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New this morning
RBS would move its headquarters from Scotland to London if the nation voted for independence, the boss of its parent company confirmed.
Anas Sarwar welcomed Labour’s “progress” in the polls but says he is not a “superhero” who could reverse a 20-year decline in just 10 weeks.
The Scottish Greens will stress the need for urgent action on the climate as they enter the final days of campaigning ahead of the election.
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On the campaign trail
Anas Sarwar will meet candidates at a local cancer centre to talk about Labour’s plans to “re-mobilise cancer services”.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie will play shinty with Wendy Chamberlain MP.
Scottish Green co-leaders set out vision for “bold climate action”.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross and Ruth Davidson campaign for pro-UK voters to lend their party their list votes.
In case you missed it
Nicola Sturgeon is promising to put rural communities at the heart of her recovery plan during a campaigning visit to her top target seat.
More than 12,000 people declared themselves homeless across the north of Scotland in the past five years, according to figures from councils.