2007 in Scotland.
- Monarch â" Elizabeth II
- First Minister and Keeper of the Great Seal - Jack McConnell (until 16 May 2007); Alex Salmond
- 17 January - Queen Margaret University College at Musselburgh is granted full University status as Queen Margaret University, becoming Edinburgh's fourth university.
- 23 February - Grayrigg derailment: A high speed Pendolino train on the West Coast Main Line from London to Glasgow derails on faulty pointwork in the Lake District of England, killing one person.
- 28 February - The Cathedral Church of Saint Margaret in Ayr replaces the Good Shepherd Cathedral as the Mother Church for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Galloway and seat of the Catholic Bishop of Galloway (formal dedication 14 September).
- 7â"9 March - Network Rail signalworkers strike, causing rail services in Scotland to be severely curtailed.
- 3 May;
- Scottish Parliament election. The SNP win a plurality of seats and go on to form the Scottish Executive.
- Scottish local council elections.
- 16 May - The UEFA Cup Final is held at Hampden Park, Glasgow. Sevilla FC defeat RCD Espanyol on penalty kicks.
- 30 June - Attempted terrorist attack on Glasgow Airport.
- 1 August - The University of Paisley and Bell College merge to create the University of the West of Scotland.
- 20 August - Loch Lomond Seaplanes begin a scheduled service from Glasgow Seaplane Terminal to Oban.
- 15 September - Rally driver Colin McRae and three other people are killed when their helicopter crashes near Lanark.
- 15 November - Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond wins The Herald's Scottish Politician of the Year award and is also named Parliamentarian of the Year in The Spectator magazine awards.
- 30 November - St. Andrew's Day is for the first time a designated bank holiday in Scotland, under the St Andrew's Day Bank Holiday (Scotland) Act 2007 (Royal Assent: 15 January).
- 29 December - Phil O'Donnell, the 35-year-old Motherwell footballer, dies from a heart attack in a Scottish Premier League fixture. O'Donnell was capped for Scotland once in 1993, and had been part of the Celtic side that won the Scottish league title in 1997-98 season.
- 7 January - Magnus Magnusson, television presenter and writer (born 1929)
- 9 February - Ian Richardson, actor (born 1934)
- 15 September - Colin McRae, rally driver (born 1968)
- 16 October - Deborah Kerr, actress (born 1921)
- 29 December - Phil O'Donnell, footballer (born 1972)
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- ^ "'Hero' driver saddened at death". BBC News. 2007-02-27. Retrieved 2011-12-19.Â
- ^ "New Cathedral Church for Galloway". Galloway Diocese News (Advent 2007): 1, 3. Retrieved 2014-04-23.Â
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- ^ "Family tribute to McRae and son". BBC News. 2007-09-16. Retrieved 2010-03-29.Â
- ^ "Top award caps historic year for SNP". The Herald (Glasgow). 2007-11-16. Retrieved 2011-11-13.Â
- ^ "Salmond 'is top parliamentarian'". BBC News. 2007-11-15.Â
- ^ Lindsay, Clive (2007-12-30). "Phil O'Donnell: 1972-2007". BBC. Retrieved 2014-04-23.Â
- 2007 in the United Kingdom
- Timeline of Scottish history