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Bohemian Rhapsody star Rami Malek's secret family heartache revealed

Rami Malek is the name on every one's lip this award season. After his show stopping portrayal of Freddie Mercury in hit film Bohemian Rhapsody the Hollywood actor is tipped to win his first Oscar as well as countless other awards. But his success has...

yesterday, 08:54 in Showbiz
 
Terrifying new way car thieves are preying on lone women motorists revealed

Terrifying new way car thieves are preying on lone women motorists revealed

People are being warned to stay vigilant after heartless thieves targeted lone women and elderly motorists i na cunning new con. The trick sees heartless crooks knocking on car windows of women drivers and asking for directions. Once the windows are...

yesterday, 08:36 in World News
 
Meet the new El Chapo – an evil billionaire ex-cop running world's worst drug cartel

Meet the new El Chapo – an evil billionaire ex-cop running world's worst drug cartel

Just when you get one notorious drugs lord banged up, along comes one El of a murderous ­successor ready to take his place. As Mexican cocaine king Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman begins a life sentence, America’s Drugs Enforcement Administration must now...

yesterday, 08:36 in World News
 

David Beckham treats Victoria to £2.50 Valentine's card made by part-time Scots artist

He’s one of the world’s most famous men and he has millions in the bank. But when David Beckham was looking for a Valentine’s gift for the women in his life, he chose a £2.50 card made by a part-time Scottish artist. Corrin Strain only knocks out the...

yesterday, 05:38 in Showbiz
 
Ex-sheriff struck off for 'catalogue of serious and reprehensible behaviour'

Ex-sheriff struck off for 'catalogue of serious and reprehensible behaviour'

A former sheriff has been struck off the solicitors’ roll for a “catalogue of serious and reprehensible behaviour”. Hugh Neilson accepted he was guilty of professional misconduct after a number of complaints from clients. One of them, ex-footballer...

yesterday, 05:09 in Regional
 
Scots cop appears in court on phone porn rap

Scots cop appears in court on phone porn rap

A police sergeant has appeared in court over claims he stored indecent images on his mobile phone. Anthony Kelly, 49, who is in charge of the custody cases at Coatbridge police station , was arrested by colleagues at his home on January 29. Kelly, of...

yesterday, 05:09 in Regional
 
Total of 1420 inmates 'doubled-up' in single cells in Scots jails

Total of 1420 inmates 'doubled-up' in single cells in Scots jails

A total of 1420 inmates are being “doubled-up” in single cells in jails across Scotland. Around one-in-eight of all the cells in the prison estate house more than one criminal. The figures were revealed in a letter from Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf...

yesterday, 05:09 in Regional
 
Caribbean sea death family fly to Edinburgh for reunion as killer husband faces eight years

Caribbean sea death family fly to Edinburgh for reunion as killer husband faces eight years

The parents of a woman left to drown in the Caribbean by her husband will travel to Scotland to see their granddaughter for the first time since the tragedy. Eduardo and Elizabeth Rodriguez will fly to Edinburgh next month to be reunited with...

yesterday, 05:09 in Regional
 
Still Game's Gavin Mitchell cries over Boabby as Clansman calls last ever orders

Still Game's Gavin Mitchell cries over Boabby as Clansman calls last ever orders

Whatever else he does in his career, Gavin Mitchell knows people like his Boabby. Playing the barman and landlord of Still Game’s Clansman pub, he’s been at the heart of the show, and the butt of jokes and insults from his regulars, from the very...

yesterday, 05:09 in Regional
 
Carstair's patient's mum hits out at 'ridiculous' running costs as budget hits £300k per person

Carstair's patient's mum hits out at 'ridiculous' running costs as budget hits £300k per person

The cost of keeping a patient at Scotland’s maximum security State Hospital at Carstairs has doubled in the past decade. Critics described the current annual sum of more than £300,000 per individual as “ridiculous”. Average costs have soared as...

yesterday, 05:09 in Regional
 
Family of Scots Jihadi bride 'almost certain' she is dead

Family of Scots Jihadi bride 'almost certain' she is dead

The family of Scottish Jihadi bride Aqsa Mahmood are “almost certain” she has died in Syria, the Sunday Mail can reveal. Mahmood fled to Syria in 2013 aged just 18 to join Isis after being groomed by recruiter Adeel Ulhaq. Sources close to the family...

yesterday, 05:09 in Regional
 
Scotland's animal airport controls now so strict even prawns are given security checks

Scotland's animal airport controls now so strict even prawns are given security checks

Scotland’s passport controls for animals are now so stringent that even prawns have to be given a security check before they enter the country. The man who runs the country’s small animal control admitted they recently had to give 700 crustaceans...

yesterday, 05:09 in Regional
 
Man shot by gunman in horror daylight murder bid after brother was targeted in same street

Man shot by gunman in horror daylight murder bid after brother was targeted in same street

A man was shot in broad daylight yesterday almost a year after his brother was targeted in the same street . A witness said Jamie Barclay was ambushed yards from his family’s home when his vehicle was rammed by hitmen using a Transit van. A gunman...

yesterday, 05:09 in Regional
 
Workers slam parcel giant's new points-based disciplinary system brought in after courier died

Workers slam parcel giant's new points-based disciplinary system brought in after courier died

Parcel giant DPD has been accused of using an unfair points-based disciplinary system to sack drivers. The firm was forced to review its practices after the death of employee Don Lane, who cancelled meetings with kidney specialists over fears he would...

yesterday, 05:09 in Regional
 
Aamer Anwar backs Jihadi bride Shamima Begun's pleas for UK return and calls for mercy

Aamer Anwar backs Jihadi bride Shamima Begun's pleas for UK return and calls for mercy

A plea from Jihadi bride Shamima Begum to return to the UK divided the country. Here Aamer Anwar, lawyer for the family of Glaswegian ISIS convert Aqsa Mahmood argues that Britain cannot simply wash its hands of Shamima and others like her... When our...

yesterday, 05:05 in World News
 


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