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Terrorists will adapt to barriers with knives, warns expert
A security expert last night warned that erecting bollards to prevent vehicle-ramming attacks will see terrorists seek other ways of committing atr... [...]
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Euan McColm: Real reasons we failed to reform drugs policy
The constitution may have been an obstacle to reform, but it could also lead us to an enlightened approach that saves lives, writes Euan McColm [...]
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Glasgow looks to Venice with water taxi service to airport
A Venetian-style entry to Glasgow is in prospect with plans for a water taxi service from the airport. [...]
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Dani Garavelli: Confederates’ army still fighting the cause
Monuments to the heroes of the Deep South and many closer to home have been rewriting the history of black oppression for too long, writes Dani G... [...]
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£3m boost for cancer centres in Edinburgh and Glasgow
Leading charity Cancer Research UK and the Chief Scientist Office plan to invest a total of almost 3 million over the next five years in groundbrea... [...]
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Leader: Defy the terrorists by exercising our freedoms
Islamist terror attacks retain the power to horrify us but, surely, we have long since passed the point at which we stopped finding them at all sur... [...]
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Sarah Brown praises role of Scots in helping Malawi’s mothers
Global health and education campaigner Sarah Brown has praised the role Scotland has played in reducing the numbers of women dying in pregnancy and... [...]
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Pringle knitwear battles to stop Greek brand using similar name
One of Scotlands best known fashion brands has become embroiled in a European legal battle with a Greek menswear firm it accuses of trading on its ... [...]
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Insight: Has football become too dangerous for our children?
As the number of football veterans with Alzheimers grows, there is a dearth of research into whether young players need protection, says Kevan Chri... [...]
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Volunteer teachers can close the attainment gap, say Tories
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Education Secretary John Swinney have been urged to back volunteer tutor programmes for pupils from deprived bac... [...]