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Ronald de Boer: I didn’t snub Manchester United for Rangers because of my EBT

THE former Dutch superstar picked up £1.2million in tax scheme but is adamant the club did not cheat.

Turkey moves 20 tanks to its border and sends 18 fighter jets on patrol as Russia crisis continues

Military sources from Turkey said the tanks were moved by rail to an armored brigade at its western border with Syria

Callous killer murdered his mum then met stranger for casual sex hours later

ROSS Taggart, 31, was convicted of killing his doting mum Carol-Anne whose body he stashed under a caravan before he reported her missing and posed as a grieving son.

Furious parents force Scots primary school to drop song by paedo Gary Glitter from kids' Christmas show

PUPILS were learning Glitter's festive hit 'Another Rock n' Roll Christmas' but it has been removed from the setlist following complaints from parents.

Celtic hitman Leigh Griffiths: Scott Allan can be our hero against Ajax tonight

FORMER Hibs forward is impressed with what he sees from the playmaker in training and is certain he will step up to the plate if called upon for injury and suspension ravaged Hoops.

Heathrow Airport tunnel blocked by climate change activists Plane Stupid as five people arrested

Police have been called after demonstrators parked a vehicle across the lanes and locked themselves to it

Plans for high-speed rail link between Glasgow city centre and Glasgow Airport back on track

Artist's impression of the Glasgow Airport rail link crossing the M8 motorway
TWO options for a £144m tram-train and a £102m light-rail link have been put forward to councillors with the preferred choice set to be made next year.

Ex-college boss snubs Education Secretary after she urges him to return some of his £304,000 pay off

Angela Constance wants John Doyle to pay back some cash but he is refusing to do so
ANGELA Constance wants John Doyle to pay back part of the windfall he received during merger farce but the former Coatbridge College principal refuses to budge.

Motorist dies after his car collides with lorry on Scottish road

THE 65-year-old man died at the scene of the accident in Angus on Wednesday evening.

Mike Ashley aims new blast at Rangers in his war with Dave King: You’re misleading the fans

Dave King and Mike Ashley are involved in a bitter feud
THE Sports Direct tycoon’s lawyers insist the SFA are not trying to force their client out of Ibrox club.

Frank de Boer tells Celtic: You're paying the price for the loss of Rangers in the league

MANAGER of the Dutch giants reckons the Hoops are suffering without his former club competing alongside them and is looking to pick up all three points from his Glasgow visit.

Legal loophole that could secure future of CalMac service is dismissed by Scottish Government

The CalMac service could end up in private hands
EU law expert Gordon Nardell QC says there is a way to avoid the controversial tendering process but Transport Minister insists the rules must be followed.

George Osborne performs tax credits U-turn but working families are still set to still feel the pinch

George Osborne delivers the Autumn Statement to parliament
LABOUR warns the Tory chancellor's smoke and mirrors statement will still see £1bn taken out people's pockets over next year – and £3bn by the end of this Parliament.

Record View: Chancellor is only looking after number one with u-turn on tax credits

George Osborne delivers the Autumn Statement to parliament
RECORD VIEW says the Chancellor's decision to reverse the cuts is purely a political one and has nothing to do with a change of heart, or ideology.

Can you spot the new cashpoint con? Crooks hiding miniature cameras to rob your security PIN

Cashpoint Scam
British Transport Police (BTP) have released detailed photographs of the pinhole spy camera

Drug dealer who supplied ecstasy that killed teen jailed for bottle attack carried out after early release from jail

BARRY Rainey had been released early from the sentence he was given for supplying Demi Campbell with lethal "Green Rolex" pills when he smashed a bottle over Michael Harrington's head.

Rangers AGM 2015: All you need to know about this year's meeting from Mike Ashley to share issues

THE anticipated gathering of the company's board and shareholders takes place on Friday at the Clyde Auditorium, with kick-off at 10am.

Paris attack: Eagles of Death Metal singer reveals heroism of British crew member who bled out in silence so no one else would be killed

THE band open up about the events that unfolded in the backstage area of the Bataclan during the Paris attack.

Black Friday: The ultimate guide to the best deals around on the one day bargain frenzy

Some 11 million people are predicted to hit the high street for the one-day frenzy

Paul Walker's dad takes legal action against Porsche over fireball crash in which Fast & Furious actor was killed

Paul Walker attends the World Premiere of 'Fast & Furious 6' in London
WALKER'S dad claims the Carrera GT, in which his son was a passenger, lacked safety features which could have saved his life.

Watch Aldi's hilarious spoof of the John Lewis Man on the Moon Christmas advert

The tongue in cheek homage to the department store’s annual tearjerker features Aldi's very own Man on the Moon

TV chef Kirly-Sue shares her recipes to put the va-va-voom into vegan ahead of Scotland's animal-free food festival

KIRLY-SUE shows you how to make exciting veggie dishes.

Scots scientists will launch a rocket containing special kit invented to crack one of Einstein's theories

THE big launch will take place next Wednesday in France.

Mother's pride at bond of brothers as Jack, 12, agrees to bone marrow transplant to save six-year-old Louis

Jack Thomson, 12, with his brother Louis, six
CAROLINE Thomson hails her "superheroes" as they team up again to launch this year’s Star Awards campaign by Cancer Research UK.

Andy Murray might be world No.2 on the court.. but he's world No.1 off it, says former coach Mark Petchey

PETCHEY lifts the lid on Murray's fun side away from tennis as he backs the Dunblane ace to help Britain make sporting history in this weekend's Davis Cup Final.

Isis nearly killed my husband, I had cancer then my dad died... I felt safe at home and just couldn't go out any more

Karen Snow found herself housebound due to agrophobia but is now growing stronger every day
AGORAPHOBIA victim Karen Snow reveals how the condition was able to take a hold of her life and how she beat it thanks to the help of her life coach Susan Hoy.

Charlie Sheen’s ex-PA lifts the lid on actor's sordid life with 'porn stars, partying and drugs'

Charlie Sheen's PA Steve Han
Steve Han worked with the Hollywood star for more than two years and regularly accompanied him on luxury trips around the world

John Hughes: I'm hoping for a Celtic victory for the sake of Scottish football

CALEY THISTLE manager is eager for the Hoops to taste success in Europe to show the continent that our game isn't as bad as it is made out to be.

Enjoy a change of gear as we road test trendy new cycling jackets that keep you safe, dry and stylish

Cyclist Graeme Cook tries out the new tweed cycling jacket
A HIPSTER husband and wife design team say it's time to ditch the cagoule and get back on the trendsetting track as they unveil their specially-made jackets.

Ice cream queen: Teenager Becky left her troubled past behind to create a sweet enterprise

BECKY says discovering hospitality in school allowed her to find a creative outlet for her energy.

Dead mouse under photocopier leads to Scots school evacuation after smell is mistaken for a GAS leak

THE dead field mouse was discovered by engineers after almost 200 primary school pupils were removed from the school in North Lanarkshire.

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