The Scotsman - 4 Jul 2015

Table of content - The Scotsman (4 Jul 2015)

Plucky Heather so close to beating Serena at Wimbledon
Minister sparks row with SNP over Trident
16-page souvenir Scottish Open pull-out
Mark Ronson on the creation of Uptown Funk
Comedian Mark Steel on the search for his natural parents
Jeff Salway looks at the likely impact if Greece exits the euro
Lee Mcculloch is linked with return to Rangers
PRIZE CROSSWORD
Four involved in theme park ‘shunt’
Heads up:
Patrols increased after sex attack
Woman dies after being found in street
Boy, 12, arrested over rape bid
Singer Smith ‘not doing Bond theme’
£1.5m
Clarifications corrections
Mystery of the vanishing blue tit chicks
Winehouse father makes own Amy film
Defence Secretary accused of being high-handed and lacking respect
First prison custody officer dies after attack
Asylum seekers win government payouts
Shaun creator priced out
Glorious day when a sixth of the UK’S power came from sunshine
Too much of the green stuff for Andy’s mother
Solar plane completes record-breaking flight
Met Office warns of new storms for Scotland
Lifeline for Scots teenagers
Repatriation of victims goes on as inquests begin
At risk of being radicalised
Queen leads minute’s silence as services and vigils held to remember Sousse dead
Lotto luck:
Lockerbie families are barred from lodging appeal to clear Megrahi
Prison absconder back behind bars
£2,000 reward for missing dangerman
Victim slashed his own home
Britons splashing out on festivals
Second time lucky for Bake Off winner
V&A will open through the night
Greek PM tells nation: Reject blackmail and scaremongering sirens
Greeks to head home for crunch vote in economic referendum
Microchip in your chest tips off doctors about heart trouble
RMT calls second ferry stoppage
John Lewis threatens to abandon Edinburgh in building row
Bridge set for World Heritage Site
Let sleeping children lie so they learn to remember
Burka-clad robbers face prison after £1.5m raids
Spitfire going under hammer
Police Scotland reported to United Nations for stop-and-search tactics
Ronson song top stream with 45m
£1m fine for phone giant that made a £1.6 billion profit
In hot water:
Lorries hit the road as queues end
Five years on, family still seeks justice for PC shot by Raoul Moat
Inquest to hear toxic flooding concerns following the death of seven-year-old
Scots spend most on gifts in UK
Warning over molecules in bread and pasta
View to a killing:
Cancer survivor Ashya, 5, returns home after ‘living like a refugee’
Bumper crowds expected for Princess Charlotte’s christening
Why being a foodie can be good for your health
Price fined for jumping lights
Clifford to face charge of indecent assault
Lord of the selfies:
‘Victim’ who made false rape claim against date is spared jail sentence
Farmers try anti-crime device used by jewellers
Clubhouse tees off again after revamp
Palestinian forces arrest 100 Hamas members in West Bank
Uber taxis to suspend French service following riots and arrests
Blasphemy laws are abolished in Iceland
Palace mosque ‘for the people’
In the picture:
Planning on a baby? You’ll need to clear it with the boss first …
Women kill 13 people in twin suicide bomb attack
Malaysia wants suspects in downing of Flight MH17 to face prosecution
Palmyra antiquities ‘destroyed by IS’
Venezuela may run out of beer
Killing fields slowly give up the dead
Germany calls for US spy claims to be cleared up
US and China in bid to end ivory trade
Pakistan anger over Afghan envoy arrest
Philippines ferry search winds down
Burma hotel bomber gets
Emergency landing for Bangkok flight
Denmark elects new speaker
Opportunities, not opportunism
Sustained by spirit of humanity
Fallon is playing a dangerous game
A powerful argument for a glass roof
Sustained by spirit of humanity
Time we all got over the rainbow
Face it, named person law is troubling
Gleneagles down with the cool kids
Tiffany Jenkins
It’s a grey old day when hair starts changing hue
Evel implications for Commons equality
Named guardian
No apology
On Twitter
Labour challenge
Separation day
Capone car
Picture Gallery
Wind folly
It straight
Salmond liability
Family TIES
ANDROMAQUE
Bennett’s lady is a poignant tale
DRIFT
FRANK SINATRA JR
NETTWORK TRIO
Legend by name and a cool customer by nature
University of Edinburgh
RBS faces $13bn bill to settle mortgage bond claims in United States
Capital firms looking to giga-bit future
Sky high hopes as broadcaster announces further 200 Scots jobs
Smaller housebuilders ask for a Budget bonus
Aberdeen energy firm collapses
Spot the white horse coming over the ridge…
Rate rise on cards for 2015 after services power ahead
Sitting pretty:
New Aberdeen venue gets £10m SE cash
BPI makes progress despite heady costs
KPMG given nod as auditor for Barclays
Pure Wafer will axe jobs after talks end
FTSE ends down as Greek vote nears
MOVERS
Unit Trusts
Grexit woes may spare UK investors – at least initially
HOW TO... save on your grocery bill
Graham Ellis
Court circular
June (nee Wiltshire) (Formerly of Perth / Glasgow)
Betty (nee Wilson) (Fife)
William James Mcdougall (Formerly of Edinburgh)
Doris Murray Graham (nee Ferguson) (Formerly Galashiels)
NOTCUTT
Jim Rowan
Now and Then
Gilleasbuig Lachlainn ’Illeasbuig, 1927–2015
Fo-thiotalan: fuirich ’s faic
Di-sathairne 4 Iuchar 2015
Boinne ann am beul na gaoithe
Link will bring employers and apprentices together
Outlook
Otter still has selling points 50 years on
MARTS
Today
FACTFINDER’S CROSSWORD
COMPACT CROSSWORD ONE
CRYPTIC CROSSWORD
COMPACT CROSSWORD TWO
SUDOKU
Laidlaw determined to take Scotland skills to a new level
Pace is key to Ashes hopes and glory
Four countries to bid to host in 2023 but US pulls out
Blain missing as Grange try to stay ahead at the top
Australian claims six wickets
Murrayfield have a spring in their step
Testing time ahead for Clydesdale
Time to end years of tournament woe
Japan driven by honour in World Cup final rematch
Chelsea deal for
Ince completes move to Derby
Boyata says Mackay-steven can be Celtic’s trump card
Aberdeen will finish job, says Mcginn
Foderingham recalls bust-up with Di Canio
Davidson faces three months on sidelines
Thriller as ‘unbelievable’ Watson pushes Williams to brink of defeat
Mcculloch in frame for return to Rangers as a coach
Ciftci’s agent says striker ‘flattered’ by Celtic link
‘I never did it for the money... it was the challenge I loved’
This way to week two
‘Jamieson is going to have a tough time getting into that Great Britain team... there are a lot of good swimmers around’ David Wilkie,
BROWN KEEPS A STRAIGHT FACE
IT’S DUSTIN TIME IN SW19
FOUR KINGS OF THE ROAD
Murray the mentor leading from the front
Djokovic and Wawrinka in cruise control as they
Young pretender Kyrgios starting to look real deal
Move into fourth round but Dimitrov crashes
Watson pushes Williams to brink
Sharapova breezes into last 16 for the tenth time in 13 years
British No 1 left to rue her mis-hit backhand
Brown ready to enjoy overdue breakthrough into the big time
TODAY’S TOP TEE TIMES
Fans pocket $192,000 thanks to pair of aces at Greenbrier
Mcdowell out after slumping to a 78 as Dubuisson leads
Burmester equals record 63 to top leaderboard
Peters shoots 9–under to take two–stroke lead
The elusive butterfly of golf
The elusive butterfly of golf
Four kings of the road but
ALBERTO CONTADOR
NAIRO QUINTANA
CHRIS FROOME
There can be just one rouleur
VINCENZO NIBALI
Hamilton stays focused on title after off-track tribulations
Button struggles again and admits he won’t score any points
BYRNE ON THE PACE
Wilkie fears for Jamieson’s Rio chances after failure in Glasgow
Fixtures
Mountain win for Millar
Fignon wins Tour but Scot is King of the Mountains
BOXING CLEVER
Louis de Bernières revisits WWI
FOOD
Damien Hirst’s Orkney debut
Mark Ronson gears up for T
FASHION
I WANT IT
“Perched above a sea loch on Harris, Lickisto is perfect for exploring the wilds of the east coast“
FASHION
“It’s rich and creamy with the contrast crunch of molten sugar”
MUSIC
PERSONAL GROWTH
FILM
TRAVEL
NOTE PERFECT
BOOKS
BEAUTY, HEALTH & FITNESS
ART
OUTDOORS
LIFE OF BRIAN
GARDENS
RESTAURANT
TV & RADIO
THEATRE
FOOD
DRINK
“Now when I meet people I’m actually listening to them”
Beached boys
Why wear a single bangle when you can add stacks of appeal with a collection from the high street?
MUM’S THE WORD
MY LIFE IN CLOTHES
MAXIMUM APPEAL
SONG AND DANCE
POOL PARTY
THOSE SUMMER NIGHTS
GLADS ALL OVER
SHADY LADY
ALL ROUND STARS
Spa spy Out of this world
WE DO THE MATHS 3 PRODUCTS TRIED AND TESTED
WHAT’S NEW?
FAMILY EXPERIENCES
YOUR CHANCE TO WIN
Forth Floor Brasserie, Harvey Nichols
FOOD NEWS
THE VERDICT
MUSSELS WITH GARLIC, SHALLOTS, CREAM AND TARRAGON
CROQUE MONSIEUR
Plat du jour
SHOPPING LIST
CRÈME BRÛLÉE
OUR RECOMMENDATIONS
The wine list
CRITICS’ CHOICE
“I’m probably a bit too neurotic”
STILL THE WATER (15)
Stripped away
MINIONS (U)
Rare footage and raw talent make this a moving portrait of a troubled singer
MAGICIAN: THE ASTONISHING LIFE AND WORK OF ORSON WELLES (12A)
THE FIRST FILM (PG)
AMY
Pier into the past
WHATEVER YOUR INTEREST, THERE WILL BE A FRINGE SHOW ABOUT IT
Collective ambition
Creative enterprise
PAUL HARRISON PROMISES A NEW TAKE ON FUSION WITH HIS QUARTET SUGARWORK
FURMAN HAS A JOYOUS WAY OF TACKLING THE TOUGH STUFF
JAZZ
FOLK
POP
Take a chance on me
LONG LOST FAMILY
VIRGIN ATLANTIC: UP IN THE AIR
A SONG FOR JENNY
THE AUTISTIC GARDENER
Full of character
The artists who put stained glass at the heart of
POEM OF THE WEEK
THE WRITE STUFF
Water world
THIS WEEK’S DESTINATIONS
BARGAIN BREAKS
48 HOURS IN
Camp sights
FISHING & SHOOTING
The Walk
Camp sights
THE ROUTE
Energy for life
Case study Week six
Tips of the week
Case study Week six
Experts’ view Week six
Annual leave
BEST OF THE BUNCH HEUCHERA
GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT FLORENCE FENNEL
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK
GARDEN WORKS
Roger Cox
HOROSCOPES
Worth waiting 350
Years for
Links ‘brings out the best of me’
An easy ride for Coltart
‘My dad caddied at the club’
Good bet for the first round
‘View from the sixth tee unrivalled’
Leave the driving to professionals
Chances, traps and a
Light rough ‘a benefit to the players’
Tales of talent and tragedy
Revamped clubhouse is a glass act
Place in history up for grabs for Scots
‘Cup success helped me join the club’
Kings of Scotland

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