The Scotsman - 24 Apr 2014

Table of content - The Scotsman (24 Apr 2014)

It was emotional : Andy Murray given freedom of Stirling
MacAskill in U-turn on radical law change
20 pages of Proper t y inside today
Russian planes and warship put UK on high alert
Moyes ‘grateful’ to Man United despite getting the sack
Mother held after three children die
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Tears and cheers for selfie-made man Andy
UK borrowing hits lowest level for decade
We’ll beat UK to high speed rail after independence, vows Salmond
SNP has ‘parked’ unpopular reform, say critics
By air and by sea, Russian forces test strength and swiftness of UK defence
Now Dundee University has quit CBI
Mother held after banker’s three children ‘murdered’ in their home
Landowners express fears on right-to-buy
More viewers speak out over BBC sound problem
Backing for massive wind farm that will push up energy bills
Doctors issue warning over the deadliest cancer of all
ADVERT’S STAR
Camilla left devastated as brother dies after falling in New York
Police link 18 child ‘sex attacks’ in Algarve to Madeleine disappearance
THE LIST
Edwyn Collins takes on rock ’n’ roll youngsters at grand old age of 54
How asylum seekers were left to suffer by Home Office failures
Coldplay to headline BBC’s Glasgow event
Traffic bans and £30 f ines in car-free Games
Violence and binge drinking ‘are cut by alcohol price rises’
Bard’s words fly up as Lear jet
Bus driver saves life of heart-attack passenger
Dundee named Asbo capital for fourth time
Bannockburn tickets target falls to a third of original capacity
Lawyer admits running over and killing retired lecturer
Coulson: ‘No bullying went on at News of the World’
National Museum set for another overhaul
Tensions rise as Russia issues a veiled threat to Ukraine
Mourners in Burma say farewell to a pro-democracy hero
Fatah and Hamas to form unity government
Rio slum in flames after TV dancer ‘beaten to death by police officers’
Good enough to eat:
Stranded snorkellers called for help with giant SOS in the sand
Crew member tells of tragic ferry’s equipment failure
Clearly a need for honesty on future
Perspective Scottish
Games logistics could kickstart a health legacy
A job that’s worth doing is worth having it done for you
No retreat from legal reform
Friends of The Scotsman International Housing expertise is a
If we can look hard at simplifying the way we live, we’ll
Iain Martin
International global resource
Be on track to helping others simply live
Housing bill endangers the vulnerable
Perspective Letters to the Editor
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Primark targets US market after ‘stunning’ profit jump
MPC divided over ‘slack’ as growing economy keeps borrowing on target
Business failures surge as rising costs hit f irms
On track:
Mike Ashley bonus row casts shadow over strong takings
Tax to change no matter the result of referendum
High–stepping duo fashion out more success
Integration expert Fisher to swap Lloyds for TSB role
Rally ends despite Primark’s sparkle
Government stocks
Unit Trusts
Dr RA ‘Sam’ Robinson
Bernat Klein
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Coupling decision ‘in hands of EU’
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Hendry and Davis set for return to Crucible
Phelps back in the pool in Arizona
Hobbs’ Sausalito on the rise in Perth’s day one feature
McEnroe to grace Edinburgh again
BRODIES SCHEDULE
Farbrace is named No 2 to Moores for England
Smith meets his own ultimatum . .
GOING TO THE GAMES
Smartphones welcome as R&A embraces technology
Bain double scares Argentina
Rogers has ban lifted
Conway not getting too distracted by recent success
Gala prove to be Border kings
Speed king Isles to play charity fifteens game for Co-Ops
Long-serving Donaldson steps down as Currie coach
Tevez poised to provide timely boost for Juventus
Dunblane’s original sporting hero
Farewell Frank
McPake in contention for derby after scoring return for Hibs U20s
It’s unjust to cast Goodwin as the villain, says Lennon
Real take the advantage but Bayern have home hopes
Sarcastic Mourinho charged by FA along with Faria and Ramires
Former team-mates rally round as Giggs calls a Class of ’92 reunion
Januzaj has World Cup chance as he opts to play for Belgium
Kanchelskis blames United players for demise of Moyes
O N T H E W E B
‘Scottish managers face
Greater pressure’
United defend their conduct as dignified Moyes breaks silence
Ab fab
Jackson the latest Scot to go south as Wasps swoop
A mews home made for three
Creating a mews to inspire
Time for a sea change Fiona Reid
A unique school of thought
The lettings market is changing, but are the agents evolving with the change?
With a little imagination Kirsty McLuckie
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