The government announce a temporary ban on another controversial gas extraction technique, but Ministers are under fire for delaying a final decision on fracking. And Labour keep up the pressure on the First Minister over the business dealings of the SNP's former business spokesperson.
Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw is calling upon his team to 'do it for the fans' and clinch qualification for the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup.
The Scots face Samoa in their final match in Pool B at St James' Park in Newcastle on Saturday, knowing a win would guarantee their progression to the knockout stages.
Tens of thousands of Scots are expected to travel to Newcastle for the game, giving Laidlaw and his teammates a strong support base.
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David Cameron's land grab for the centre ground of British politics. The Prime Minister tells his party conference he wants to build a Greater Britain that leaves no-one behind. And Ruth Davidson, his Scottish leader, is convinced the Tories are on their way back north of the border.
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Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has set out her plans to target Holyrood's regional list vote in next year's elections.
She told the Conservative Party conference in Manchester today that she wants those who voted against independence in the 2014 referendum to cast their second vote in support of her party, arguing it is "the intelligent vote for the union".