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      BBC works to restore trust in Scotland

      Four days before the Scottish referendum in 2014, a group of about 1,000 gathered outside the BBC’s headquarters in...

    2. August 25, 2016

      Nicola Sturgeon appoints Brexit minister

      Nicola Sturgeon has appointed a Brexit minister to maximise Scotland’s influence in UK negotiations with the EU, even...

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    1. August 25, 2016

      Fears of Britain’s railways rolling into new crisis

      The trains that depart from under the arched glass roof of London’s King’s Cross station on the flagship East Coast...

    2. August 24, 2016

      Scottish independence and the Brexit paradox

      When Scots voted against independence from the UK in the referendum in 2014, it seemed to be the reality of economics...

    3. August 24, 2016

      Oil price slump hits SNP case for independence

      For Scottish Nationalists, the timing is painful: just as the UK’s vote for Brexit brought what many see as their best...

    4. August 24, 2016

      Glencore meanders back from near-death experience

      In business, a near-debt experience can easily turn into a near-death one. A year ago, shareholders were slapping the...

    5. August 24, 2016

      Scottish independence faces scrutiny as oil plunge widens deficit

      The Scottish National party has come under intense pressure to justify claims Scotland would be better off outside the...

    6. August 23, 2016

      Anything That Gives Off Light, Edinburgh: review — ‘Invigorating’

      “I’m calibrating my Scottishness,” says Brian, back in his homeland after nearly nine years to scatter his...

    7. August 23, 2016

      Scotland warns of £11bn cost of Brexit by 2030

      Two years ago, the Scottish government dismissed UK Treasury analysis on the cost of constitutional change as...

    8. August 22, 2016

      Scottish Labour leader lambasts Corbyn

      Jeremy Corbyn is incapable of unifying Labour and winning power, the party’s Scottish leader has declared in a blunt...

    9. August 22, 2016

      Business backers warn on rush for second Scottish vote

      Scottish business supporters of independence have warned against rushing to hold another referendum in the aftermath of...

    10. August 17, 2016

      Sturgeon vows to stand by EU migrants living in Scotland

      Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to make the interests of EU citizens living in Scotland central to her government’s response...

    11. FT Photo Diary

      August 16, 2016

      Sheep Sale in Scotland

      A farmer holds a sheep as sheep farmers gather at the auction for the great sale of lambs in Lairg, Scotland. Lairg...

    12. Fast FT

      August 16, 2016

      Rail fares set to rise 1.9% after RPI release

      Rail fares on half of UK journeys are set to increase by an average of 1.9 per cent from January next year in line with...

    13. August 15, 2016

      UK ministers try to woo Scotland after Brexit

      British ministers are stepping up efforts to reassure Scotland that its interests will be defended during Brexit...

    14. August 12, 2016

      Conservationists and tax officials target Scotland’s moorland estates

      Scotland’s moorland estates are as much the target as the grouse as the Glorious Twelfth opens this year’s shooting...

    15. August 11, 2016

      Rotherham expert to chair sex abuse probe

      Alexis Jay, who led the investigation into sexual abuse in Rotherham last year, is to chair the independent inquiry...

    16. August 11, 2016

      Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, National Theatre (Dorfman), London — ‘A riot’

      There is perhaps a play to be written about a strait-laced convent teacher from Oban, buttering scones in an Edinburgh...

    17. August 11, 2016

      The ins and outs of deportation

      The Brains are an Australian family living in Dingwall, a town you may never have heard of, in the Highlands of...

    18. August 10, 2016

      Sturgeon plans £100m spending boost to counter Brexit uncertainty

      The Scottish government will seek to soften the economic impact of the UK’s Brexit vote by using £100m left over from...

    19. August 7, 2016

      Wales joins Scotland to end sales of Right to Buy council homes

      Wales will join Scotland in scrapping the right for council tenants to buy their homes, unwinding one of the most...

    20. August 7, 2016

      Edinburgh festival to kick off with spectacular castle show

      The Edinburgh International Festival begins on Sunday evening and nobody could accuse its director Fergus Linehan of...

    21. August 5, 2016

      Stop press: Last journalists leave Fleet Street

      The last two journalists on Fleet Street have departed, completing the transformation of the hard-drinking home of the...

    22. August 3, 2016

      Scottish miner predicts golden future

      A Scottish mining company has celebrated its first gold production with champagne and canapés halfway up the...

    23. July 30, 2016

      Most Scots prefer being part of UK to staying in EU, poll says

      Most voters in Scotland would prefer remaining in a post-Brexit UK to independence and continued membership of the EU,...

    24. July 29, 2016

      The new oil order comes back with a vengeance

      The renewed slide in the oil price back towards $40 a barrel is a reminder to the world’s largest producers that they...

    25. July 28, 2016

      Supreme Court rules against Scotland’s child protection scheme

      A flagship Scottish National party policy on child protection has been found to violate human rights legislation by the...

    26. July 27, 2016

      Brexit: Sturgeon and May must balance party and country

      Called by David Cameron in order to unite the Conservative party, the EU referendum has split the United Kingdom,...

    27. July 25, 2016

      Theresa May positions herself against ‘hard Brexit’

      Theresa May has had a combative start as prime minister. First, she stamped her authority on the government with a...

    28. July 25, 2016

      Support for Scottish independence is growing since Brexit

      A month after Britain's historic vote to leave the EU, many in Scotland, which voted 62/38 to remain, are still coming...

    29. Fast FT

      July 25, 2016

      Sturgeon: Brexit will hit 'jobs, investment and living standards'

      Britain’s vote to leave Europe will impact jobs, investment and living standards, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola...

    30. Fast FT

      July 22, 2016

      Scotland's Superglass bows to takeover bid

      Superglass, the UK’s largest independent glass wool maker, has recommended a £8.7m cash offer from an investment...

    31. Fast FT

      July 21, 2016

      Vattenfall invests £300m in wind farm opposed by Trump

      A Scottish wind farm, which US presidential hopeful Donald Trump dubbed a “monstrous” scheme that would “destroy...

    32. July 21, 2016

      Scottish fishermen see net benefits from Brexit vote

      For the first time since 1976, Jimmy Buchan is feeling optimistic about the future of his industry. The skipper from...

    33. July 20, 2016

      Can Scotland really stop Britain leaving the EU?

      In removing Britain from one union, one of Theresa May’s most difficult tasks will be ensuring she does not...

    34. July 18, 2016

      Brexit Briefing: Does Scotland have a veto?

      From the moment she first stood for the Conservative party leadership, Theresa May has insisted that “Brexit means...

    35. July 17, 2016

      Ineos targets British test wells to kick-start shale gas market

      Ineos, the $50bn petrochemicals giant controlled by British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe, aims to accelerate shale gas...

    36. July 17, 2016

      Scotland a key player in Brexit talks claims first minister

      Scotland is now in a “very strong position” to influence the Brexit talks, Nicola Sturgeon, the country’s first...

    37. July 15, 2016

      A tempest tears through British politics

      After one of the most violent tempests in British political history, a sense pervaded Westminster this weekend that...

    38. July 15, 2016

      Railways minister Claire Perry quits over Southern disruption

      The minister for railways who admitted failure this week in a dispute that has crippled Southern train services has...

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