Have I Got News For You: Dundee bus driver shamed on TV unfairly dismissed

28 July 2014 1.21pm.

A Dundee bus driver whose rude gesture at a bus spotter was seen on BBC’s Have I Got News For You was unfairly dismissed.

Man arrested after car crash near Royal Tay Yacht Club

28 July 2014 12.53pm.

A 32-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after his Audi sports car hit a parked car on the Broughty Ferry Road.

Yes vote 'will improve childcare'

A higher proportion of people believe childcare and gender equality will improve in an independent Scotland than those who think it will be better in ...

SNP: Scottish wealth higher than UK

Scottish wealth per head is over £2,300 higher than the UK as a whole and outstrips major economies such as France, Japan and Italy, according to the ...

SNP: Yes vote 'will improve wages'

Around 150,000 people could see their pay increase in the event of a Yes vote in the referendum, according to the SNP.

Labour vows 'new deal' for railways

Public companies will be allowed to bid for Scottish rail franchises if Scotland votes No to independence and Labour wins the UK general election, ...

17% 'would consider Yes vote exit'

About one in six people would consider moving away from Scotland in the event of a Yes vote in the referendum, according to a new poll.

Consumer worries drag stocks lower

Investors got some bad news about the American shopper yesterday, driving down US stocks and sending the Dow Jones industrial average to a loss for ...

West End braced for 'Ramadan Rush'

London retailers are bracing themselves for another "Ramadan Rush" of wealthy Middle Eastern customers this week as the 29-day Muslim fasting period ...

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Lloyds to pay out £218m over Libor

Lloyds Banking Group is to pay fines totalling £218 million to UK and US authorities after it became the latest lender to be punished over the ...

CCTV bid to catch hit-run thieves

Footage has been released of a policeman being thrown to the ground as he tries to stop thieves making their getaway in a van.

'Zombie' storms wreak travel chaos

Hail and thunderstorms described as a "zombie apocalypse" have brought flash flooding and travel disruption to parts of Britain.

Supermarket giants cut fuel prices

Families setting off on summer holiday breaks have been given some welcome news in the form of supermarket petrol price cuts.

Job vacancies and salaries 'rise'

Job vacancies are increasing and advertised salaries growing amid fresh evidence of a recovering labour market, according to a new report.

BBC 'failed' over Clarkson remark

The BBC's Top Gear has been ruled to have breached Ofcom's broadcasting rules over a "racial" term used by Jeremy Clarkson.

Seven arrested over mass brawl

At least seven people were arrested by police investigating reports of a large-scale brawl involving up to 50 youths.