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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

UKIP dismissed as ‘irrelevant band of misfits’ over devolution stance

UKIP have been dismissed as an “irrelevant band of misfits” after the party declared it would actively campaign against devolution in Scotland, Wales and...

Richard Branson: UK dangerously close to full-scale Brexit disaster

The EU Council has granted the UK Government’s wish. An extension of Article 50 will delay Brexit until 22 May if Parliament accepts the...

Woman subjected to ‘prolonged and repeated’ sexual assault on Edinburgh-Stirling train

A woman was subjected to a ‘prolonged and repeated’ sexual assault on a train between Edinburgh and Stirling. Source: Scotsman Read full story: Woman subjected to...

The Northern Lights may be visible from Scotland this weekend

Forecasters of said that the Northern Lights might be visible from the UK this weekend (23 March), thanks to a solar storm on its...

‘Dark money’ could flood into British politics under planned law – Electoral Reform Society

The Overseas Electors Bill, which returns to the Commons today, has a sound purpose – to end the current limit on how long Britons...

Tory MP pleads guilty to expense fraud charges

Tory MP Christopher Davies has pleaded guilty to two expense fraud charges. Source: Scotsman Read full story: Tory MP pleads guilty to expense fraud charges

Brexit: How the 'flextension' deal was reached and what happens now

EU leaders stepped in to tell Theresa May what would happen if her own MPs voted against her Brexit deal, explains Paris Gourtsoyannis. But...

Brexit: How the 'flextension' deal was done – and what happens now?

The UK may have just taken part in its last EU Council summit, and the symbolism was inflicted on the British press pack. Its...

Adverts for ‘autism cure’ ban welcomed by Scots charities

Scottish autism charities have welcomed a crackdown by advertising authorities on therapists who claim to be able to cure the condition. Source: Scotsman Read full story:...

Scots risk missing potential snap election as electoral role drops

Thousands of Scots risk not being able to have their say if a snap general election or second Brexit referendum is called this year,...

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Royal Navy destroyer HMS Defender returns to Glasgow

Shipbuilding has a long future on the River Clyde, building on Glasgow’s historic connections to the industry, a Royal Navy commander has said. Source: Scotsman Read...

‘Leave means leave’: Ian Blackford harassed by Brexit supporters in London

The SNP’s Westminster leader Ian Blackford was harassed by a group of Brexit supporters who shouted abuse at him as he walked down Whitehall. Source:...

‘Traitor to England’: Ian Blackford harassed by Brexit supporters in London

The SNP’s Westminster leader Ian Blackford was harassed by a group of Brexit supporters who shouted abuse at him as he walked down Whitehall. Source:...

SNP Westminster leader harassed by Brexit supporters on Whitehall

The SNP’s Westminster leader Ian Blackford was harassed by a group of Brexit supporters who shouted abuse at him as he walked down Whitehall. Source:...

Watch incredible footage as huge waves crash onto car on Isle of Lewis

Coastguard pilots battling to get to work at Stornoway Airport on the Isle of Lewis have posted remarkable footage which shows the perils of...