Charlotte Blackler’s Glenalmond firm Herb Majesty supplies free range meat to Restaurant Andrew Fairlie
Labour’s plans to transition from oil and gas will be the “polar opposite” of the Conservative move away from coal in the 1980s, Richard Leonard said.
Nicola Sturgeon has challenged Westminster to “stop obsessing” about nuclear power and “get its act together” on green energy.
The Scottish Government is set on continuing with a standard deposit return scheme price and the inclusion of glass, despite concerns raised from drinks-industry leaders.
Thirty-five flood warnings are still in place across England as Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged people in affected areas to heed the warnings of emergency services.
Boris Johnson has urged people in flood-hit areas to heed the advice of the emergency services as he warned there could be more flooding across the country this winter.
Opposition leaders have branded the Government’s response to the severe flooding hitting parts of the country as “woeful” and accused it of not taking it seriously enough.
A thick haze of polluted air hung over India’s capital Tuesday, with authorities trying to tackle the problem by sprinkling water to settle dust and banning some building work.
Morrisons has announced it is removing black plastic from all of its own-brand food and drink packaging to make it more easily recyclable.
Climate crisis brings ‘challenge and opportunity’, says new chief executive of Fife Coast and Countryside Trust
Michael Alexander speaks to the new chief executive of Fife Coast and Countryside Trust Jeremy Harris about the challenges ahead and his vision for the future.