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6 Sep, 2018

Mesh implant listed as 'cause of death' for first time in Scotland, FMQs live: First Minister's Questions as it happened, Scottish Government urged to use Harry Potter to boost named person policy, E.coli found at Egyptian hotel where British couple dies, Tom Peterkin: Sturgeon's Government looks like it's run out of steam.

Mesh implant listed as ‘cause of death’ for first time
A woman who underwent controversial mesh implant surgery is believed to be the first in Scotland to have the procedure listed as an underlying cause of death.
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FMQs Live: First Minister’s Questions as it happened

First Minister’s Questions returned today following summer recess at the Scottish Parliament.

Scottish Government ‘urged to use Harry Potter’ to boost named person policy

Scottish Government officials were urged to recruit J K Rowling in an attempt to popularise their controversial named person proposals, papers have revealed.

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E.coli found at Egyptian hotel where British couple died

E.coli has been found at the Egyptian hotel where a British couple died but this does not establish the cause of their deaths, tour operator Thomas Cook said.

Tom Peterkin: Sturgeon’s Government looks like it’s run out of steam

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon had a chance to stop the sense of Scottish Government drift in the new Programme for Government, but she blew it, writes Tom Peterkin.

Orkney leaping on £3m salmon farm investment

Scottish Sea Farms is investing £3 million in a new salmon farm in a move that will create jobs in Orkney.

Sport Update
Scottish football LIVE: Red Bull denies collusion, Rangers £100k legal bill, player boost for Hibs

Follow The Scotsman’s daily blog as we keep you updated with all the latest news, views, rumours and much more from around Scottish football.

Rangers braced for £100k legal bill over Kenny Miller & Lee Wallace appeal

Rangers could be hit with a bill of more than £100,000 after the SPFL upheld an appeal by Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace over financial sanctions handed down by the club to both players last season.

Revealed: 10 Ladbrokes Premiership fixtures switched for TV

Ten Ladbrokes Premiership fixtures have been switched for television in October and November.

Rangers star appears in Nike’s ‘Believe in Something’ ad with Colin Kaepernick

Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield has a surprise cameo of sorts in Nike’s new “Believe in Something” advert, alongside American football quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

And finally...
New images of bridge to link Scotland with Northern Ireland released

The first image of the bridge that could connect Scotland and Northern Ireland has been revealed.

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