The European Union has ruled that Luxembourg did not give McDonald’s a special tax deal and that the non-taxation of some of its profits did not amount to illegal state aid.
Petitioners against wild kelp dredging are “delighted” after a Holyrood committee voted to ban the practice.
Britain may have to rethink the decision to leave the European Union if the Government is unable to strike a Brexit deal with Brussels, a former head of the Civil Service has warned.
Pete Horne shies away from any comparisons with Owen Farrell even if he shares the same kind of role for Scotland against the English in tomorrow’s Calcutta Cup game at Murrayfield.
Theresa May called for Brexit talks to “accelerate and intensify” after she left a stormy European Union summit dominated by the migration crisis.
Brexiteer proposals to resolve the Irish border issue are “boring” and “nothing new” but offer a commons-sense solution to the problem, according to backers.
After weeks of briefings, disunity and threats, the Cabinet pack their bags and head to Chequers on Friday to thrash out a position on Brexit.
Motorists have been hit by an 11th successive week of fuel price rises.
A soldier fatally injured in a tank blast “would have survived” had he not been forcibly ejected from the vehicle, an inquest has heard.
Brodie Williams is from Cupar and reached the semi-finals of MasterChef 2017