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First Minister Alex Salmond has met with the Lord Mayor of the City of London to discuss the economic crisis.Read
Sir Jackie Stewart has agreed to forego this year's payment in his role as "global ambassador" to the beleaguered Royal Bank of Scotland.Read
A number of Scotland's historic visitor attractions are facing closure, a conservation charity has said.Read
Drugs worth £2.5 million have been seized in a series of raids, police have said.Read
The Labour Party has been challenged to learn from US President Barack Obama's successful campaign.Read
A specialist team has been launched to investigate and target serious sexual offences.Read
Scottish banknotes should be as acceptable as English ones in shops and businesses throughout the UK, the Commons has been told.Read
Labour accused the Scottish Government of failing children and teachers by not prioritising education.Read
Prosecutors in Scotland are to be given new powers to appeal in cases like the World's End murder trial, when a judge threw out charges before they reached the jury.Read
A hospital bug campaigner has warned Scotland was being left behind in the battle against the infections.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond has been cleared of misleading Parliament in a row over the funding of a religious body.Read
Security companies with suspected links to the underworld have been targeted in a major police crackdown.Read
Former death row Briton Kenny Richey walked free from court after a judge said he had suffered enough.Read
A former Russian Army soldier and his accomplice have been jailed for life for murdering a Lithuanian migrant worker whose severed head was found on a beach.Read
Labour leader Iain Gray on Friday denied his party had blundered with its about-turn on an independence referendum.Read
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill has vowed to end the "hopeless cycle" of short prison sentences with the launch of new legislation.Read
A post mortem is due to be carried out on an 11-year-old boy who died suddenly at his home.Read
New legislation which could see shorter jail sentences scrapped is due to be published by Justice secretary Kenny MacAskill.Read
A woman calling for a public inquiry into a Clostridium difficile outbreak linked to 18 deaths will take her campaign to Labour's Scottish conference on Friday.Read
A convicted killer and his accomplice are due to be sentenced for the "monstrous" murder of a Lithuanian woman whose head was found on a beach.Read
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond will discuss the economic crisis when he holds talks with the Lord Mayor of the City of London.Read
A victims' rights group expressed concerns after it was revealed a convicted rapist who repeatedly sacked his defence lawyers is still awaiting sentence.Read
The Prime Minister is set to outline plans for securing international agreement on bankers' pay and bonuses.Read
The Prime Minister is due to tell Labour activists of progress he has made in securing international co-operation to help the world's battered economy.Read
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