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Iain McWhirter: Gamble for the SNP in asking voters too many complex questions

MONEY, as we know, never sleeps. The former editor of the Daily Record, Murray Foote, has revealed that, on the eve of the independence referendum in 2014, he was...

John Swinney accused of ‘mother of all climbdowns’ after shelving flagship school Bill

EDUCATION Secretary John Swinney has been accused of the “mother of all climbdowns” after shelving his flagship school legislation. As The Herald revealed...

Partick pub fight sees men assaulted as police seek witnesses

TWO men were assaulted, one seriously, after a massive fight outside a popular Partick pub. Police and ambulances rushed to the Quarter Gill on Dumbarton Road after the...

Use it or lose it: Dozens of Glasgow taxi drivers licenses suspended for NOT living here

Dozens of Glasgow cab drivers had their permits suspended this week. Licensing bosses swung the axe on a list of cabbies whose registered addresses are outside of...

I was sexually assaulted by six men in music industry, claims Sinitta

Sinitta has claimed she was sexually assaulted by six men in the music industry. The pop star, 54, told the Daily Mirror one of the attackers was a singer she had...

Govan police station to accept firearms under new amnesty campaign which aims to stop organised criminal gangs getting their hands

A TOP cop has said the force want to impact on the ability of organised crime groups getting their hands on firearms ahead of a new surrender campaign which starts...

Cost to rebuild Glasgow School of Art could top £200m, as government is ‘ready to help’

Restoring Glasgow School of Art’s fire-ravaged Mackintosh building to its previous architectural glories could cost hundreds of millions of pounds and take years...

Dad-of-eight still follows 15-point list left by late wife eight years on

For the best part of a decade Ian Millthorpe has carefully plaited hair, ironed shirts and vetted boyfriends. But this Father’s Day spells a well-earned day off...

Distraught Scots dog owner reveals his pet was discovered in a rubble sack washed up on a beach

A DOG owner has said his family are distraught after the remains of their beloved pet was found washed up on a beach in a rubble sack. Davie Murdoch, from Bonhill,...

Glasgow family of boy killed by falling gravestone awarded six-figure payout

THE family of an 8-year-old boy killed by a falling gravestone in a Glasgow cemetery have been awarded a six-figure compensation payout by the council....