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Sunday’s business, political and lifestyle headlines

Opinion polls today are forecasting a surge in support for the Tories and a shock for the SNP..

We have a full report on the latest forecasts and analysis of what it means for Nicola Sturgeon and her party..

We look at the changes taking place on the high street…and report on a key legal appointment

Plus a wrap up of the latest football and rugby news…

Stay ahead by logging on to Scotland’s online business, political and lifestyle website, updated throughout the day… www.dailybusinessgroup.co.uk

Catch up on the latest analysis, opinion and reviews in the arts, food and drink, style, management and technology matters in the Daily Business Magazine www.magazine.dailybusinessgroup.co.uk

Today’s breaking news and catch up on top stories on the Daily Business website …

+ General Election: A surge in support puts the Conservatives on course for la andslide and big inroads in Scotland + Sturgeon warns against the implications of a Tory victory

+ Opinion: Have the wheels finally come off the Nicola Sturgeon bandwagon?

+ Revolution on the high street: Is the future of our shops to turn them into “leisure experiences”?

+ Whisky sale: A Scottish auction house has just recorded a record sale for rare whiskies

+ Law: A top legal firm has hired one of the leading figures in Scotland’s Chambers’ of Commerce as a director

Tax hint: Chancellor Philip Hammond has dropped hints about Tory tax plans

Property: A prime office development in Edinburgh has attracted a new tenant

Drinks blow: Diageo has been accused of axeing Scottish jobs because of Brexit

Enterprise – Studio gain: A design studio is expanding after receiving government support

Property: new office data provides evidence of stability in the Aberdeen market + latest for central belt

Industry / counterfeits: Harris Tweed has taken new steps to protect itself against fakes

Old and new: One of Scotland’s oldest firms is expanding into new premises

CBI change: CBI Scotland is poised to appoint its first female director

London calling: A new hub for Scottish businesses has opened in London

Latest appointments: Anderson Strathern + Gilson Gray + Arts & Business Scotland + CBRE + BioQuarter + other latest hires and promotions

Sport – football: Paul Kiddie says Caixinha is ready to lock horns with Celtic

+ Sport – football: Fortune favours Aberdeen as Dons book place in final

+ Sport – Golf: A new deal and a new plan for the Scottish Open, Paul Kiddie reports

+ Sport – rugby:  Stuart Hogg talks to Paul Kiddie about his hopes for the forthcoming tour

Daily Business Magazine: 

+ Rare glimpse: Terry Murden rewinds the week which include a visit to the Faculty of Advocates amid the splendour of the old parliament  + how one former banker will be delighted with the General Election date

+ Revolution on the high street: Is the future of our shops to turn them into “leisure experiences”?

Digital dilemma: Scotland’s digital economy is growing fast, but it is creating some challenges for the skills agencies. Terry Murden assesses the state of the market

+ Food and drink: Pauline Taylor gives her latest recommendations on where to eat and drink

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