i Gloria De Piero, politician

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Gordon Strachan wants to build on Scotland's victory against Croatia

Gordon Strachan urges Scotland to light up Burns' night

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Usain Bolt on the podium with his third gold of the Championships and eighth gold at the Worlds overall (Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

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Album: Glasvegas, Later… When the TV Turns to Static (BMG/Go Wow)

The album's very name is an anachronism, an analogue title in a digital age. It feels like a band making a heroic last stand. Which isn't quite the case: having been dropped by Sony, Glasvegas have been picked up by another major player, BMG.

Scottish politicians attack ‘going home’ immigration posters as ‘shameful’

A charity has also labelled the Home Office posters displayed in reporting centres ‘racist’

Whatever Gets You Through the Night

Edinburgh 2013: Whatever Gets You Through the Night - Vignettes striving to illustrate Scotland's character

An ambitious multimedia project pulled together by director Cora Bissett and lent direction by the dramaturgy of playwright David Greig, Whatever Gets You Through the Night is an anthology of theatrical and musical vignettes which strives to illustrate the character of Scotland after dark, of the convergence of hope, despond and a sense of being out of oneself that being up and awake while the world sleeps brings.

Neil Lennon

Shakhter Karagandy 2 Celtic 0: Neil Lennon fires warning over Parkhead return in Champions League play-off

The Scottish side suffered a shock defeat in the Champions League qualifier

Neil Lennon

Shakhter Karagandy 2 Celtic 0 match report: Celtic stunned by minnows from Kazakhstan in Champions League play-off

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Rangers owner Charles Green (far left)

Charles Green to stand down from consultant role at Rangers

The former chief executive was being paid for the position

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A thistle man named Clyde has been unveiled as the mascot which will celebrate with Sir Chris Hoy on his last hurrah at the Commonwealth Games before calling it a day. Clyde was designed by a 12-year-old, and it shows. The creator, Beth Gilmour, said:

Commonwealth Games ticket rush hits website

Massive demand for next summer’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow has led to delays on the official website as a million tickets were launched. Initial demand on the ticketing section of the site was said to be “very high”.

An artist's impression of Hampden Park, Glasgow 2014

Get set, Glasgow: A million tickets for Commonwealth Games on sale

Up to a million tickets will go on sale this morning for next year’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, with officials hoping to build on the popularity of the British athletes who starred at the Olympics.

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Premier League launch clampdown on pubs and clubs showing matches

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