September 26, 2019

Government is ‘gambling’ with tax cash

SNP ministers have been accused of “gambling with public money” after writing off almost £135million worth of loans and guarantees to private firms in just 12 months. Public spending watchdog Audit Scotland revealed loans worth £45million to the Fergus...
September 26, 2019

Nicola Sturgeon urged to act as public demands: Life must mean life for evil killers

A GRANDMOTHER almost bludgeoned to death by a murderer on day release from jail has backed “life means life” laws. Linda McDonald is among many to back Conservative plans to keep Scotland’s worst criminals in jail until they die.
September 26, 2019

House price growth ‘low in all major UK cities’

Not a single one of the UK's biggest cities saw annual property growth edge above 5% in August - the first time since 2012 that this has happened.
September 26, 2019

The changing face of Britain’s transport industry

Brexit is already changing the way goods come into this country, a host of businesses have told Sky News.
September 26, 2019

Wheels fall off Peloton shares as stock market debut disappoints

The fitness start-up Peloton saw its share price fall on its stock market debut, becoming the latest in a line of newly traded companies to receive a frosty reception from investors this year.
September 26, 2019

Penalty for Verstappen, Kvyat to back of Russian GP grid

Max Verstappen will have a five-place grid penalty and Daniil Kvyat will start his home Russian Formula One Grand Prix from the back of the field on Sunday as a result of power unit changes.
September 26, 2019

England right where they need to be at World Cup, says Jones

Two games, two bonus-point wins, no major injuries -- England are right where they need to be at the World Cup, coach Eddie Jones said on Thursday after his side's seven-try win over the United States.
September 26, 2019

W Series winner Chadwick moves closer to F1 test

Jamie Chadwick, winner of the inaugural all-female W Series, has moved closer to a Formula One test after being named as one of four finalists for Britain's BRDC Young Driver of the Year award.
September 26, 2019

Brighton’s Duffy out for ‘number of weeks’ with calf injury: Potter

Brighton and Hove Albion will be without Shane Duffy for Saturday's Premier League trip to Chelsea after the defender picked up a calf injury in Wednesday's League Cup defeat to Aston Villa, manager Graham Potter said on Thursday.
September 26, 2019

EFL ends Bury’s hopes of League Two return next season

Bury's proposal that they be allowed to return to League Two, the fourth tier of English football, next season has been rejected, the Football League (EFL) said on Thursday.
September 26, 2019

Friday’s £167m EuroMillions jackpot could make somebody the UK’s biggest ever lottery winner

The EuroMillions pot has reached its maximum of £167 million
September 26, 2019

Liverpool FC fail in attempt to get city name trademarked

Liverpool Football Club have failed in their controversial attempt to trademark the word Liverpool, because of the "geographical significance" of the city's name.