video 28 July 2014 UK, Scotland

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After the fire: Glasgow School of Art - video

Jon Snow visits the world-famous Glasgow School of Art, two months after it was ravaged by a huge fire. Watch the film in full on Channel 4 News tonight at 7pm.

post 28 July 2014
Read more from Jon on Snowblog First in to see Mackintosh's damaged masterpiece, Glasgow School of Art

A huge fired ravaged parts of the world-famous Glasgow School of Art on 23 May. Jon Snow returns two months later to see the damage for himself and hear about the renovation plans.

article 23 July 2014 World, Scotland
Commonwealth Games 2014: what to watch

From Usain Bolt to Bradley Wiggins, it feels like London 2012 all over again. This time though, we're in Glasgow. Here is your Channel 4 News day-to-day guide to the Commonwealth Games.

article 22 July 2014 UK, Scotland
Alex Salmond (Reuters)
Mixing politics and sport ahead of the 'friendly games'

As Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond makes his first appearance on the Commonwealth Games stage, the challenge in the coming days may be to keep the attention of the world on the sport.

post 22 July 2014
Read more on Michael's blog Salmond's Scottish sporting surge? Perhaps not

Is Alex Salmond hoping to ride a wave of patriotic fervour flowing for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games? If history tells us anything, he may be disappointed.

post 03 July 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Cameron: Scotland, don't go breaking my heart

The prime minister has ventured to Perth - known as Scotland's Hampshire - to ask reticent no voters to take heart and campaign openly against independence.

article 03 July 2014 Politics, Scotland
David Cameron calls time on 'noisy Nationalists' in Scotland

In a visit to Scotland ahead of the referendum, David Cameron calls on the "silent majority" of Scots to vote to stay with the United Kingdom - and slips in a jibe at "Alex the unready".

post 02 July 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Independence, ghosts and 'Stormont Scotland'

Prof Sir Tom Devine believes that if the yes side win, it will be thanks to something that was for decades unimaginable: Catholics voting for independence.