The Herald on Sunday - 18 Oct 2020

Table of content - The Herald on Sunday (18 Oct 2020)

SNP TARGET 2026 IN NEW ‘ROADMAP TO INDEPENDENCE’
New ban on travel may allow Scottish islands to ‘get back to normality’
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RANGERS 2 CELTIC 0: SCOTLAND’S BEST COVERAGE WITH
Anti-mask protests in London
Call for probe after four more deaths at Covid-hit care home
Chancellor urged to make payment tax-free
Rennie calls for clarity on contact tracer numbers
Trump wins golf victory
Gordon Brown warns of economic ‘double cliff edge’
Faith leaders back employment alliance
Fans defy Covid rules
Captain Sir Tom Moore fears for elderly people
Islands in the shun Travel ban is possible to allow isolated communities to get ‘back to normality’
Islands in the shun Travel ban is possible to allow isolated communities to get ‘back to normality’
Cure is the goal Footballers as it’s announced Glasgow will Pay tribute to late player host new MND drug trials
Cure is the goal Footballers as it’s announced Glasgow will Pay tribute to late player host new MND drug trials
Majority of Scots back restrictions on plastics
Steve McQueen calls for more bad black-led films
Business groups issue plea for quick Brexit trade deal
Call for Covid border checks as new concerns are raised over Scotland’s testing capacity ‘fails’
Plaque attack Controversial legacy of ‘Scotland’s most powerful man’
Plaque attack Controversial legacy of ‘Scotland’s most powerful man’
National Trust explore Scots’ role in slave trade
£1m fund launched to boost Scots town centre projects
Border Force patrols channel for migrant boats
Scotland will be independent by 2026, according to strategic roadmap from SNP’s ‘brain’ Wilson
Classroom disharmony Blended lessons strike bum note with Scottish music teachers
US business boss ‘admits affair with Johnson’
Three cars set on fire in two home attacks
Classroom disharmony Blended lessons strike bum note with Scottish music teachers
Thousands of Scots ‘conned’ by green homes mis-selling scandal demand action from PM
Mountaineer hits the heights just days after Covid-19 scare
Teacher Donalda bids ‘Beannachd Leibh’ to city after decades talking up Scotland’s mother tongue
New medical trials to help end misery of menopause
Thieves steal jewellery and cash worth thousands in home raid
Marcus Rashford petition passes 250,000 names
Arts outside the central belt ‘risk being overlooked’ for Covid-19 funds
Begging, beaten, robbed Jerry’s horrific tales of of living rough on Scotland’s streets
Life-changing homelessness project launches bid to create second centre
Salisbury officer to quit police
Begging, beaten, robbed Jerry’s horrific tales of of living rough on Scotland’s streets
Singer tells of anxiety
Golden Age actress dies
A brush with true greatness New show puts Scottish legend back in the frame
‘Let’s take back control’ said the Brexiters. ‘Aye, OK’ said the Scots
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There’s dead areas where not even a stethoscope could detect a signal
On the face of it, things are going Biden’s way
Simply, Andrew is the ‘brain’ of Yes movement
Is it a crypto Klondike for Scots football fans?
Is it a crypto Klondike for Scots football fans?
Quotes of the week ‘Welcome to the future?’
Broadband blues Seeking connection amid passing sheep
I’m long in the tooth but dentistry can still surprise
Broadband blues Seeking connection amid passing sheep
There may well be more diseases such as Covid-19 as a repercussion of the capitalist model’s ever-increasing need for more resources
Brexit is the game-changer
Here are some facts on wind turbines
Going backwards on food standards
Different strokes for no good reason
REVEALED: The blueprint for Scottish independence
Autumn glow
Our pick of the best lockdown activities for kids
Cookbook of the week Helena Garcia : Spooky bakes are not just for Hallowe’en
Alison Rowat’s TV previews plus seven-day listings
Six superb Scotch whiskies to nose out
Alan Carr is back for a new series of his panel show
Three pages of puzzles to enjoy this weekend
20 best lockdownfriendly activities to enjoy with kids
20 best lockdownfriendly activities to enjoy with kids
Acting up to ensure new series is no Carr crash
Acting up to ensure new series is no Carr crash
TV preview: From the dog-eat-dog world of politics to a puppy party
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Sharon and the Prince of Darkness Ozzy wonder if Bigfoot is real
TV preview: From the dog-eat-dog world of politics to a puppy party
BOX SETS AND ON DEMAND
Sharon and the Prince of Darkness Ozzy wonder if Bigfoot is real
Wilson lays out a vision of the future as polls point towards independence as inevitable
Is it just me? Dress up the table while you slum it
The best of times and the worst of times to have a drink
A last-minute Trump card? Inside the dark battle for the White House
Rab McNeil
Five things we’ve learned this week
Struggling Trump insists he is winning the war against virus
New allegations against Trump’s 2016 campaign
Woman facing lethal injection for murder
Culture bids for reprieve
Putin calls for renewal of nuclear treaty with USA
Ardern wins huge victory
Chechen teen shot dead by police after teacher beheading
Covid-19 surges again in Germany and Italy
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Records come at a price as running loses its purity
Determined Doyle set on overcoming all hurdles
Craig happy with GB debut
Wallace reaps rewards after taking pressure off
Ganna wins stage for a Giro hat-trick
Cowan sees the light after dark times
Bristol ready for another final after cup victory
Chiefs triumph in thriller to become kings of Europe
Cowan sees the light after dark times
Early call-off shows the danger for season filled with promise
MERSEYSIDE’S NEW TOFFEES PROPOSITION
Maguire on target to lead United fightback
Brown urges Clarke to call on ‘gallus’ Griffiths
Pars snatch victory in comeback
Megginson makes amends at the double
Paisley club struck again as chaos hits Well clash Saints’ prayers go unanswered again
Same old story for Jags as Love strikes
Lack of sleep no problem for Smith after rout
Saints find scoring boots as May hints return to old form
McInnes left to rue multitude of missed chances as Old rivals share spoils
Killie confound Covid problems with gritty win
Honours even as bosses settle for point apiece
McInnes left to rue multitude of missed chances as Old rivals share spoils
Saints find scoring boots as May hints return to old form
McGregor vows to bounce back from defeat once more
Lennon admits Celtic face proper title challenge following derby loss
A WINNING MENTALITY COMES FIRST FOR JACK
Goldson sure Gers will go the distance this time
TAKING IT IN THEIR STRIDE
RATINGS
TAKING IT IN THEIR STRIDE
RATINGS RANGERS
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Lennon admits Celtic face serious title race after defeat. Page 84
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