RECORD-BREAKING Lottery winners Colin and Chris Weir have given at least £4million to Alex Salmond’s bid to break up Britain, it was claimed yesterday.
SHAMED MP Eric Joyce has left Scotland and is now billing taxpayers for hotel stays to hold surgeries in his Falkirk constituency.
A TEENAGER believed to have been the first British soldier killed in the First World War may have died in friendly fire, according to new claims.
PAUL Gascoigne is “back to himself” as he rebuilds relations with his family and continues a long-running fight with alcoholism, according to a close friend.
A HUGE fire in Gibraltar, caused by a fuel tank explosion, has shut down many online betting services and disrupted gamblers during a busy day of sport.
SMILING serenely with a “hint of mischief” in her eyes, this is the latest official portrait of the Queen.
IF the United Kingdom had never existed, then we would have found a way to invent it. But because too many of us take its achievements for granted, September’s referendum is about abolishing the United Kingdom as we now know it.
KATHERINE Jenkins has announced that she is engaged to film director Andrew Levitas.
POLICE believe that they have smashed Scotland’s biggest doorstep crime gang, thought to have conned up to £2.5million from vulnerable victims.
A YES vote will threaten the “multimillion-pound financial dividend” enjoyed by pensioners in Scotland as part of the UK, Gordon Brown will warn this week.
WHILE thousands of Scottish pupils study in crumbling school buildings, teenage thugs in prison are to get new state-of-the-art classrooms.
THE Duchess of Cambridge was a picture of elegance in a dove grey Alexander McQueen coat and Jane Taylor hat when she and Prince William attended an Easter church service today.
THE Duchess of Cambridge was given a rock star welcome yesterday as starstruck fans chanted her name during a riotous royal walkabout in Brisbane.
DOCTORS’ leaders are holding a summit to discuss migrant patients, as new figures show family doctors are stretched to breaking point.
EARLY 20th-century Germany was not a state with an army but an army with a state.
A RETIRED Rolls-Royce engineer has not had to pay an electricity bill for 13 years since he turned his back garden into a mini power station.
BIRDWATCHERS always feel a satisfying sense of accomplishment whenever they pick out a cryptically camouflaged little owl.
PRINCE George squealed with delight today as he met Australia’s version of the Easter Bunny for the first time, a bilby named after him at the zoo in Sydney.
AN EXPLORATION on how homes near race courses like Goodwood are galloping ahead in the price stakes
THE carnage of the 7/7 attacks on London seem a million miles from the classrooms of Birmingham.