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Rangers fans will fall flat on their faces again with league title predictions - Hotline

Not even six goals without reply against San Marino at sodden Hampden was enough to get Scotland fans back believing in brighter days ahead.

Steve Clarke's side may have rattled the goals past the world's worst team but there's weren't many of the Tartan Army singing ...

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Food bank usage in Scotland at record high as thousands can't afford to eat

Food bank usage in Scotland has hit a record high as thousands of hungry children and adults simply cannot afford to eat.

Exclusive figures provided by the Trussell Trust show 210,605 food parcels were issued to people in need in 2018-19.

Around one in three – or 69,410 – was for ...

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Steve Clarke reveals Scotland dressing room shift following morale-boosting San Marino win

Steve Clarke saw his side smash San Marino for six at rain lashed Hampden then revealed the win had put the smile back on the face of his players after the misery of Moscow.

Scotland squelched their way to a second win over the whipping boys of world football with a first half hat-trick ...

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SNP has taken significant step in tackling Scotland’s horrendous drug-death toll

The SNP has taken a significant step in tackling Scotland’s horrendous drug-death toll.

By adopting a policy in favour of decriminalisation , the party is sending a strong message.

The Record has been campaigning for a radical change to drug laws. It is clear the current system ...

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Celebrities shocked as Dev Griffin booted off Strictly while fans rage at 'rigged' vote

Jo Whiley and James Jordan are among the celebrities who have told of their shock after Dev Griffin got the boot from Strictly with some furious fans even claiming Saturday night's vote was rigged.

The Radio 1 DJ and his professional partner Dianne Buswell were eliminated from the ...

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Stuart Findlay reveals the Lawrence Shankland friendship that made Scotland debut even sweeter

Stuart Findlay hailed Scotland's comprehensive 6-0 victory over San Marino as the "peak of my career so far" after he marked his first cap with a goal and an assist.

After setting up John McGinn's third goal with a firm downward header at the end of the first half, ...

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Look dapper, not drenched in this cool raincoat for less than £12

The cold, wet mornings of autumn are upon us and there's something we can't put off any longer - it's time to invest in a waterproof jacket that will see us through winter.

To brighten up the bleak prospect of the wet weeks ahead, Wowcher has brought back its popular ...

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Steve Clarke hails Scotland's resilience as he issues challenge following San Marino rout

Steve Clarke admits he was impressed by Scotland 's resilience as they fired six past lowly San Marino.

With Euro 2020 qualification from Group I already out of sight, the Scotland boss is now building for the Nations League play off in March.

That journey got under way at ...

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Hundreds of Islamic State supporters break-out of detention in Syria as Turkish forces advance on key Kurdish town

Turkish forces have approached a key Kurdish-held town in northern Syria, setting off clashes that allowed hundreds of so-called Islamic State supporters to escape from a camp for displaced people.

The move also prompted US soldiers to withdraw from a nearby base.

A US military ...

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Law professor says independent Scotland could quickly join European Union

An independent Scotland could take its place in the European Union "relatively comfortably and relatively quickly", according to a leading law professor.

Edinburgh Law School professor Drew Scott said that there had been a change in attitudes in Brussels since the Scottish ...

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Scotland 6 San Marino 0 as John McGinn hat-trick helps goals rain down at Hampden - 3 talking points

John McGinn fired his first hat-trick in senior football to wash away some of the recent pain as he inspired Scotland to a six-goal rout over San Marino at a rain-lashed Hampden.

In conditions that became farcical as the ball was held up in puddles of water, Steve Clarke earned only his ...

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Helen Flanagan all smiles as Celtic WAG stuns at sister’s wedding after foot injury fears

Celtic WAG Helen Flanagan was all smiles as she stunned at her sister’s wedding on Sunday - despite fears that a foot injury would scupper her role in the big day.

In a late night Instagram post on Saturday, the former Coronation Street star told fans how she’d burned her foot on a ...

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US spy's wife 'no longer has diplomatic immunity' as Harry Dunn case takes new twist

The family of 19-year-old Harry Dunn has said the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has written to them to say a US suspect in the case no longer has diplomatic immunity.

The teenager died when his motorbike crashed into a car outside RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire on August ...

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Nicola Sturgeon to ask for IndyRef2 Section 30 order before end of the year

Nicola Sturgeon has said she will request UK Government consent for another referendum on Scottish independence before the end of the year.

The First Minister revealed she will ask Downing Street for a Section 30 order "over the next matter of weeks" as she presses ahead with ...

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SNP back decriminalisation of drugs as official policy in bid to halt spiralling death toll

The SNP has unanimously backed a call for control over drugs laws to be devolved to Scotland to allow for the "decriminalisation of possession and consumption of controlled drugs".

Activists at the party's annual conference in Aberdeen supported the move, branding the ...

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Police lock down Glasgow street due to 'concern for a person'

Police have locked down a Glasgow street due to an "ongoing incident" where there is "concern for a person".

Officers are dealing with a situation at a property in Maryhill and have urged people to avoid the area of Leyden Street and Bilsland Drive.

Greater ...

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Scotland 1 San Marino 0 LIVE score as John McGinn puts Steve Clarke's men in front

Steve Clarke has rung the changes as Scotland look to put a horror run of four consecutive defeats behind them against the world's worst team.

After glorious failure in the rugby World Cup earlier today, get ready for some ignominious success as Steve Clarke's side take on San ...

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Watch Rangers ace Joe Aribo put Brazil to the sword as he keeps up impressive Nigeria record

Joe Aribo got his second goal in two Nigeria caps, opening the scoring against Brazil with a fine run and finish.

The Rangers midfielder was born in England, but qualifies for the Super Eagles thanks to his ancestry.

Last month Aribo made a goalscoring debut against Ukraine, and ...

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SNP want no confidence vote in Prime Minister as Labour and Lib Dems urged to help oust Tories

SNP MPs have prepared a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister - with the party's Westminster leader Ian Blackford calling on Labour and the Liberal Democrats to work with them to oust Boris Johnson.

He challenged Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson to "step out of the sandpit and ...

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Ross Wilson latest as Rangers director of football target clears way for Ibrox switch

Ross Wilson has reportedly stood down from his position at Southampton, clearing the way for a move to Rangers .

The talent spotter has been identified as the man to replace Mark Allen as director of football at Ibrox and is expected to be confirmed on Monday.

Wilson agreed the ...

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Boy, 14, dies after crashing 'stolen car' while being chased by police

A 14-year-old boy has died after he crashed a suspected stolen car during a police pursuit.

Police attempted to stop the Fiat 500 in Wigan, Greater Manchester, at about 1.25pm on Friday, before it collided with two cars.

The boy was taken to hospital from the scene in Ashton Road, ...

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