October 8, 2019

Tony Blair tells Edinburgh event: ‘Corbyn must not risk Union’ – No ‘Scexit’

TONY BLAIR has warned Jeremy Corbyn against using Scotland’s place in the Union as a way to get into power. The former Prime Minister said that any Labour horse-trading with the SNP over indyref2 would be a big mistake. His warning comes just days afte...
October 8, 2019

Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles retains its two Michelin stars

NINE months after the death of head chef Andrew Fairlie, the restaurant that bears his name has retained its two Michelin stars. Restaurant Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles is one of 10 Scottish eateries to make this year’s Michelin Guide for Great Britain...
October 8, 2019

Brexit bum’s rush: No-deal could wipe out toilet paper stocks

Brexiteers will say it is the ultimate in "project fear", but it's claimed the nation could be caught short by a scarcity of toilet roll after the UK leaves the European Union.
October 8, 2019

US-China trade tensions and Brexit rattle markets

Markets have been gripped by renewed volatility as fears over the US-China trade war as well as Brexit rattled investors.
October 8, 2019

Eddie Stobart braced for long haul in lender talks

The struggling haulier Eddie Stobart Logistics is bracing itself for crunch talks with its lenders as it races to finalise half-year results that have been delayed amid an accounting crisis.
October 8, 2019

Thomas Cook collapse sees hundreds of baggage handling jobs cut

More than 300 jobs have been put at risk after a baggage handling firm said it was ceasing operations at Manchester airport following the collapse of Thomas Cook.
October 8, 2019

Army officer in charge of fatal Brecon Beacons exercise made ‘hot day’ remark months after Joshua Hoole death

Corporal Joshua Hoole, 26, collapsed and died 400m from the end of the eight-mile annual fitness test
October 8, 2019

Jobs market fears mount as recruiters warn on Brexit uncertainty

The undisputed strength of the UK economy since the financial crisis has been the jobs market.
October 8, 2019

Boozy gin, vodka, rum and whisky calendars launched for Christmas 2019

The calendars come in all shapes and sizes - and can cost as much as £10,000
October 8, 2019

Barclays urged to reverse ‘damaging’ decision on Post Office tie-up

Barclays has been urged to reverse its decision to stop allowing customers of banks to withdraw cash from post offices for free.
October 8, 2019

Parliament discusses whether we will run out of toilet paper after Brexit

Ministers have been asked whether our stocks will be wiped out
October 8, 2019

Sadfishing: Is the social media trend harming teenagers’ mental health?

Celebrities, such as Kendall Jenner and Justin Bieber, have been accused of sadfishing their fans for attention