The Scotsman - 22 Nov 2014

Table of content - The Scotsman (22 Nov 2014)

Cabinet reshuffle brings balance of the sexes
Farage : Ukip on the march
Katherine Ryan would settle for a bit of infamy
Tommy Lee Jones re-imagines the western
An extract from Simon Conway’s latest novel
McCoist: This is Rangers’ biggest game for years
Jeff Salway on the mortgage pitfalls for older borrowers
Food fit for a king:
Horrific injuries of cannibal’s victim
Dyson spends £1bn on new gadgets
Crackdown on lack of wheelchair ramps
Aberdeen festival’s choir of Davids
Woman leaps from flat to escape blaze
90% Fewer plastic bags
Clarifications corrections
New Wallace sculpture cancelled
Winkleman plea as she heads back to Strictly
Gender equality begins here,
Sturgeon Cabinet mixes old and new faces
Work ends for Salmond lookalike
Two die and six injured after balcony gives way during house renovation
Taxman’s powers to take cash from your bank will be curbed
More woe for UK finances
Buffalo trainer attempted to round up ‘disobedient’ wife
Elderly man is killed in caravan blaze
Now Ukip can win anywhere
Neither of the big two are ready to rule alone
In the country, insists Farage
Miliband flags up his anger over ally’s tweet
Bookies tip Ukip to retain seat in May
Model train company getting back on the rails
No Scottish HS2 link, signals chief
Scottish wave power pioneers are forced to call in administrators
Green Cross Code Man returns – aged 79
Dounreay bosses admit radioactive leak after fire
Former MSP resigns amid concerns over deaf school
Torness reactor shuts down
Scuffles as Occupy tries to set up camp
Cat-loving stars back charity bid
Estate agent sends in the drones
Airbus to invest £100m in R&D
Police renew appeal over missing man
Funeral service for crash victim
I saw intruder stab partner to death, retired policeman tells murder trial
Buses chief criticised over wife’s design f irm
Hands off our husbands and bring thermal undies, tweets jihadi bride
Trees planted in honour of glen’s war heroes
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Man lived with tapeworm in his brain for four years
We’ve got to the root of recent Nessie sightings, claim experts
Glasgow to favour firms that pay the living wage
Where’s hot for your holiday next summer
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Robbed of chance to have children after breast cancer ordeal
How fertility treatment gave me peace of mind
Police bodyguard opens fire on Scots driver
Botanic Garden unveils its best pictures of the year
How drinkers ignore safe number of units as being ‘irrelevant’
Six Muslim schools told: Improve or face closure
Prince says it in Welsh as Matthews gets her MBE
China: Our forces seek peace but we won’t forget the past
Blanket coverage:
Four arrests over ‘plot to kill Israeli minister’
US warns Russia it faces ‘greater isolation’ over Ukraine
Legal action on Catalan vote
Violence mars protest march over Mexico’s lost students
No Polish election rerun despite glitch
Third case of bird flu in Netherlands
Slain teenager’s father urges calm
Farewell to a duchess:
Fears death toll could rise after 11 killed in stampede at stadium
‘Star-gazing’ tiny shrimp species is discovered
Obama goes it alone on immigration
Iran envoy flies home for nuclear summit talks
Uganda drafts new anti-gay legislation
Mind the gap as the rich get richer
Scottish
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Rochester may presage an era of real political turmoil
High-speed rail line must come north
How some names can really get your goat
This terror show
Danger of pre-emptive strikes on offensiveness
No advantage in ‘No Reservations’
Gulf oil riches versus the joys of an allotment
Labour values
Neigh way
Union must be equal and honourable
Nuclear peace
SNP changes
Cost of obesity
Oust the bankers
Mental health
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Wind farm fight
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Religious science
Old Misgiving
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Sowing the seeds of an entente cordiale
Red-faced RBS admits ‘error’ in EU balance sheet stress tests
Parkmead shares jump as firm unveils maiden full-year profit
Aviva and Friends Life in talks over £5.5bn swoop
Dyson’s £1bn bid for new products
Scots SMEs lack savings account
Osborne’s coffers empty but US cuts its debt
Rolls-Royce’s £3.2 billion engines deal gives respite
Tempting prospects:
Life sciences business to take over New Zealand outfit in £6m move
Merger puts BDO team in the money
BrewDog taps into Bologna
China and ECB boost world equities
MOVERS
Unit Trusts
Lending reforms putting mortgages beyond reach of mature borrowers
Gender savings gap is still widening
James Farrer
Hannah Stirling
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Breathing new life into John Barleycorn
Online auction arrives in UK
MARTS
SCOTTISH SURF FORECAST
Under-strength Glasgow fall short
Sutherland relishing his front-row seat to see Jones
Hamilton eye ten out of ten
Italian test to start new era
Time to show lessons have been learned, insists Hodge
World Cup 2015 the motivation for
Birthday boy Beattie
Now is the time for young Scots team to turn it on in attack
Sulking England aim to ‘put things right’
McCaw says milestone is second to winning
O’Connell plays down talk of French switch
McCoist: Tynecastle test is Rangers’ biggest match since liquidation
Lawwell says Celtic could be as big as Real Madrid
Townsend’s Warriors fall without Scotland stars
JUST KEEP IT CLEAN
McPHERSON ADMITS HIS LOYALTIES ARE DIVIDED
RICHIE VEIN OF FORM
CHAMPIONSHIP
Humility and unity the keys to Hearts’ lead in title battle
King claims Easdale sought assurances over position in email
McCoist’s happy hunting ground
Murray’s presence makes it a big day for Hanlon as Hibs aim to spoil party
Celtic’s patience snaps over
Brown happy to sign new deal
And looks to future as a coach
The Living Wage
Hartley says his side can give champions the Dark Blues
McInnes says keeping current squad happy is more important than bringing in new players
United eager to ‘get back into the real stuff again’
Hughes laments McCall loss but tips Black for post
Accies boss Alex hopes for a boost from break
Irish keeper wants to get his hands on No 1 jersey
Foreign legion of the Tartan Army set for assault on La Liga
Whelan branded a ‘racist’ and facing lengthy FA ban
Lower leagues for a higher return
SPFL PREMIERSHIP TEAM SHEETS
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE PREVIEW
Ramsay ready to ‘embrace’ Dubai battle with big guns
O’Grady not keen on ‘contrived’ points system for Final Series
Gilmour courting title hopes with hat-trick of wins
Huck in the hall to spy on contenders
Rosberg tells Hamilton ‘keep it clean’
HOW THEY CAN WIN
ABU DHABI SCORING
Swiss fears over Federer’s injury
Tacquin Du Seuil is ready to step up
Robertson crowned king of Hearts

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