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The Sunday Post View: The First Minister is right to meet the victims of mesh. It is not before time
Better late than never hardly covers it but last week Nicola Sturgeon finally suggested that, yes, she might, finally, meet some of Scotland’s mesh-damaged women.
Judy Murray: I know exactly why Coleen Rooney turned Wagatha Christie. If you cannot trust your friends and family, what’s left?
Coleen Rooney’s spectacular unveiling last week of her prime suspect in the ultimate case of betrayal has caused the nation’s collective jaw to fall open.
Mark Daly: It was a marathon not a sprint but downfall of doping coach Alberto Salazar is a great victory for sport
BBC Scotland investigations correspondent Mark Daly looks back on a week when his story exposing doping at the top of world athletics came to a head after five years
The talks last week between Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar suggest there may the makings of a proposed Brexit deal.
Hillary Clinton once joked that if she ever wanted to “knock a story off the front page”, all she had to do was change her hairstyle. Unfortunately, for Glasgow’s Lord Provost, it is her haircuts that have become the story.
Cor Hutton: I’m so proud of my two degrees. But that’s not why I wept tears of joy on graduation day
I was flattered, humbled and delighted when I was presented with an honorary doctorate by the Open University.
Any parent knows that as soon as the kids start nursery and school they pick up every bug going – very often spreading it to the rest of the family too.
One of my favourite news-paper cartoons was published early in the 2000s, not long after the war in Afghanistan had begun.
Donald MacLeod: I was headbutted by a teacher and beaten by my dad. But the smacking ban terrifies me
"This will hurt me more than it will ever hurt you.”
It’s ironic the Tories are spending so much time debating how to bolster the Union after leaving the EU, given they have spent the last couple of years tearing it apart in their pursuit of Brexit.
I’ve been in Beijing for most of the week, helping build a tennis workforce over there and also supporting the boys in the China Open.