September 27, 2021

Latest UK news evening headlines: Boy killed at SnowDome named, rush on jerry cans and Labour turmoil

12-year-old Louis Watkiss died on the indoor ski and snowboarding centre
September 27, 2021

Legal fight over Clydesdale loans expands as new claimants emerge

A long-running legal claim against one of Britain’s biggest banks over allegations that its business customers unnecessarily paid hundreds of millions of pounds in fees and interest will be expanded this week with the addition of hundreds of new ...
September 27, 2021

What is the government doing to recruit more lorry drivers?

More temporary visas will be made available to foreign lorry drivers and poultry workers in a bid to ease shortages
September 27, 2021

Will the Premier League play games abroad?

Since 1992, the Premier League has always had one eye on potentially holding games abroad, could this be the year it happens?
September 27, 2021

Newcastle sex attacker laughed at screaming victim as he tried to rape her

Liam Cronin pleaded guilty to attempted rape on the day he was due to stand trial.
September 27, 2021

Couple come out of retirement to turn canal boat into quirky sweet shop

Pat and Jill Creaven decided to take a 'trip down memory lane' and open a sweet shop with a twist
September 27, 2021

Dog rehoming charities debunk adoption myths that deter prospective owners

Dog’s Trust and RSPCA say matches are made on a case-by-case basis
September 27, 2021

Fuel prices across UK hit eight-year high amid shortages at filling stations

The average price of a litre of petrol across the UK increased from 135.87p on Friday to 136.59p on Sunday
September 27, 2021

Truck driver shortage won’t be solved by quick fix visas – here are three ways forward

Three ways the government could address the lorry driver shortage with longer-term solutions.
September 27, 2021

How doctors told man with no hands or feet to ‘get on with it’

'Back then things were really different to how they are now'
September 27, 2021

Prosecco or prošek? The EU battle between Italy and Croatia over wine branding

Croatia is seeking EU protection for its ancient dessert wine prošek. Prosecco makers are having none of it, however.
September 27, 2021

Why could Morrisons be run from the Cayman Islands? MPs express concern

The leading bidder for supermarket chain Morrisons has admitted that it could use a shell company in the Cayman Islands to operate the business