Theresa May has arrived in Brussels for talks aimed at allocating the European Union’s top jobs, amid indications that the process has run into difficulties.
The process of allocating the European Union’s top jobs has run into difficulties, Donald Tush has indicated.
The 100 million euros bailout to Irish farmers, designed to support them through Brexit uncertainty, has been described as “adding insult to injury” when Scottish beef prices are at a three-year low.
A Rosyth fish factory has been probed as part of a European Commission investigation into alleged illegal cartels.
An industry leader will launch a Europe-wide manifesto calling for gender equality in music, both on stage and behind the scenes.
The fiasco surrounding Dundee's ultimately failed bid to become European Capital of Culture has cost the city and wider region a potential £140 million.
London Stock Exchange Group has appointed Goldman Sachs veteran David Schwimmer as its new chief executive.
Dundee and the other four cities hoping to become European Capital of Culture in 2023 have admitted defeat in their bid to be re-instated into the competition.
UK sheep meat processing costs could be reduced if an EU proposal to ease controls on the removal of Specified Risk Material (SRM) from the carcases of animals slaughtered for human consumption is approved next month.
European Commission ‘so unprofessional’ over Dundee’s European Capital of Culture bid, says German metal star
Ahead of his first ever concert in Dundee, Uli Jon Roth, the former lead guitarist with Euro rock giants The Scorpions, tells Michael Alexander why, despite the winds of change blowing through politics, he believes Scotland - and the UK - will survive Brexit.