Scotland 17 France 23
Man-for-man marking from the Six Nations match at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Remember the clamour for Blair to be installed at No 10?
If ever there were unsung heroes, few can have been less recognised by successive British governments than the sailors of the Royal Navy and Merchant Navy who participated in the Arctic convoys, carrying desperately needed supplies to Murmansk in 1941.
Tommy Sheridan visited the home of a woman who claims to have had an affair with him, a court was told today.
Brian Cox is both Hollywood's favourite rent-a-baddie and a titan of the stage. Pretty good for a man who considers himself 'little me from Dundee'
Labour faces pincer of Nationalists and Conservatives
Time-travelling Tennant gets everywhere
A man has been found guilty of killing his girlfriend's young son.
Growing numbers coming home from war are suffering post-traumatic disorders
Jack Hutton was the highly professional and dynamic editor of Melody Maker who ensured the music paper's transition from the jazz age into the Beatles era and beyond. A lifelong journalist, publisher and keen jazz trumpeter, he launched many new successful titles including Sounds and Kerrang! As a journalist he met and interviewed an extraordinary range of stars, from Charlie Chaplin to Miles Davis and John Lennon. As an editor he knew how to bring together the best writers, photographers and designers, while setting new standards of production.
In 1877, 40 years into the reign of Queen Victoria, an anonymous letter arrived at the offices of the Dundee Weekly News. It was a message in doggerel rhyme, a tribute to a local vicar who "has written the life of Sir Walter Scott/ and while he lives he will never be forgot/ nor when he is dead/ because by his admirers it will be often read."