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Wee Ginger Dug: Theresa May – the ideologue without any ideas

Theresa May gave a speech in East Kilbride on Monday, but a press release from her office said she had been speaking in 'East Kilbridge'

THERESA May came to Scotland, and according to preliminary reports she was going to offer Scotland some special temporary powers which we were assured were going to be so fabulous that we’d all decide that there was no point in pursuing that…

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

New campaign warns of consequences of sharing intimate images without consent

Images that will be used during the campaign

POSTERS showing a mobile phone with nude pictures covered in crime scene tape feature in a new campaign highlighting tough jail terms for sharing intimate images without consent.

12:00am Monday 27 March 2017

Terror grips Westminster

Police surround the knifeman as he lies on the ground in the cobbled courtyard in front of Parliament

FOUR people, including an armed police officer, died after a knifeman brought terror to the heart of London yesterday.

12:00am Thursday 23 March 2017

Meet Context 959, the hospital patient who died 700 years ago

Dr Chris Rynn’s pictures show the evolution of the man known as Context 959

THIS is the face of a patient from the 13th century that a research team from Dundee University has helped colleagues in Cambridge to reconstruct.

12:00am Thursday 23 March 2017

// Scott Tumilty: Three video games to heal the divide

// Scott Tumilty: Three video games to heal the divide

With another independence referendum in the future, Scott shares some video games Yes and No voters can play together to maintain the peace.

12:00am Tuesday 21 March 2017

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Edinburgh's Mt. Doubt release first single ahead of EP launch

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Edinburgh's Mt. Doubt release first single ahead of EP launch

'THERE'S so many photo opportunities for you, amidst other people's misery,” sings Mt. Doubt aka Edinburgh-based artist Leo Bargery, his voice as deep and rich as mahogany on forthcoming single Tourists.

12:00am Thursday 16 March 2017

Rocker Rod shamefaced over Daesh parody beheading clip

Sir Rod Stewart claims he was parodying Game of Thrones

VETERAN rocker Sir Rod Stewart has apologised for making what appeared to be a video parody of a beheading in the desert similar to those filmed by Daesh.

12:00am Saturday 4 March 2017

Scott Tumilty: Three Games To Help You Survive The Apocalyptic Alt-Right Wasteland

Scott Tumilty: 3 Games To Help You Survive The Apocalyptic Alt-Right Wasteland

Our newest columnist to join the ranks of The National is Scott Tumilty!

12:00am Wednesday 1 March 2017

Policeman stabbed and suspect shot in major incident at Houses of Parliament

There has been a major incident outside the Houses of Parliament

A policeman has been stabbed and his suspected attacker shot by officers in a major security incident at the Houses of Parliament this afternoon.

3:26pm Wednesday 22 March 2017

Vukovi's music might seem poppy and fun, but it tackles tough issues

Scottish rock four-piece Vukovi release their debut album this month and head out on the road for a full UK tour

LOOK at that promo picture for Scottish rockers Vukovi; day-glo, brash, fun – a perfect representation of much of the material on their forthcoming debut album. Songs such as dizzy former singles Bouncy Castle and Boy George or the frantic And Then…

12:00am Thursday 2 March 2017
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