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Attack on man in Clydebank treated as attempted murder

A "targeted and brazen attack" which left a man seriously injured is being treated as attempted murder by police.

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Hepatitis A cases with possible link to bakery probed by health groups

Health authorities are investigating several cases of hepatitis A which may be linked to a bakery.

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Retired doctor warns Theresa May of fresh court challenge over Brexit

Theresa May has been warned of a fresh challenge in the courts over Brexit by a retired Scottish doctor who claims the law requires there to be a second referendum on any withdrawal agreement.

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Eight arrested following Old Firm match at Ibrox Stadium

Eight people have been arrested following the Old Firm clash on Saturday.

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Nicola Sturgeon tells voters 'don't let Tories drag Scotland back on June 8'

Nicola Sturgeon has urged voters not to allow Scotland to be "dragged back by the Tories" at the General Election.

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50:50 gender split in Labour's Scottish election candidates list

Scottish Labour has today published its full list of General Election candidates, with a 50:50 gender split.

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Concerns raised about funding sources for Rangers takeover, Whyte trial hears

Former Rangers director Dave King warned that concerns about the sources of funds available to Craig Whyte in the club takeover may lead to "formal investigation" by police, a court has heard.

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Sturgeon made error in trying to 'weaponise Brexit', says Davidson

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon made a basic error in trying to "weaponise Brexit", Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said.

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£18m already paid out by NHS to patients treated by convicted breast surgeon

The NHS has paid out nearly £18 million after settling the cases of more than 250 patients treated by a surgeon convicted of carrying out needless breast operations.

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Whisky exports increase to more than £4bn, figures show

Scotch whisky exports have risen by 4% in a year to more than £4 billion, marking a return to growth for the sector.

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Charles and Camilla return to Ballater after recovery from 2015 floods

The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay have paid a visit to an Aberdeenshire village to witness its resurgence following devastating floods.

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Police reveal fears for missing woman last seen in public in 1999

The disappearance of a vulnerable woman last seen in public more than 17 years ago may be down to something "more sinister" than originally thought, police have said.

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Brexit Secretary says Scottish Government single-market plans 'not deliverable'

Scottish Government plans to stay in the single market after exiting the European Union (EU) would "not be deliverable", the UK Brexit Secretary has said.

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Theresa May more in touch with Scots than Nicola Sturgeon, Tories claim

Theresa May is "more in touch" with Scots than the First Minister, Ruth Davidson has claimed, after a new poll suggested the Tories could be on track to win eight seats in Scotland in the General Election.

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Teenage boy among four injured as van crashes into bus stop

Four people, including a 15-year-old boy, remain injured in hospital after a van ploughed into a bus stop.

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Labour targeting more than three seats in election, Kezia Dugdale says

Kezia Dugdale has dismissed as "absolute nonsense" claims that Labour is targeting just three seats in Scotland in the forthcoming General Election.

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Five-year plan for Prestwick Airport to return to private sector

Management at Prestwick Airport plan to return it to private ownership within the next five years, a report has revealed.

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Holyrood committee supports plans to merge transport police with national force

A Holyrood committee has backed plans to merge British Transport Police in Scotland with the national force - despite Tory and Labour MSPs refusing to back the proposal.

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College body urged to resume talks after strike by lecturers

A union boss has called on college management to "stop spinning and resume talking" after t housands of lecturers staged a strike in a long-running dispute over pay and conditions.

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Report raises concerns over education reforms guidance

A commission set up to examine education reforms has raised concerns over the "highly-prescriptive" guidance which accompanies direct funding for headteachers.

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