Scotland’s optimism for the RBS 6 Nations was doused in sadly familiar fashion at BT Murrayfield as England’s swarming defence and powerful pack won a deserved victory to retain the Calcutta Cup for a ninth successive time.
Glasgow laid down a marker for the Guinness PRO14 with a bonus point victory over their chief rivals Munster in a compelling all-round display at Scotstoun.
A prominent Labour backbencher has called for a “fundamental debate” within the party about its worldview, amid continuing controversy over Jeremy Corbyn’s response to the Salisbury poisoning.
Andy Farrell has dismissed any suggestion of paranoia in the Lions camp regarding apparent Australian surveillance of their playing movements.
An inquest into the deaths of two soldiers killed in an explosion has been told there had never been a similar incident involving the British Army’s main battle tank in nearly 20 years of service.
The Spanish Government has denied it has opened any Scottish Brexit talks after the SNP's Brexit Minister appeared to suggest conversations have taken place.
A 30-year-old woman has appeared in court charged with murdering Dundee mum Marie Low.
Hitman Johnny Russell is on a deadly run of form and says it is largely thanks to the “ammunition” he is being supplied with.
ENGLAND hate-figure Chris Ashton put the seal on Edinburgh’s wretched Heineken Cup campaign at snowy Vicarage Road.
Scottish Brexit Minister Mike Russell has accused the UK Government of being “frankly dishonest” over Brexit and “letting everybody down”.