News Alex Salmond said his government believed that independence would lead to a new industrial strategy

An independent Scotland's ability to use tax powers, including a cut in corporation tax , would lead to a "jobs boom" and end Westminster's "one size fits all" economics policies, Scotland's First Minister has claimed.

‘Scottish Sun’ appoints showbiz journalist Gordon Smart as editor

The showbiz journalist Gordon Smart has been appointed editor of The Scottish Sun.

A suffering Denis Lebedev on the end of another punishing blow from Guillermo Jones in May

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In May a boxer called Denis Lebedev, fighting Guillermo Jones for a world title in Moscow, set a new extreme standard of bravery by surviving 11 rounds with a gruesome set of injuries.

234 disabled workers' jobs at risk as more Remploy factories face closure

Around 234 disabled workers are at risk of redundancy as nine further Remploy factories face closure, the Government announced today.

Taxpayer to pick up £27,000 legal bill after tribunal hearing over Labour MP Jim McGovern's £24 rail ticket

A dispute over an MP’s £24 train ticket has left the taxpayer with a £27,000 legal bill.

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Black Watch Colours are consigned to history

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Man who raped one woman and sexually assaulted another in the space of 15 minutes is jailed for 10 years

A man who raped one woman and sexually assaulted another in the space of 15 minutes in a city centre street has been jailed for 10 years.

Galloway claims he is the 'Robin Hood' of British politics

Newly-elected MP George Galloway has claimed he is the “Robin Hood” of British politics.

Rugby star Max Evans cleared of club attack

Scotland rugby international Max Evans was back at training today after being cleared of assaulting a man at a nightclub.

Eric Joyce will not fight the election expected in 2015

Assault charge MP 'to stand down'

An MP suspended from the Labour Party after being charged with assault has said he will stand down from Parliament at the next general election, it was reported today.

UK should stay united, says Ed Miliband

Ed Miliband attacked Alex Salmond's desire to "split up" Britain today, and insisted: "We are one United Kingdom."

Ballet Black, Linbury Studio Theatre, London

Now eleven years old, Ballet Black has a confidence and spark. Initially founded to promote black dancers in classical ballet, the company has become an end in itself. This is a taut evening of new work by rising and established choreographers, fluently staged and danced.

Poetry is blossoming in Edinburgh

One year ago this month, Edinburgh's literary history welcomed the first chapter of a mysterious new instalment. A small sculpture featuring a tree carved delicately from the pages of a book was left by an anonymous visitor to the Scottish Poetry Library, alongside a bowl of printed words that combined to form the poem A Trace of Wings by the late Scots Makar (national poet) Edwin Morgan.

A view of the gates at Ibrox, the home of Rangers Football Club

Businessman Brian Kennedy reveals Rangers consortium talks

Businessman Brian Kennedy has confirmed he has held talks with Rangers' administrators about the future of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League side.

Wesley Fofana goes over to score France’s first try during the victory over Scotland

Hogg does Scotland proud but the heartbreak goes on

Scotland 17 France 23

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