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Alex Rowley resigns as Scottish Labour Party's deputy leader

The deputy leader of the Scottish Labour Party has resigned from from his role.

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Vince Cable: SNP MPs must 'show some backbone' and back Brexit Bill amendment

SNP MPs must "show some backbone" and back an amendment to the Government's Brexit Bill that would allow for a second referendum to be held, Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has said.

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Seven males arrested over Edinburgh Bonfire Night 'disorder'

Seven young men have been arrested by police in Edinburgh over alleged disorder in the north of the city on Bonfire Night.

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Anti-abortion campaigners threaten legal challenge against medication decision

Anti-abortion campaigners say they have "no alternative" but to mount a legal challenge if the Scottish Government presses ahead with plans to allow women to take the medication to end a pregnancy at home.

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Ice warnings issued for parts of Scotland as bad conditions cause road accidents

Fresh warnings for ice have been issued for parts of Scotland as the cold snap continues to make conditions tricky for drivers and pedestrians.

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Scots cashing in pensions will pay more tax under Budget plans, say Tories

People who cash in their pension face paying more as a result of proposals in the Scottish Government's draft Budget, according to the Conservatives.

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Theresa May urged to stop RBS shutting 62 branches around UK

The SNP's Westminster leader has urged Prime Minister Theresa May to prevent RBS from closing 62 branches across the UK.

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Orkney, Shetland and Outer Hebrides top quality of life survey

Islanders have the best quality of life in Scotland, according to a new study.

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Three to face court after £150,000 drugs haul seized in Glasgow

Three people have been arrested after drugs with a total street value of £150,000 were seized by police in Glasgow.

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Family pays tribute to 'extremely popular' school bus driver killed in crash

A school bus driver who died in a three-vehicle crash outside Aberdeen will be "sorely missed", his family have said.

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Man struck by car suffers serious head injuries

A man is in hospital with serious head injuries after he was hit by a car in Greenock.

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Raiders steal cash after function at rugby club

Two men have forced entry to a function at sports club in West Lothian and escaped with a four-figure sum of cash.

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Primary school annex hit by fire

A blaze at a primary school outbuilding has been tackled by firefighters.

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Coastguard tug begins towing powerless merchant ship to safety

A coastguard tug has begun towing a merchant ship to safety after it lost power near the Western Isles on Thursday night.

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Household spending not expected to rise until 2020, experts predict

The amount of money households have to spend is not expected to rise for three years, according to experts.

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Homeless man who guarded open car 'overwhelmed' by £8,000 raised for him online

A homeless man who stood guard by an open car to make sure a handbag and money was not stolen has been overwhelmed by a campaign that has now seen more than £8,000 raised for him.

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Derek Mackay: Door is open to constructive talks to pass Scottish Budget

The finance secretary has said his door is open to "constructive talks" to ensure his Scottish Budget will pass.

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Edinburgh's Princes Street partly closed after masonry falls on pedestrian

Part of a busy Edinburgh road was closed after a piece of masonry fell onto a pedestrian.

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School bus driver, 68, dies after three-vehicle crash in Aberdeenshire

The 68-year-old driver of a school bus involved in a serious three-vehicle accident in Aberdeenshire has died.

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Firefighters spend 10 hours tackling blaze at Edinburgh houses

A blaze which took hold of three houses saw firefighters work through the night for almost 10 hours to tackle it.

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