The European Union has approved the German government’s decision to grant airline Condor, a subsidiary of collapsed tour operator Thomas Cook, a 380 million-euro (£334 million) bridging loan to keep it in the air.
The chief executive officer of Thomas Cook Airlines has apologised following the release of a “celebratory video” days after the company’s collapse.
Hotels are “suspicious and angry” about the millions of pounds they are owed by Thomas Cook including one that is due £2.5 million, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said.
Unions leaders are stepping up calls for the Government to intervene in the Thomas Cook crisis after news that the German airline subsidiary of the travel giant is being given finance to help secure a rescue deal.
The gloves have come off in a fight to keep £3m Tay Cities Deal cash in Angus following a Minstry of Defence U-turn.
The future of an Angus military base is "not in question" despite SNP government claims to the contrary, according to the local MP.
More uncertainty has been piled onto Arbroath’s 45 Commando base after the UK Defence Secretary once again refused to rule out slashing the number of Royal Marines.
The future of Condor as a Royal Marine base is “absolutely secure”, the defence secretary has pledged.
Beneath a cloudless sky in the first snap of winter’s frost, an Angus farm field was the weekend setting for a poignant personal tribute to two young airmen of the Second World War.
Arbroath’s proud military traditions could being smashed by a “stealth attack” from the UK Government, the SNP has claimed.