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A Battle of Arnhem veteran took a dram of whisky to the grave of his friend during an emotional first return to the Netherlands in 75 years.
Pupils from two British schools have joined hundreds of Dutch children in laying flowers at the graves of the fallen heroes of the Battle of Arnhem.
A Scot living in Israel was beaten to death and a catalogue of failures allowed her killer to go free, a leading pathologist has concluded after studying post mortem reports.
Ministers warn increasing tensions in Northern Ireland after a no-deal Brexit will heighten risk of sectarian violence in Scotland after summer of trouble
Sectarian violence could surge in Scotland in the wake of a no-deal Brexit, ministers have warned.
Greyhounds trained or racing in Scotland have tested positive for banned drugs such as cocaine and amphetamine dozens of times, we can reveal.
Too many to fine: Council still to turn on cameras as thousands of drivers miss the signs for new bus lanes
Cameras at two controversial new bus gates in Scotland’s biggest city are still to be switched on three weeks after it was claimed the restricted zones had gone live, we can reveal.
It is wrong to think this disease is a thing of the past. Tragically, it is not: Campaigners raise awareness of leprosy
One of Scotland’s best-known chefs and leading health experts have joined forces to highlight the enduring suffering inflicted by leprosy.
A 97-year-old Second World War veteran parachuted back into the Dutch city of Arnhem yesterday 75 years after he was taken prisoner there.
Richard Leonard has called for clarity on Labour’s stance over the next steps of Brexit.
David Cameron has said “frustration” during the Scottish independence referendum campaign prompted his plea for the Queen to intervene but he now wanted to avoid making his indiscretion “worse”.
A row has erupted over a council’s plans to ship biodegradable waste from Scotland to a Swedish incinerator.