A 25-year-old man faces 10 charges including four counts of rape and six of assault
A member of the public found the body at 7am on Monday along the coastline in North Queensferry
Karen Wright meets the artist in her modest studio in Homerton, east London
University says it will also 'continue to support student refugees arriving into Edinburgh from Syria'
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The suspect allegedly sent threatening messages to a man he had slept with, claiming not to have used a condom
Time was when to be young and not drink was unusual, to say the least. Not any more. Oscar Quine goes non-alcoholic with Generation Abstemious and finds out why they've turned their backs on booze
Student launches online petition calling for the students' union to 'reinstate and defend free speech'
'Just as France is famous for vine and cheese. Australia is famous for its drunks and racists. I’m sorry I need to reject this request'
'A great pub is society in microcosm, where you'll share the stresses of everyday life'
Nitesh Patel, economist at the Bank of Scotland, said: 'As Scotland's financial and political hub, it's expected that Edinburgh would hold some of the most expensive properties'
The comedian and broadcaster is best known for his appearances in 'Black Books' and as a panel show regular on 'QI', 'Have I Got News For You' and 'Never Mind the Buzzcocks'
Karen Wright meets the artist at his studio in a new low-rise building in Homerton, east London
Bradford has been crowned with the dubious title of 'worst' town
Focus groups conducted in Edinburgh and Glasgow found that Labour was seen as 'indistinguishable from the Tories'
Beginning of the investigation into much-maligned service has been subject to a minor delay of its own