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Connolly warns PM over pledges

Comedy star Billy Connolly says there will be "hell to pay" if David Cameron doesn't honour concessions made to Scotland over last week's ...

23 Sep 2014 1.48am

Lorraine's concern over thin stars

TV star Lorraine Kelly has voiced concern about the thin appearance of today's celebrities and the pressure on young girls to look like them.

23 Sep 2014 12.48am

Racism 'will die out one day'

Racist views will eventually be seen as "nonsense" and die out, according to actor and musician Andre Benjamin.

23 Sep 2014 1.48am

Connolly hails child co-stars

Billy Connolly and Rosamund Pike stepped into London's Leicester Square tonight for the premiere of What We Did On Our Holiday.

23 Sep 2014 1.48am

Connolly warns PM over pledges

Comedy star Billy Connolly says there will be "hell to pay" if David Cameron doesn't honour concessions made to Scotland over last week's ...

23 Sep 2014 1.48am

Greenock prison praised in report

Greenock prison has been given a positive report by inspectors, but they say there is still room for improvement.

23 Sep 2014 12.48am

£25m hotel sale on after No vote

The No vote in the independence referendum has cleared the way for the sale of a landmark Scottish hotel.

22 Sep 2014 6.03pm

Tidal energy sector spend praised

Scotland's wave and tidal energy sector has invested more than £217 million in the country to date, with £31.8 million spent in the last 12 months ...

23 Sep 2014 12.48am

Care home rated 'unsatisfactory'

A care home has been told to make urgent improvements after inspectors found it was not meeting basic standards.

22 Sep 2014 9.48pm

SNP hails surge in membership

Membership of the SNP is closing in on that of the Liberal Democrats across the UK, the party has claimed.

22 Sep 2014 6.03pm

Army in 'biggest laser quest game'

Thousands of soldiers have begun the world's biggest game of laser quest as they take part in a simulated battle.

23 Sep 2014 3.47am

Young fan greets Harry with hug

Prince Harry was won over by a young boy who greeted him with a hug at an awards ceremony to recognise the courage of seriously ill children and ...

23 Sep 2014 1.48am

Beaten Salmond in Holyrood return

Alex Salmond will return to Holyrood today for the first time since his bid for Scottish independence failed.

23 Sep 2014 2.48am

Miliband: 10 years to a new Britain

Ed Miliband is expected to pledge more funding to bolster the health service today as he unveils a 10-year plan to rebuild Britain.

23 Sep 2014 1.48am

Cut sugary drinks and TV, says Nice

People should be told to limit their time in front of the TV and cut out sugary drinks to stave off obesity, health officials have said.

23 Sep 2014 1.48am

Offensive poses problems for Turkey

The US-led air strikes and fierce fighting between the Islamic State militant group and Kurdish forces just over the border in Syria has brought the ...

23 Sep 2014 4.31am

Threat to kill captured Frenchman

A 55-year-old Frenchman kidnapped by a splinter group from al Qaida's North African branch will be killed unless his homeland halts air strikes ...

23 Sep 2014 12.49am

US launches first Syria air strikes

The US and partner nations began launching air strikes against Islamic State group targets in Syria today for the first time, with a mix of fighter ...

23 Sep 2014 3.48am

Kardashians matriarch seeks divorce

Keeping Up With The Kardashians matriarch Kris Jenner is ending her 22-year year marriage to her Olympic decathlete husband.

23 Sep 2014 3.48am

Tyson helps injured motorcyclist

Boxing legend Mike Tyson has been thanked after coming to the rescue of an motorcyclist injured in a crash in Las Vegas.

23 Sep 2014 12.49am