The number of criminals being caught with knives or dangerous weapons is at the highest level since the start of the decade, new figures show.
Sanctions should be considered for health chiefs displaying the “total incompetence” witnessed in a Tayside executive’s bungled pay-out, says a former minister.
Mike Ashley has claimed Debenhams is on the brink of collapse as he urged the struggling retailer to accept his offer of a £40 million loan to avoid a Christmas disaster.
Theresa May has embarked on a fresh round of Brexit diplomacy after emerging from a confidence vote of Tory MPs bloodied and bruised but victorious.
Tobacco has been seized from two shops in Perth following a series of raids.
A Fife man who carried out vicious attacks on his elderly aunt and mother because they would not give him money for alcohol has been jailed.
More than 250 people were forced to wait 12 hours or more to be admitted, transferred or discharged at accident and emergency departments last month, the latest figures show.
Real Madrid have endured a turbulent time on and off the field since beating Liverpool in last season’s Champions League final.
Tenant farming campaigners have expressed dismay that so few tenants have taken advantage of the one-off amnesty period for improvements.
Sam Allardyce has followed Gary Lineker and Chris Waddle by wading into the Brexit debate, calling the Conservatives an “absolute disgrace” for failing to get behind Theresa May’s deal.