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Salmond warns of 'constitutional crisis' looming over Article 50

The triggering of the Article 50 process without a legislative consent motion (LCM) from the Scottish Parliament would "result in a constitutional crisis", Alex Salmond has said.

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Laser and light show to mark Edinburgh's Hogmanay Midnight Moment

A "visual and memorable" laser and light show will welcome 2017 as part of Edinburgh's Hogmanay Midnight Moment, it has been announced.

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Group to tackle pregnancy and maternity discrimination in workplace

A new group will meet for the first time this week to create guidelines for tackling pregnancy and maternity discrimination in the workplace.

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Women farmers urged to stand in NFU Scotland election

Female farmers are being encouraged to stand in the next National Farmers' Union Scotland (NFUS) election.

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Ban on smoking in cars with children present to come into force

A new law that bans smoking in cars when children are present comes into force in Scotland this week.

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Nicola Sturgeon hails peace and inclusion after visit to Ahmadiyya Mosque

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has urged people from all communities to promote tolerance and diversity after a visit to a mosque attended by murdered Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah.

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Train hits car at level crossing in South Lanarkshire

A train hit a car at a level crossing in South Lanarkshire.

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Girl, 14, dies after car overturns into burn in Aberdeenshire

A 14-year-old girl has died after the car she was travelling in overturned into a burn in Aberdeenshire.

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Nicola Sturgeon accuses Tories of wanting to silence Scotland vote to stay in EU

Nicola Sturgeon has accused the Scottish Conservative Party of wanting to silence Scotland's vote to remain in the European Union.

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Pilot suffered heart attack as he taxied to runway at Glasgow Airport

A pilot suffered a heart attack as he taxied to the runway at Glasgow Airport.

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Network Rail 'to lose control of track maintenance'

Network Rail is to be stripped of its control over Britain's railway tracks, with new powers being passed to the train operators, in a major reorganisation of the system, it is reported.

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Man charged in connection with murder of man in Edinburgh

A man has been charged in connection with the murder of another man in Edinburgh.

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Nazi PoW leaves £400,000 to 'kind' Scottish village

A former German prisoner of war has left nearly £400,000 to a small Scottish village for the kindness shown to him during his imprisonment.

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Police appeal after boy, 5, seriously hurt in car crash

Police are appealing for information after a five-year-old-boy was seriously injured in a crash in South Lanarkshire.

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Police appeal after taxi driver killed in crash with van

Police are appealing for information after the death of a taxi driver who was killed in a collision with a van last weekend.

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Christmas card commissioned by Nicola Sturgeon raises £1,000 for charity

A Christmas card commissioned by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has raised nearly £1,000 for charity.

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Two held over woman's death

Two women have been arrested in connection with the death of a woman in South Ayrshire.

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Labour MSP calls time on restrictions on pub tenants

Labour is to launch a consultation on proposals to relax conditions for Scottish pub tenants and give customers more choice of drinks.

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Body found in hunt for missing student Antoine Maury

Police searching for a French student missing for six weeks have recovered a body from a loch.

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Man found dead with significant injuries in Edinburgh flat

A man found dead in a flat in one of Scotland's most affluent areas following a suspected murder had suffered significant injuries, police have said.

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