Theresa May has arrived in Brussels for crunch Brexit talks after insisting that the UK must not be “trapped” in a backstop deal.
EDF Energy is to close a coal-fired power station because of “challenging market conditions” and the drive to decarbonise electricity generation.
The largest shareholder of property developer Shaftesbury has escalated a dispute with the company’s board, pledging to vote against its directors at this week’s AGM.
The number of fatal stabbings in England and Wales has hit the highest level since records started more than 70 years ago, an official report has revealed.
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre admits he was as pleased with his team’s second-half resilience as much as the footballing excellence they had shown in the first 45 against Kilmarnock last night.
Britons travelling in Europe could face a return to mobile roaming charges in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to Government documents.
Plans to reopen a ferry port in the event of a no-deal Brexit could be disrupted if councillors approve a string of budget cuts.
A woman who picked up a mountain lion believing it to be a dog escaped her encounter with nothing worse than a few scratches.
Madam, – I agree with Councillor Watt’s contention that action on attempting to inject new life into Kirkcaldy High Street should be Fife Council’s priority.
The biting and cynical period comedy The Favourite has been nominated for 12 prizes at the Bafta film awards.