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Nicola Sturgeon's team believe no real punches were landed in eight hours of questioning by MSPs.
The decision comes after Chancellor Merkel said data showed the jab was effective for the elderly too.
Police are treating the case as attempted murder and have now ruled out terrorism.
Budget questions from readers on a range of topics.
The road will forever be associated with Britain's most successful musical export - The Beatles.
Glasgow and Dublin are at growing risk of being cut from the list of host cities for this summer's European Championship.
England's batsmen once again fail to deliver on the first day of the final Test against India in Ahmedabad.
Busting myths and explaining the facts around vaccines.
The helmet and breastplate were discovered by an antiquities expert in Bordeaux.
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney says the EU is being driven towards legal action by the UK.
Kyal Sin, known as Angel, was one of 38 people killed in anti-coup protests on Wednesday.
Wales scrum-half Kieran Hardy is ruled out of the rest of the Six Nations by the hamstring he injured in the Triple Crown win against England.
The actor made light of a recent controversy surrounding the heritage of his wife, Hilaria.
The former Coronation Street star says he was tired of being rejected for roles and of online trolls.
The Duke of Edinburgh will remain in hospital for a number of days, Buckingham Palace says.
It is the first time Elon Musk's space exploration company has pulled off this difficult landing.
The star's older brother, Morgan Carey, accuses the star of "malicious falsehoods" in her memoir.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.
Campaign groups say half a million people will fall into poverty because of Rishi Sunak's benefit changes.
Chelsea forward Timo Werner says there is more to come from him after admitting he has never experienced a goal drought like this season.