08:58 UK time, Thursday, 6 March 2014
Scrapping over the pound has provoked big business to have more say on Scotland's future, but it's also looking ahead to a bigger battle over Britain's place in Europe.
Scotland's first minister demands an apology from Number 10 for not being told about a radiation problem at a nuclear test reactor in the Highlands.
A teenage boy is in intensive care after taking what may have been a Mortal Kombat ecstasy pill, police say.
Police appeal for help in tracing a 13-year-old boy who has gone missing from the Lockerbie area.
The Liberal Democrats are to urge other parties to grasp what they call "the growing consensus on more powers" for the Scottish Parliament.
Jean-Marc Doussain's late penalty condemns Scotland to defeat and keeps France in contention for the Six Nations title. BBC Sport
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