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Nicola Sturgeon rules out coalitions after council elections

The First Minister has ruled out any coalitions between SNP and Tory councillors after the forthcoming local authority elections.

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Nicola Sturgeon calls for backing of voters in 'two-horse race' with Tories

Scotland will pay a "heavier price" if more Tory MPs are returned to Westminster in June, according to Nicola Sturgeon.

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Jeremy Corbyn calls on Scottish voters to reject 'vicious' Tories

Jeremy Corbyn has pleaded with Scots to reject the "vicious" Tories in the forthcoming general election - which he said was a choice between the "people and the powerful".

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Report calls for 'bespoke immigration policy' for Scotland

A new report for a Holyrood committee has highlighted how bespoke immigration measures could be implemented in Scotland, based on international examples.

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CCTV image released in Glasgow shooting inquiry

Police investigating the shooting of a man outside his home want to trace a man caught on CCTV running down the street.

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More employers urged to pay Living Wage as stresses on low earners revealed

One in three Scots on a low income often skips meals as they struggle to scrape by, according to a new survey.

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Charity seeks protection measures after reef damaged by scallop dredging

A conservation charity has called for action to protect marine life after a rare flame shell reef was devastated by scallop dredging.

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Benefits reform 'rape clause' must be challenged, union chief says

Trade unionists have been urged to "openly challenge" the so-called rape clause in UK benefits reforms.

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No surge in support for independence after Theresa May speech, poll finds

Theresa May's announcement that "now is not the time" for another referendum has not boosted support for independence, according to a new poll.

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Royal seal of approval for steam engine restored after vandalism

The Prince of Wales will drive a steam engine on a visit to see a railway carriage which has been restored following £10,000 worth of vandalism.

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STUC calls for new Holyrood powers as part of Brexit process

Scotland should be given new powers so it can take a "distinctly different" approach to issues such as immigration and employment rights, union leaders have argued.

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Pupils given chance to sit at dinner attended by Barack Obama

Entrepreneur Sir Tom Hunter has given Scottish school pupils the chance to compete for a table at a dinner attended by former US president Barack Obama.

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Goals Soccer Centres in preliminary merger talks with Powerleague

Five-a-side football business Goals Soccer Centres has confirmed that it is in preliminary discussions with rival Powerleague over a potential merger.

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Sexual offences legislation coming into force

New laws are coming into force aimed at improving the way sexual offences are dealt with in court.

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Lockerbie bomber's family will begin bid to appeal against conviction

The family of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi will launch a bid to appeal against his conviction within a fortnight.

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SNP reselects 54 MPs as general election candidates

The SNP's 54 MPs have been reselected as the party's candidates in the general election.

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Michelle Thomson will not stand at election after SNP rejection

Michelle Thomson has announced she is standing down as an MP.

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Police arrest 10 over alleged offences at Celtic and Rangers semi-final

Police Scotland say 10 men have been arrested in connection with alleged offences at the Old Firm semi-final.

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Driver of Seat Ibiza killed in road accident on A93

A man has died following a road crash in Aberdeenshire.

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Police arrest 18-year-old in Paisley attack inquiry

A teenager has been arrested in connection with an alleged attempted murder in Paisley.

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