It first appeared in 1934. It’s published by Express Newspapers. Most of the content is a repeat of what’s in the London edition, but the editorial team based in Glasgow also provide more in-depth coverage of news and sports stories relevant to Scotland.
Unlike its Sunday counterpart, the Scottish Sunday Express, it doesn’t have its own web address – just a section within the UK-wide site, albeit one with a distinctive masthead. However, the section’s a dummy – as soon as you click on a story that’s not about Scotland, you’re taken into the main site, and have to click on “Scotland” in the header navigation bar to return to the Scottish section.