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Carolyn Leckie: ScotRef will happen – but what’s at stake is the timing

Yes supporters in Glasgow’s Buchanan Street in 2014. The next vote wont be any less politicised Photograph: Mark Runnacles/Getty

FOR a long time, many media people used to invoke the famous Aberdeen Press and Journal headline on the day after the Titanic disaster to ridicule the parochialism of the Scottish press. “North-east man lost at sea”, it said. Except it didn’t.…

12:00am Monday 27 March 2017

May's last chance: PM heads north for final talks with Nicola Sturgeon before Article 50 is triggered

Theresa May has not indicated how Scotland's interests will be protected during the Brexit process

THERESA May will visit Scotland today for her last meeting with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon before Article 50 is triggered on Wednesday.

12:00am Monday 27 March 2017

South Korea: Ferry that sank with the loss of 300 lives is lifted

Salvage teams help raise the Sewol

A SOUTH Korean ferry that sank nearly three years ago killing more than 300 people has been lifted from the water.

3:44pm Thursday 23 March 2017

Theresa May confirms date that Article 50 will be triggered

Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images

THERESA May will trigger Article 50 on 29 March beginning the two year process to take the UK out of the European Union.

12:42pm Monday 20 March 2017

Staff shortages put new Navy warships at risk, says National Audit Office

The effective deployment of HMS Queen Elizabeth and a second new warship could be jeopardised

A SHORTAGE of specialist military experts could threaten the effective deployment of two new Royal Navy aircraft carriers, it is claimed.

12:00am Thursday 16 March 2017

Auditor blames lack of trust and rows for £60m police computer contract fail

Martin Leven has worked in IT for more than 20 years but this did not stop the collapse of the project

A LOSS of trust and disagreements about what had to be delivered have been blamed for the collapse of a project to build a £60 million IT system for Police Scotland, according to a new report.

12:00am Thursday 9 March 2017

Profile: Caracas, the world's most dangerous city

The streets of Caracas belong to the gangs after dark   Photograph: Getty

ONCE dubbed the Paris of South America, the capital of Venezuela has been given the unenviable title of the world’s most dangerous city with over 3,000 murders last year alone.

12:00am Monday 6 March 2017

Roger Mullin MP attacks UK Government bid to 'sneak' through regulatory changes

Roger Mullin forced delay to deregulation moves in committee

A SENIOR SNP MP has accused the UK government of trying to make life easier for the financial sector post-Brexit by trying to sneak legislative changes on deregulation plans through a little-known committee.

12:00am Saturday 11 March 2017

President Tusk has plenty of EU support in reelection bid

President of the EU Council, Donald Tusk

DONALD Tusk has “overwhelming support” to retain one of the European Union’s top jobs, despite opposition from the government of Poland, the EU leader overseeing the election process said.

12:00am Friday 10 March 2017

The National Roadshow in Dundee: City setting its sights on future oil work

Councillor Willie Sawers says the investments will meet the city’s priorities

A LEADING councillor is defending the rise in Dundee’s council tax which will see some residents in higher-band homes facing an increase of more than £600.

12:00am Wednesday 8 March 2017
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