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Clydesdale Bank faces new crisis after record ‘mis-selling’ fine

By Thomas Connolly The Clydesdale Bank, one of Scotland's biggest financial services' employers, is in serious trouble with the regulator after being hit with a...

Longannet under threat from ‘illogical’ and unfair grid charges

By a Newsnet.scot Reporter The row over allegedly unfair transmission costs which threaten the survival of the Longannet power station in Fife has taken a...

The absurdity of being ‘outed’ as a Scottish nationalist

Commentary by Derek Bateman BREAKING NEWS: I am issuing this joint statement with David Mundell. ‘We are both very happy to have the evident support...

Lamont quits, let us bid farewell

  Johann Lamont is to stand down as leader of the Labour Party in Scotland after a lacklustre referendum campaign and amid claims of...

Labour, Tories crush Trident debate as poll reveals renewal ‘opposed by...

by Newsnet.scot Reporter Labour joined the Government to crush a call not to go ahead with the replacement of the Trident nuclear submarine fleet, at...

Sturgeon: Vote for an independent Scotland, and a better UK

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon set out her general election priorities before 3,000 SNP delegates at the SNP spring conference in Glasgow. Here Newsnet.scot presents...

BBC Trust rejects more complaints of indyref news “bias”

By a Newsnet.scot Reporter The BBC Trust has rejected a tranche of appeals against BBC News for its coverage of Scottish affairs during last year’s...

Labour won’t support Scottish opt-out if UK votes to leave European...

By a Newsnet reporter Scottish Labour will not back calls for a pro-EU Scotland to remain in the European Union if the rest of the...

As SNP and Tories slug it out, Labour slides towards greater...

As the SNP spring conference opens in Aberdeen, having taken on the Brexit-bound UK government, Derek Bateman examines the position of the once-dominant Labour Party...

Secrets of a wannabe First Minister, James Francis Murphy (aged 47...

Scotland's erstwhile candidate for First Minister Jim Murphy - remembered as the only teetotaller who ever wanted more booze at football matches - may...