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The National Lottery has brought together winners from the past quarter of a century to celebrate its 25th anniversary this year.
Willie Rennie has claimed the Liberal Democrats are “stronger” as a party after their time in coalition with the Tories but admitted he has “regrets” about some of the policies that were introduced.
Temperatures could reach their lowest so far this autumn, with a frosty night ahead, the Met Office has warned.
The SNP said its exclusion from the ITV General Election debate is depriving voters of the chance to make their own decisions.
Sunday proved to be a quiet day on the election trail, with many leading figures turning to TV appearances to get their party message across.
Criminologist says more must be done to ready prisoners for release as he delivers flagship community justice lecture in capital
It was known as the Gilded Cage, where some of Scotland’s most violent men went in and artists and poets came out.
The partner of Sheku Bayoh has spoken of her heartache after his death in custody and demanded to know why more than four years after his death there are still no answers.
Glasgow School of Art has been criticised for failing to remove potentially lethal asbestos from a building it has spent millions buying and refurbishing.
Police in Scotland are not being given proper guidance to identify victims of psychological abuse inflicted by their partners, according to campaigners.
Jeremy Corbyn has ruled out holding another Scottish independence referendum before the Holyrood elections in 2021, following SNP demands for a vote next year.
More Scots on zero-hour contracts: Experts warning uncertainty and stress taking toll on workers’ health
The number of Scots working on insecure zero-hours contracts has jumped to 70,000, we can reveal. The controversial contracts allow employers to hire staff with no guarantee of work and cancel shifts at short notice.