Category: scotlight

Rumour Mill: Neil Warnock for St Mirren job | Manchester City ‘not favourites’ at Celtic | FA to axe Allardyce?

Neil Warnock will be interviewed by the St Mirren board for the vacant manager’s position, Manchester City star Fernandinho insists his side are not favourites for...

Wetherspoon chair Tim Martin lashes out at Remainers

Tim Martin, the Brexit-backing and plain-talking chairman of JD Wetherspoon, has poured scorn on the “gloomy economic forecasts” of prominent Remain...

Scots farmers rush to shoot beavers ahead of new protection law

Farmers are rushing to shoot as many beavers as possible before a new protection order comes into place, it is claimed. The Scottish Government has been considering...

Collagen Solutions grants boss 2.7m share options

Glasgow-based life sciences firm Collagen Solutions has handed options over 2.7 million shares to new chief executive Jamal Rushdy. Rushdy, who succeeded previous...

Older people face shortage of suitable housing, experts warn

OLDER people are facing a shortage of suitable housing for their retirement, putting pressure on the wider property market, according to experts. A new report has warned...

Police shut road in Glasgow to deal with a disturbance

Police flooded one of the main road's in Glasgow's East End to deal with a man who allegedly kicked off. London Road, between Bain Street and Green Street,...

Holidaymakers warned Med resorts selling out as tourists shun terror blackspots

HOLIDAYMAKERS planning to head to the Mediterranean this summer have been warned to book up now as terror fears drive tourists away from other previously popular...

Libya claims ally of Gaddafi bought hotels in Highlands

SCOTTISH prosecutors have been asked to help investigate claims Highland hotels were bought with money embezzled from Libya by an ally of Muammar Gaddafi. The Crown...

Labour’s deputy leader says party must back ‘home rule’ for Scotland after election disaster

LABOUR'S humiliating defeat at the Holyrood election was made inevitable by a refusal to overhaul its constitutional position and advocate "home rule for...

Nicola Sturgeon accuses rivals of undermining democracy over independence plans

NICOLA Sturgeon has accused opponents of seeking to thwart the democratic wishes of Scots as she defended plans to step up the SNP's campaign for independence. The...