Rupert Everett has admitted that living with his Brexiteer mother has created “a certain amount of friction” at home.
Angus is maintaining its downward trend as it battles to shake off the area’s reputation as the prescribing sick man of Scotland.
Celtic youngster Jeremie Frimpong admits he is itching to get his first taste of European action when the Hoops resume their Europa League campaign next month.
Investors in Tullow Oil were less than impressed at the struggling oil company’s latest update that it had discovered light oil at its Carapa-1 well in Guyana.
Sir, – So Pete Wishart MP believes “gentle persuasion” is the key to winning IndyRef2 (Independence activists urged to play long game, Courier, December 28).
Stevenage boss Graham Westley poured praise on his battling side after they survived an early Tom Soares red card to hold promotion-chasing Colchester to a goalless draw at the Lamex Stadium.
Thousands of people lined the Thames as London kicked off the new decade to the roar of football anthems such as Three Lions with the festivities providing a prelude to the Euro 2020 football tournament.
Disgraced money manager Neil Woodford and his business partner pocketed £13.8 million in dividends in the financial year before the crisis that led to the demise of his fund empire.
Labour was not trusted on Brexit, tackling anti-Semitism or its policy platform, Rebecca Long-Bailey admitted as she set out her pitch to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as party leader.
Coastguard chiefs in Tayside have launched an appeal for new volunteers ahead of a new station opening in Dundee.