Sick and disabled people are facing a “quadruple whammy” from the UK Government’s welfare reforms, an advice charity has said.
Households and businesses across the country will be connected to high-speed broadband in a multi-million-pound plan described as one of the most ambitious in Europe.
Ed Miliband has launched a high-stakes bid to reform the Labour Party’s relations with the trade unions, setting out changes he said would end the “machine politics” which have prompted allegations of ballot-rigging in Falkirk.
A man whose mother’s body was discovered in a shallow grave in a nature reserve has appeared in court charged with her murder.
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Sir, There was once a famous saying in the armed forces called KAPE (Keeping the Army in the Public Eye). Commanders were always aware of this, especially when a regiment was on a three-year tour overseas and there was a need to keep their regimental area in the knowledge that the regiment was still about.
Andy Murray is the best tennis player in the world, according to his coach Ivan Lendl.
A garden design by a pair of Dundee art students has been selected to highlight a historic city tree.
Construction and infrastructure giant Kier said it would focus on “operational efficiencies” as it seeks to integrate service firm May Gurney following the completion of a £221 million acquisition.
The scourge of walkers, climbers and tourists alike, clouds of biting midges are one of Scotland’s less attractive attractions.