz arising from ...

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Tulisa 'felt her life was over'

Former X-Factor judge Tulisa Constavlos said she became "a paranoid wreck" and felt her life was over after being caught up in a cocaine sting, which ...

Legion launches WWI tribute effort

The Royal British Legion has launched a campaign to encourage people to pay tribute to every one of the 1,117,077 Commonwealth servicemen and women ...

Blood donors hepatitis E risk shown

One in every 3,000 blood donors in England could be infected with hepatitis E, new figures suggest.

Passport Office staff to strike

Passport Office staff will strike today over staff shortages which they say have led to a serious backlog in processing applications this year.

Royal support for Games competitors

Commonwealth competitors will get a royal reception today as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive to watch the action at Glasgow 2014.

50m patients 'will be turned away'

The number of times GP surgeries in England are forced to turn away patients for appointments next year will pass the 50 million mark, new research ...

Transparent pesticide studies urged

MPs have raised concerns over Government plans to allow pesticide manufacturers to fund "critical" research examining the impact of their chemicals ...