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Steven Gerrard can kickstart Rangers trophy streak with Celtic final victory - just like Graeme Souness says Ian Durrant

Ian Durrant admits the comparisons for Steven Gerrard on Sunday and the 1986 League Cup Final that became the catalyst for the Rangers revolution under Graeme Souness are uncanny.

Two men arriving from Liverpool desperate to put their first trophy in the cabinet and huge characters intent ...

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Sturgeon calls for 'trust' in SNP after damaging reports on public services

Nicola Sturgeon faced a sobering reality check on public services before boarding an SNP battle bus in a nationwide push for votes.

The party leader was grilled in a difficult First Minister’s Question session at Holyrood on policing, education and the NHS one week before the general ...

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The Rangers tradition Steven Gerrard honours but admits doesn't suit him

Rangers have been a club that honoured tradition of being well dressed from the early days.

From Bill Struth to Jock Wallace, Graeme Souness and Walter Smith, players had to be well dressed and as late as the 1980s had to be clean shaven when arriving for training or match ...

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Boohoo launches massive sale with 75% off everything

Once again Boohoo steps in to brighten up a bleak week with a showstopping discount we can’t resist.

The online fashion retailer has reduced everything online by up to 75% plus there's an additional 10% discount - just use the code EXTRA at checkout.

There are hundreds of ...

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Scots shopper has pal in hysterics with epic mini-dress fail

A hilarious picture shows an online shopper and her pal in hysterics following a major fashion fail.

Robyn Bishop ordered a mini dress worth £23 from Femme Lux e after being wowed by snaps of a professional model showing off the garment.

But the 18-year-old from Livingston, ...

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Twisted stalker terrorised entire town with barrage of death threats and child sex slurs

A stalker terrorised an entire town by circulating dozens of vile and menacing emails after he was sacked from a local woodland group.

Using computer trickery to mimic the addresses of real people in the town of Moffat, Dumfriesshire, twisted Edward Glenwright sent a barrage of messages ...

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SNP member who helps oversee party conduct quits after comparing Israel with Nazis

An SNP member who helps oversee party conduct has quit after comparing Israel with Nazis.

Denise Findlay left the party over her posts on social media.

On Twitter yesterday, she wrote: “I’ve had to resign from the SNP. There are tweets where I’m arguing that Israel=Nazi should ...

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East Kilbride parliamentary candidate has leaflets covered in Nazi symbols

Dr Lisa Cameron has again fallen victim to antisemitism after some of her campaign leaflets were returned to her daubed with Nazi symbols.

The would-be MP discovered the leaflets - which had a Swastika scrawled over her face - on Wednesday morning.

Further Swastikas were penned on ...

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Bid to regulate passenger boats on River Leven and Loch Lomond after sinking

Efforts are being made to regulate passenger boats on Loch Lomond and the River Leven following the sinking of a vessel.

Vixen foundered around 50m from the shore at Ardlui, Loch Lomond in 2012 and, following a probe by the Marine Accident Investigation Board (MAIB), all councils in ...

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Cops launch major probe after 'suspicious' death on Glasgow street

Police are investigating the suspicious death of a man following an incident on a Glasgow street last night.

Lochend Road in Easterhouse remained closed this morning following the discovery of the fatally injured victim last night.

The 43-year-old man was rushed to hospital, but ...

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Kilmarnock woman shaken and terrified after being sexually assaulted by friend

A young Kilmarnock woman has told of how she felt shaken and terrified after being sexually assaulted by someone she thought was a friend.

Courtney Baillie bravely chose to waive her right to anonymity in a bid to encourage others to report sexual assault and harassment following the ...

2019-12-04 13:29 open_in_new
Heartbroken family pay tribute to 'little man with big heart' killed in hit and run outside school

The heartbroken family of a 12-year-old boy killed in a hit and run have paid tribute to their 'kind and lovely' son.

The schoolboy , named locally as Harley Watson, died after being struck by a car in a "deliberate" hit and run outside a school in Essex on Monday. ...

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Rangers' Alfredo Morelos valuation hammered as Charlie Nicholas claims only 'desperate' clubs would pay big

Charlie Nicholas believes only a "desperate" club would pay a huge fee for Alfredo Morelos.

The former Celtic striker insists Rangers are "dreaming up" figures over the 25-goal Colombian after Dave King maintained even a £40million bid would be knocked back in ...

2019-12-03 13:20 open_in_new
Kris Boyd in the firing line as outspoken pundit earns new nickname for on-air blast - Hotline

Deadly Kris Boyd rarely missed the target during a playing career that saw him become the all-time top scorer in the SPL/Premiership era. 

But Hotline callers reckon the former Rangers and Kilmarnock striker was well wide of the mark when he claimed there are no great players in ...

2019-12-02 18:26 open_in_new
Cut price Dumbarton mansion plummets by more than £1m in value

A stunning Dumbarton castle once valued at £1.7million has plunged in price to just £675,000.

Dalmoak Castle, which has 14 bedrooms, was put up for sale in 2017 but is still yet to sell.

Savills originally set the asking price at £1.7m, which was cut to offers over £895,000 last ...

2019-12-02 18:26 open_in_new
New legal service will be a vital lifeline for abuse survivors

A campaign to improve access to legal services for survivors of domestic abuse has been hailed as potentially lifesaving by Renfrewshire Women’s Aid.

The initiative by Scottish Women’s Aid calls on the Scottish Government to test a new model which will put domestic abuse legal aid ...

2019-12-02 18:26 open_in_new
Just one percent of West Dunbartonshire residents respond to budget consultation

Opposition councillors have raised concerns over the budget consultation – in which just ONE PERCENT of West Dunbartonshire’s population responded.

The SNP administration launched a survey in August which asked the public how spending should be prioritised next year as the council ...

2019-12-02 18:26 open_in_new
Unique display of parrafin heaters which were used to heat West Lothian homes

Almond Valley Heritage Trust has announced a unique new display in the Museum of the Scottish Shale Oil Industry.

The nationally-significant collection will welcome a rare exhibition on paraffin heaters in time for the arrival of Almond Valley’s new after-hours event, The Winter Realm of ...

2019-12-02 18:26 open_in_new
SNP Government blasted for 'frittering' away public cash after trebling advertising spending

The SNP Government has been accused of frittering public money away after more than trebling their spending on advertising over the last two years.

Figures obtained by the Daily Record show the Scottish Government spent more than £6.5million between January 1, 2017 and October 31, ...

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Dog rescued from horrific conditions at Scotland's biggest puppy farm to star in TV show

A dog rescued from Scotland's largest illegal puppy farm in Aberdeenshire is set to be the star of a Channel 5 show.

It comes two years after sprocker spaniel Brian and 104 other animals were rescued by The Scottish SPCA from the 'horrific' puppy farm near Fyvie in ...

2019-12-02 18:26 open_in_new
Heavy rain to batter Scotland as forecasters issue 18-hour weather warning

Heavy rain is expected to batter large parts of Scotland this week.

Forecasters have issued an 18-hour yellow weather warning from 6am on Thursday to midday on Friday, December 6.

Met Office experts are anticipating persistent heavy rain which could lead to localised flooding in the ...

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