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Scots' hopes for Brexit deal 'similar to those of voters across UK'

Scottish voters share similar views on Brexit as those in the rest of the UK, showing little demand for a special deal north of the border, new research suggests.

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Search called off after police find missing woman with dementia

A missing elderly woman with dementia has been found by police.

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Woman injured in stairwell collapse in Perth city centre

A woman has been taken to hospital after a stairwell collapsed in Perth.

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Two held on gun smuggling charge

Two men have been arrested over an attempt to smuggle a gun into the country.

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Queensferry Crossing will not open to traffic until summer

The new Queensferry Crossing will not open until between mid-July and the end of August.

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Triggering Article 50 'politically and constitutionally reckless', says Sturgeon

The Prime Minister's triggering of Article 50 was "politically and constitutionally reckless" and denying Scots a second independence referendum before negotiations are over would be "democratically indefensible", Nicola Sturgeon has said.

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Scottish Greens field 219 candidates for council elections

The Scottish Green Party has announced it is fielding a record 219 candidates in this year's council elections.

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Cyclist in serious condition after collision with double-decker bus

A cyclist is in a serious condition in hospital after he was involved in a collision with a double-decker bus.

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Driver hunted over attempted murder of police officer

A driver tried to mow down a police officer in an attempted murder in Glasgow.

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Nicola Sturgeon brands Brexit a 'reckless gamble' as PM begins EU divorce

Nicola Sturgeon has branded Brexit a "reckless gamble" as she said Scotland should be allowed to choose its own future once the terms of the UK's departure from the European Union are clear.

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Moving power from Whitehall is 'an economic necessity', says Dugdale

Moving political power from Whitehall "isn't just a constitutional convenience, but an economic necessity", Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has said.

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Advisory group sent in to NHS Tayside amid financial challenges

Independent advisers have been appointed to help NHS Tayside meet ''prolonged and considerable'' financial challenges.

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First Minister will not meet Donald Trump during US visit

Nicola Sturgeon will not meet Donald Trump when she visits the United States next month.

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Wife of rugby legend Scott Hastings found safe

The wife of Scotland rugby hero Scott Hastings has been found safe and well after being reported missing.

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Dunsyre Blue cheese named as source of fatal E.coli outbreak

The consumption of Dunsyre Blue cheese was the source of a fatal E.coli outbreak last year, an investigation has concluded.

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Take That sing Proclaimers hit to promote Kiltwalk

Take That have performed their own version of a Proclaimers hit as they urged people to sign up for a charity walk.

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Patient trolleys and toilets 'heavily contaminated' at new Glasgow hospital

Inspectors found two patient trolleys "heavily contaminated with blood and faeces" on a visit to Scotland's newest hospital.

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Fresh concern reignites row over funding for ScotRail free travel scheme

A row over funding for free travel for rail passengers has reignited after an MSP questioned if correct procedure was followed.

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Teenager injured in deliberate fire in Glenrothes

A teenage boy has suffered serious injuries in a deliberate fire which police are treating as attempted murder.

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Professional services firm brings 300 new jobs to Scotland in European expansion

More than 300 jobs are to be created over the next five years by a global professional services firm which is expanding its European operations in Scotland.

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