September 17, 2021

Sturgeon nightmare as she misses out on Freeports after SNP MPs shoot themselves in foot

SCOTLAND is to miss out on a second freeport after SNP ministers walked out on talks with UK officials about a joint agreement to establish new trade hubs.
September 17, 2021

Horoscopes & love: Virgo’s ‘sexy vibe’ is ‘hard to resist’ and sign has ‘power to grow’

VIRGO is the star sign that covers those born between August 23 and September 22. With the season almost over, what are Virgos like in love and what do they need - and desire - from it?
September 17, 2021

‘Looks so clean!’ – Mrs Hinch fans share ‘fab’ tips to spruce up walls at home

CLEANING enthusiasts have shared some "fab" techniques for sprucing up the walls at home.
September 17, 2021

Daily horoscope for September 18: Your star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast

TODAY'S horoscope is a mixed bag, with some positive vibes and some challenges to face. Here's the daily horoscope for September 18.
September 17, 2021

Delighted travel firms see surge in bookings as traffic light system scrapped

Travel companies have seen a sharp surge in bookings as the government announced the current traffic light system of red, amber and green countries will be scrapped for England from 4 October.
September 17, 2021

Meat industry warns production could be hit by CO2 shortage

Britain's meat industry is warning of a shortage of carbon dioxide gas without which the food manufacturing process could grind to a halt.
September 17, 2021

What’s behind the energy crunch – and why it’s hurting UK industry

Economic predictions are often fraught with risk, but here's one that feels quite safe: the fertiliser company which has just shut down production at two of its UK plants will not be the last business to do so.
September 17, 2021

Drilling for oil and gas in North Sea a ‘challenge’ for UK climate policy, says top British official

The UK's lead climate negotiator for the COP26 UN climate summit has told Sky News that drilling for new oil and gas in the North Sea is one of the "challenges" to making sure UK domestic policy is fully aligned with tackling climate change.
September 17, 2021

TSB turns to insurance veteran Prettejohn as next chairman

TSB, the high street bank, has raided the boardroom of its former parent company to find its next chairman.
September 17, 2021

Travel traffic light system scrapped – and changes to COVID tests for fully jabbed holidaymakers announced

A major relaxing of travel rules for people coming in and out of England have been announced by the transport secretary.
September 17, 2021

Stanlow Refinery owner faces new financial crunch as HMRC deadline looms

The owner of the Stanlow oil refinery is facing a fresh financial crunch ahead of a looming deadline to repay hundreds of millions of pounds in deferred taxes.
September 17, 2021

Investing in sport is still good business for big companies (and vital for fans too)

Sponsorship is key to holding some of the most popular events in the world.