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David Cameron hails legislation to deliver new powers for Scotland as "built to last, securing our united future." But is it what Scotland was hoping for? Channel 4 takes a look.
Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon says it is a matter of "public interest" that the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war is published without further delay.
An urgent commission is being set up to consider the impact of plunging global oil prices on the North Sea, as energy giant BP reacted to the drop by axing hundreds of jobs.
I would drag these guys kicking and screaming into a public debate. I would make the presenters the bad-est ass inquisitors in Britain.
Four SNP councillors filmed setting fire to a copy of the Smith Commission report on new powers for Scotland are suspended from the party for two months.
The absence of a distress call suggests that whatever caused the Cemfjord cargo ship to sink off Scotland "happened very quickly", says oceanographer Dr Simon Boxall.
The Archbishop of Glasgow tells a memorial mass how he tried to comfort a woman whose parents and daughter were killed in the bin lorry crash in the city.
Janey Godley was at the scene of the crash moments after it happened and "never believed for a minute it was a terrorist attack", but added: "I walked away, so I'm the lucky one."
The Commons leader, William Hague, spells out to MPs a series of options for meeting the prime minister's pledge of "English votes for English laws".