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£1,500 fine for Dundee publican who showed Sky Sports using home package

29 August 2014 4.18pm.

A Dundee publican who illegally screened three Sky Sports football matches has been fined £1,500.

Salmond: Jobs gap in No campaign

Campaigners for the Union have so far failed to guarantee Holyrood would get crucial new powers to create jobs, the First Minister has said.

Darling heckled on mosque visit

A former member of Tony Blair's government was accused of having "blood on his hands" over the conflict in Iraq as he made a campaign visit to a ...

Settler Watch founder was among hecklers at Jim Murphy’s Montrose rally

The founder of a group accused of a campaign of harassment against English incomers is among a Tayside band of hardline Yes supporters.

Stocks ends up following strong run

The Standard & Poor's 500 index has delivered its fourth record high in five days, ending with the biggest monthly gain since February.

Fall in banks' customer complaints

Banks have seen large falls in customer complaints in the first half of this year in further signs that the payment protection insurance scandal has ...


Abused paralysed by 'shame culture'

A prominent Asian businesswoman has said a "shame culture" within families and communities means many sexual abuse victims often suffer in silence.

BB boot for Will And Grace's Jordan

Leslie Jordan has become the second housemate to be evicted from Celebrity Big Brother.

Overdraft fees 'too high or unfair'

About 2.5 million people have used an unauthorised overdraft in the last year and more than two thirds say the fees and charges are too high or ...

PM 'nervous' as referendum looms

David Cameron has admitted he is "nervous" about the referendum on Scottish independence as campaigning enters its final few weeks.

Lost Charlie chapter is revealed

A chapter of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory which was cut from the final version has been published for the first time.

PM to urge tougher Russia sanctions

David Cameron is to push for tougher EU sanctions against Russia after Moscow was accused of deploying more than 1,000 troops and an arsenal of ...

Dozens of court cafes could close

Dozens of cafes at crown courts in England and Wales could be set to close.