The Herald on Sunday - 1 Dec 2019

Table of content - The Herald on Sunday (1 Dec 2019)

WHISKY GALORE!
A cybercrime an hour: The criminal scourge threatening Scotland
Another child dies at £842m hospital
33 bottles to be won
Life with my Bally:
WIN
Sturgeon warns that Scotland’s future on the line at election
Carlaw ‘rules out’ a second independence referendum
Iain Macwhirter
Rally against abortion law
Patrick Harvie
PLUS: How our fishing towns might vote and the latest on the SNP’s anti-Semitism suspension row
Scots social care would get big cash boost under Corbyn
Brexit stance ‘unhelpful’
Willie Rennie urges voters to act now and stop SNP
Tories and Labour not yet confirmed for ITV debate
Residents speak of fear at terrorist in their midst
Information age arrives for policing in Scotland
Information age arrives for policing in Scotland
Scots police warning over explosion of cybercrime
Farming
Scottish Music Awards
Fresh probe is launched after another child’s death
‘I feel we cannot trust what we are being told. I just wish they would come clean’
Fresh probe is launched after another child’s death
Freeman urged to ‘legally intervene’ at health board
‘I feel we cannot trust what we are being told. I just wish they would come clean’
Sexual health
My Bally Elena Baltacha’s husband on tennis, love and the future
My Bally Elena Baltacha’s husband on tennis, love and the future
Environment
First Lady blazes a bold trail
A taste of amber nectar
A taste of amber nectar
Gerrard to support Arfield through personal struggles
Celtic keen to agree contract with Burnley target Bitton
Flanagan has fight on hands to secure new Ibrox contract
Boyd backs Morelos to find net against Celtic at long last
Van Dijk head boy as 10-man Liverpool win
Larrazabal rues poor finish, but happy to still be in the lead
Cockerill will take win but still wants more
Hannah Rodger tracks down the the best bars north of the Border specialising in uisge beatha
Six concoctions to leave your tastebuds shaken and stirred … and perfect for the festive season
Graffiti outrage
Landlords should be forced to create more energy-efficient homes and private land owners made to hand areas over for forestation, according to the Scottish Greens
‘Force rich landowners to swap their cruel blood sports for forestation’
Why Scotland urgently needs more orchards
Boris Johnson hasn’t earned his lead in the polls – and he could very easily lose it
Boris Johnson hasn’t earned his lead in the polls – and he could very easily lose it
Do you agree with Iain?
Although fishing accounts for only 0.24 percent of the Scots economy, the sector looms large in the minds of voters in Banff and Buchan
Election 2019 Parties fish for every vote in Scotland’s coastal communities
Education
France’s desert war on jihadis is heating up
Hunt for attacker who stabbed three teenagers in street
Hong Kong
Protesters killed and wounded
Scotland WILL get its referendum
Perspective
Join the debate
Quote of the week
Scottish books – a missed chance
Openness, and action, are essential now
Time to make cyclists get ID
The Herald Sunday crosswords
Warriors hit hard by champions
Murdoch out to make his mark

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