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BBC News - Scotland
BBC News - Scotland

College disruption as lecturers strike over pay

The EIS Further Education Lecturers' Association is calling for a "fair" cost-of-living pay rise.

Inspectors raise concerns about staffing at Addiewell prison

Staffing levels at Addiewell prison in West Lothian are "far from ideal", according to its latest inspection.

Celtic: Stephen McManus hopes to save club 'millions of pounds' as youth coach

New Celtic Under-18s coach Stephen McManus says there is a lot talented players in the country and wants to ensure they reach the club's first team.

Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon says another EU referendum 'only credible option'

Scotland's first minister says it is time to "stop the clock" on Brexit and "put this issue back to the electorate".

Partick Thistle: Alan Archibald 'not bitter' but thinks sacking came too soon

Alan Archibald says his "gut feeling" was to leave Partick Thistle after relegation but thinks the board acted too soon to sack him this season.

Homes evacuated in Kirkcaldy after man found dead

Potentially volatile and flammable items were discovered beside a man's body in a property in Kirkcaldy.

Nicola Sturgeon calls for second Brexit referendum

The first minister was reacting to MPs emphatically rejecting the prime minister's Brexit deal.

How did your Scottish MP vote on the Brexit proposal?

The vast majority of Scotland's 59 Scottish MPs rejected the Brexit deal - including three Tory rebels.

Landmark 'People make Glasgow' tower sold for redevelopment

The former City of Glasgow College building was central to the promotion of the city's brand during the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Brexit: PM's Brexit deal voted down by 432 to 202

The prime minister's Brexit deal is backed by 202 MPs but 432 vote against.