Second day of searches in Edinburgh remain fruitless
From what we know of other cases, families often feel panic, aren’t able to think straight and can’t sleep or eat
Three-year-old Mikaeel Kular was last seen as his mother put him to bed – by Thursday morning he had gone. Jonathan Brown reports from Edinburgh on the local search and a nationwide alert
Passengers were evacuated at 2pm and bomb disposal experts are at the scene
Julian Hall picks this year’s must-see comedy
The country may have been battered by squally wind and heavy rain, but shoppers descended on Britain's high streets and shopping centres yesterday as struggling retailers slashed prices in a "Panic Saturday" fire sale after one of the slowest build-ups to Christmas on record.
It can cost up to twice as much to study in London as it does Edinburgh, according to new research
In the wake of Gloucester’s most recent reverse on the domestic front, their fifth in a row, Nigel Davies turned to the words of Winston Churchill for inspiration. “When you’re going through hell, keep going,” the Kingsholm commander urged his weary troops, as if all 15 of them were preparing to pad up and face the demonic Dick Dastardly of the Antipodes, Mitchell Johnson.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury issues warning as Scottish Government publishes white paper on independence
Investors complain about ‘lack of visibility’ around bonus scheme for directors
Campaigners from groups such as the World Development Movement claim giving nature a value amounts to an attempt to privatise it
1.7 million in the UK now rent out their spare rooms, claims new report
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Edinburgh's head coach Alan Solomons believes his side is still some way off being a competitive unit, despite masterminding them to a shock Heineken Cup win over Munster. He watched his side survive a first-half battering from the Irishmen yet still led at the break before snatching a 29-23 victory with Tim Visser's late try.
Casey Laulala and Mike Sherry had cancelled out Matt Scott's opener for the Scots, who record their first Heineken Cup victory in 18 months