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Glasgow child prostitution claims being investigated by police

Police are to investigate claims that children as young as 12 are routinely being sold for sex in one of Scotland's most deprived areas.

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MSPs call for consent amendment in EU Withdrawal Bill

The EU Withdrawal Bill should be amended so that UK ministers cannot legislate in devolved areas without the consent of the Scottish Government, MSPs have said.

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Independent review ordered into hospital waiting-times under-reporting claims

Health Secretary Shona Robison has ordered an independent review after a whistleblower raised concerns that long A&E waiting times at a hospital were being under-reported.

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Briton 'tortured in India' back in police custody, campaigners say

A British man arrested in India and said by campaigners to have been tortured by police has been returned to police custody , it is claimed.

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Andy Murray Live tennis event raises £700,000 for charity

A charity tennis event set up by British number one Andy Murray raised more than £700,000 this year.

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Scottish Labour set to announce new leader

The new leader of Scottish Labour will be announced at an event in Glasgow.

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'Progress made' in talks to secure BiFab future, Scottish Government say

Progress has been made following "intensive talks" aimed at securing the future of troubled engineering firm BiFab, the Scottish Government has said.

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UK state pension scheme must be overhauled, think-tank says

Politicians have been urged to show "moral and political" leadership by overhauling the current "unsustainable" UK state pension scheme.

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More Scots over 55 saving for trip than to leave money for relatives - study

More Scots over the age of 55 are saving money to go travelling than are putting away cash to leave to their families, according to new research.

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Voting closed in Scottish Labour leader contest

Voting in Scottish Labour's leadership contest has closed.

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Pedestrian dies in crash involving car and motorcycle in Fife

A pedestrian has died in a collision involving a motorcycle and a car.

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Aberdeen stadium plans face further public consultation

Aberdeen's plans for a new football stadium are to go back out to public consultation.

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Phil O'Donnell's son to parade League Cup almost 10 years after father's death

Phil O'Donnell's youngest son will parade the League Cup around Hampden before his late father's former clubs meet in the final, almost ten years since he died aged 35.

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Best seabird breeding season for Outer Hebrides island since 2000

The island of Mingulay in the Outer Hebrides has had its best seabird breeding season since 2000, according to new figures.

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Scotland's economic growth will drop in 2018 but with no recession, predicts PwC

Economic growth in Scotland is projected to fall slightly next year, but the country is expected to avoid recession amid uncertainty over Brexit, a new report has found.

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Children 'sold for sex in deprived area of Glasgow'

Children as young as 12 are routinely being sold for sex in one of Scotland's most deprived areas, it has been claimed.

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Online fraud fears over Christmas shopping revealed

Almost two thirds of Scots worry about their credit or debit card details being stolen while they shop online, new research has found.

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SNP suspends Mark McDonald over fresh misconduct allegations

The SNP has suspended Mark McDonald after fresh allegations were made about the conduct of the former Scottish Government minister.

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BiFab workers march on Holyrood amid fight for jobs

Hundreds of workers at the struggling engineering firm BiFab have marched on the Scottish Parliament in their fight to safeguard jobs and secure the future of the company.

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Sturgeon to return early from climate summit to hold BiFab talks

Nicola Sturgeon is to return from a UN climate change conference earlier than planned to be available for talks over the future of the crisis-hit BiFab yards, the Deputy First Minister has told MSPs.

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