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Chinese national Chennan Fei fights to save her life in Scotland

Duncan Harkness, left, had been planning to propose to his partner, Chennan Fei

SHE arrived as a child and has not seen her homeland for 15 years. Now judges will rule on Chinese national Chennan Fei’s future in Scotland after she narrowly avoided deportation today.

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

#ThatLettersNoMine trends in Scotland after May triggers Article 50

Photo Credit: Emmanuel Dunand

ARTICLE 50 was triggered today after Theresa May's letter annoucning the beginning the UK's exit from the European Union was handed to European Council president Donald Tusk.

4:53pm Wednesday 29 March 2017

The Rucker: Glorious weekend beckons for Scotland’s big two

Glasgow fly half Finn Russell makes a break against Leicester TIgers

The Rucker: Sticking it up rugby's jumper

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Alyn Smith: Independence is the lifeboat we need to save us from being sunk by Brexit

John Hume, the great Irish peace builder, the EU is 'the best war-avoidance mechanism ever invented'. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

PROBABLY today, we will see Theresa May commence the triggering of Article 50. This unprecedented action will begin the countdown on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, the culmination of years of nagging and low-level rebellion by – primarily –…

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Holyrood says Yes: Nicola Sturgeon given mandate to go for indyref2

Independence supporters take part in a rally outside the Scottish Parliament during yesterday’s Section 30 vote

NICOLA Sturgeon will this week make a formal request to the Prime Minister for Holyrood to be given powers to hold a new independence referendum, saying it would be “democratically indefensible” for it to be refused.

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Kevin McKenna: Ten top tips for the Unionist parties as they lurch into the ScotRef campaign

Kezia Dugdale (right) has grown more and more fretful of a second independence referendum. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty

I WORRY about the mental and physical welfare of assorted senior members of the Labour Party in Scotland; I really do. Ever since the end of the first referendum on Scottish independence they have been forming a disorderly queue to reveal their…

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Football: Scots benefit from cool and calm Charlie Mulgrew

Charlie Mulgrew was deployed in central defence against Slovenia and his influence was clear to see

Blackburn veteran key to Hampden clean sheet

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Football: Craig Gordon wants Celts to deal in Stuart Armstrong

Stuart Armstrong will not be short of admirers following his recent big game showings

Scotland keeper impressed with team-mate’s growing stature

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Rugby: Returning Greig Laidlaw awaiting decision on summer tours

Scotland skipper Greig Laidlaw may well still make the Lions Tour to New Zealand

Scotland captain could have choice of destinations

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

British Sea Power are still fighting off misconceptions about their music

British Sea Power are still fighting off misconceptions about their music

TWO misconceptions about British Sea Power, the Cumbria-born band of eccentrics making music since the turn of the millennium, must be dealt with. The first, that they're somehow dull – The National is still appalled to have read a review around a…

6:30pm Wednesday 29 March 2017
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