Warning on devolution ‘false start’

The convener of a key Holyrood committee has warned the UK Government not to get off to a false start with the introduction of legislation to ...

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Nicola Sturgeon calls for Trident probe at FMQs

The First Minister has urged the UK Government to conduct a "top-level" inquiry into allegations made over the security and safety of the Trident ...

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Pressure on Jim Murphy to bring forward resignation date

Jim Murphy could be forced out earlier than his planned departure date as Scottish Labour leader, according to senior figures in the party.

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Grand Theft Auto makers sue BBC over Daniel Radcliffe drama

The makers of Grand Theft Auto have filed a lawsuit against the BBC over a forthcoming drama based on the development of the popular video game ...

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Scottish Power’s remote heat advert banned

A Scottish Power ad for a remote control heating system has been banned for claiming it could save customers up to 20% off their gas bills.

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‘Evil angel’ nurse Victorino Chua sentenced to 35 years

Self-styled 'angel turned evil' Victorino Chua has been jailed for at least 35 years for murdering two patients and poisoning 20 others.

Rail strike called off

A planned rail strike over the Bank Holiday which would have crippled services and led to widespread travel chaos has been called off after Network ...

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Barclays and RBS face hundreds of millions more in forex scandal fines

Barclays has agreed a £1.53 billion fine with US and UK authorities amid a raft of new settlements with banks over their involvement in the rigging ...

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They blame games: are video games really bad for you?

Video games are now one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the world.

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VIDEO: Prince Charles shakes hands with Gerry Adams

Prince Charles has begun a poignant trip to Ireland with a historic handshake with Gerry Adams, one of the most prominent and controversial ...

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