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# Scotland

This month
July 2024
Scottish National Party upended and independence movement at an end following Labour sweep
Scottish National Party hammered by Labour in UK general election
Last month
June 2024
Scotland dumped out of Euros by Hungary's 99th-minute winner
Hungary score in 99th minute to knock Scotland out of Euro 2024
Donegal fishermen rescued after boat sinks near Rockall Bank
Scotland keep hopes of reaching knockout stage alive after draw with Switzerland
Scotland boost hopes of making it through the group stage with Switzerland draw
10 uncapped players named in Scotland squad for Americas tour
'In high performance, you are never relaxed' - Meet the only Irishman involved in Euro 2024
Shayne Murphy, football scientist with the Scotland national team, speaks to The 42.
Scotland call up for New York Red Bulls winger Lewis Morgan
Trent impresses in England three-goal victory, Cooper limps off as Scotland win
This year
Scotland-Israel games to be played behind closed doors amid ‘disruption’ concern
John Swinney becomes new leader of the SNP and is likely to be next Scottish first minister
Humza Yousaf resigns as Scottish First Minister and leader of SNP
Scotland lock Jonny Gray leaves Premiership club Exeter
McEntee defends hate speech bill saying opinions are not going to be criminalised
Scottish First Minister defends country's hate crime laws following criticism from JK Rowling
Scales returns as Celtic break down Livingston to return to top of table
Scotland and Edinburgh prop WP Nel to hang boots up at end of season
'We made a boll**ks of it in the captain's run!' - Ireland's Six Nations-sealing try
Andrew Porter finally cracked the Scottish resistance with a clever set-piece play.
Ireland are Six Nations champions again after squeezing past Scots
Andy Farrell’s men have sealed back-to-back titles after a hard-fought win in Dublin.
'We're not playing tennis or golf... you've got to be on the edge'
Scotland make two changes for Six Nations visit to Ireland
Scotland are no mugs. Ireland have to deliver on Super Saturday
Gregor Townsend’s side are playing for a Triple Crown as they aim to end their losing streak against Ireland.
George Horne handed rare Scotland start against Italy
Irish woman among two charged after pouring porridge and jam over Queen Victoria bust
England attack coach insists they must keep a cool head after Scotland defeat
Adam Idah: 'I think I thrive off pressure. That’s what excites me'
Six Nations shenanigans highlight why Super Rugby is tweaking the law
The Southern Hemisphere competition is closing the intriguing loophole.
Rangers capitalise on Celtic slip-up and go top of Scottish Premiership
Celtic stunned by late Kilmarnock leveller to hand Rangers chance to go top
Rangers move level with Celtic at top after beating Ross County
Scotland lose Luke Crosbie and Richie Gray for rest of Six Nations
Scotland edge Wales in Six Nations thriller to end Cardiff curse
Scotland edge Wales in Six Nations thriller to end Cardiff curse
Idah marks Celtic debut with assist as fans protest at transfer business
Ex-Scottish PM Nicola Sturgeon called Boris Johnson a 'f**king clown', UK Covid inquiry hears
Finn Russell ready to lead Scotland after clearing the air with Gregor Townsend
Scottish CMO told colleague to delete messages ‘at end of every day’, Covid inquiry told
Rory Darge and Finn Russell named Scotland co-captains for Six Nations