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JIM SPENCE: Some nationalists are natural Tories – they just can’t admit it

Watching the partisan punch up which passes for presidential political campaigning in America, I’m increasingly fearful it’s a portent of things...

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Jim Spence

MARTEL MAXWELL: Love Island-style filler nightmare put me off Botox for life

We were three drinks into a girls’ night out in the DCA when I noticed something about my friend. ‘What is it?’ She said. ‘You’re looking at...

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Martel Maxwell

REBECCA BAIRD: Modern dating reality behind cheat-catching Dundee Facebook group

There’s no worse feeling than knowing that someone you love is lying to you. Except maybe the feeling of knowing it and not being able to prove it....

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Rebecca Baird

COURIER OPINION: Disability access issue at Fife railway station speaks to wider problem

Sci-fi writers of the 1900s tended to imagine the time we live in now as an age of flying cars, time-travel and space exploration. It’s a lovely...

20.07.2024 1

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KATE MUNRO: The climate I grew up with is gone – that’s why the people of Montrose are speaking up on coastal erosion

A year of getting around Angus without a car takes a bit of patience. Hundreds of journeys on foot, bike, bus and car share, have taken me to a lot...

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By Kate Munro

ANDREW LIDDLE: Can SNP avoid civil war? Early signs are not good…

The SNP has lost the battle at the general election, and the question now is whether it can avoid the civil war. The early signs are not good. As...

18.07.2024 1

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Andrew Liddle