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English upskirting ban ‘will also apply to kilts’

Men wearing kilts will also be protected by plans for a ban on upskirting in England and Wales, it has been disclosed in the Lords.

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Zara and Mike Tindall have welcomed a baby girl. Picture: PA

Zara Tindall gives birth to baby girl

Zara and Mike Tindall have welcomed a baby girl, Buckingham Palace has announced.

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Revealed: How much petrol stations are ‘overcharging’ drivers at pumps

Revealed: How much petrol stations are ‘overcharging’ drivers at pumps

Petrol stations are overcharging drivers by a minimum of £2.50 per tank, a new report has found.

Business

Glasgow School of Art engulfed in flames for a second time

Glasgow School of Art has gone up in flames for the second time in four years, last night.

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Scotland’s weather: Storm Hector to bring 70mph winds and heavy rain

Scotland faces a day of disruption as Storm Hector sweeps in from the Atlantic with gales of up to 70mph.

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Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field are reported to join The X Factor as judges. Picture: PA Wire

Robbie Williams and wife to join X Factor judging panel

Robbie Williams and his American actress wife will join The X Factor as judges, according to reports.

Entertainment
New Look has reported a 74.3 million pound loss for the year to March 24

New Look under threat after recording £74 million loss

Fashion chain New Look has swung to a full-year loss amid plunging sales on the high street and online.

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The Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play from the West End has won six Tony awards

Harry Potter play wins six Tony awards

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child was a big winner at the Tony Awards.

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A cow has wandered onto the M9 near Stirling

Cow wanders onto M9 and causes rush-hour chaos

A cow has caused rush hour chaos after wandering onto the hard shoulder of the M9.

Transport

Scotland prepares for hottest summer in 12 years

Scotland could be set to experience its hottest summer in more than a decade.

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Morrissey has shown support for controversial far-right political party, For Britain. Picture: Contributed

Morrissey expresses sympathy for EDL founder Tommy Robinson

Morrissey has expressed his sympathy for jailed English Defence League (EDL) co-founder Tommy Robinson as he showed his support for controversial far-right political party, For Britain.

Politics

6,000 jobs at risk amid House of Fraser closures

Edinburgh’s House of Fraser has been identified as the only Scottish store set to close under the CVA proposals.

Business
Pupils in Scotland are being asked to describe what they would change to help young people succeed, for the chance to attend a dinner with the former US first lady. Picture: PA Wire

Scots school pupils offered chance to win table at Michelle Obama dinner

Pupils in Scotland are being asked to describe what they would change to help young people succeed, for the chance to attend a dinner with Michelle Obama.

Education
Monitors have been installed to record plane noise near Edinburgh Airport. Picture: David Moir

Flight noise monitors installed near Edinburgh Airport

Real-time data is being published showing how loud plane noise is at locations close to Edinburgh Airport.

Transport

Pro-independence group reveals plan for ‘biggest march yet’ in Edinburgh

Organisers of a pro-independence rally have revealed plans for a major demonstration in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh
Michael McIntyre had been waiting in his vehicle to collect his sons in north London when he was attacked by two males. Picture: PA Wire

Comedian Michael McIntyre robbed by gang of armed thieves on mopeds

Comedian Michael McIntyre was robbed by a gang of hammer-wielding thieves on mopeds while he waited to pick up his children from school, it was reported.

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Ruth Davidson ‘furious’ about Vow during independence campaign

Ruth Davidson was against ‘The Vow’, promised to Scotland during the end of the 2014 referendum campaign but was overruled by party chiefs in London who insisted the pledge be made.

Politics
The Visa payment system has crashed across the UK

Visa payments not working as system crashes in UK

The Visa payment system has crashed across Britain.

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The Donaldson's school residential development in Edinburgh was one of the landmark jobs Crummock was involved with

Midlothian construction firm Crummock collapses in jobs blow

Midlothian construction firm Crummock has collapsed into receivership, with almost 300 jobs set to be lost.

Business
Ed Sheeran and his team introduced the policy in an attempt to deter ticket "touts". Picture: PA Wire

Ed Sheeran fans prepare for ticket cancellations at Glasgow gigs

Ed Sheeran fans attending the singer’s Hampden Park gigs could be refused entry if they purchased a ticket from a resale website.

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