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14 Sep, 2018
Jo Swinson becomes first MP to bring a baby to a Commons debate
A former minister cradled her baby on Parliament’s famous green benches - in what is thought to be a first during a Commons debate.
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Richard Leonard: This is how we can fix Scotland’s broken economy

A Scottish economics education, five years working as an economist, followed by 20 years representing working people at the point of production in Scottish industry has afforded me a rare insight into the relationship between economic theory and practice.


FMQs: Nicola Sturgeon apologises over mental health referrals

Almost 25,000 referrals for mental health treatment for young people have been rejected since Nicola Sturgeon became First Minister in 2014, Labour has said.


The legal eagles helping Scottish sports stars achieve excellence

Brodies steps up to the mark in supporting local tennis and swimming events


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I was bullied at school, admits First Minister Nicola Sturgeon

Nicola Sturgeon has revealed that she was bullied at primary school.


No-deal Brexit could cause property crash, Bank of England governor warns PM

The governor of the Bank of England has warned ministers that house prices could crash by more than a third in the event of a disorderly, no-deal Brexit.


Sport Update
SFA writes to football’s law makers for ‘clarification’ on red cards

The Scottish Football Association has contacted the International Football Association Board (IFAB) seeking “clarification” on the red card law, after a mumber of recent high profile incidents in the Scottish Premiership.


Gary Orr hopes hickory hit is good omen for Scottish Seniors

It worked for Brandon Stone when he won the Scottish Open at nearby Gullane in the summer and now Gary Orr is hoping that experiencing golf from the hickory era will also “rub off” on him in this week’s Scottish Seniors Open at Craigielaw.


Daughter’s quip lifted Craig Levein’s spirits after ‘fright’

Newly discharged from hospital following treatment for a coronary problem that had Hearts fans worried and well-wishers from around the globe texting goodwill messages, Craig Levein was resting up when his daughter Christie informed him of the additional swell of online support.


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Scottish-set zombie musical Anna and the Apocalypse to open Glasgow Youth Film Festival

Scottish-made horror-musical-comedy Anna and the Apocalypse is full of youthful, anarchic energy – which makes it a perfect fit for the Glasgow Youth Film Festival, writes Siobhan Synnot


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