Shares in Barclays raced ahead as boss Jes Staley said he is confident the bank is on the right track regardless of the Brexit vote.
A weak pound triggered by the Brexit vote, terror attacks and air traffic control strikes took their toll on British Airways owner IAG in the first six months of the year, with the group poised to cut capacity and review investments as a result.
The board of drinks giant SABMiller has backed an improved takeover offer from Budweiser brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev.
PLANS for a dramatic increase in court fees could deny people access to the justice system, lawyers have warned.
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Like Larry the Downing Street cat and Palmerston of the Foreign Office, the black cat is a former stray adopted from Battersea Cats and Dogs Home.
Ofgem said an investigation has been launched after worries about SSE's approach to switching its customers to pre-payment meter tariffs, particularly those in potentially vulnerable situations.
Mohammed Arshid, 60, and his wife Maqsoodan, 57, have been banned from acting as company directors following an investigation into their business affairs by the Insolvency Service.
The overall number of cases of type 2 diabetes, the form caused by lifestyle factors such as obesity, has stabilised in recent years while mortality has fallen.
The RAC said the price retailers pay for fuel has been falling for almost a month, but pump prices have remained largely static over the same period.
Vivean was best known for her role in the Australian soap, but also played gossipy neighbour Ida Jessup in The Sullivans.
Brian McKandie was found dead in March this year in his rural cottage in Badenscoth, near Rothienorman in Aberdeenshire, where he had lived most of his life.
And fans were particularly delighted to see presenter Fiona Bruce at the event at the world heritage site in South Lanarkshire.
Mags Stewart, 28, said it felt like she was “driving on ice” before plunging down the steep embankment.
The pioneering treatment, which has been tested on laboratory-grown “model” skin, prevents infection without directly killing bacteria and promoting antibiotic resistance.
Police say they traced Dorisa Andra Szanto (27) at around 10.30pm on Thursday, July 28.
Anne Ferguson, 76, hatched Rio the parrot and his partner Lola around eight years ago.
The indie four-piece - Kris Leonard, River Reeves, Tomas Lowe and Jack Dakin - died with their manager Craig Tarry in February when their car plunged more than 80ft into a canal in Sodertalje, 18 miles from the capital Stockholm.
Thomas Sellar, 38, stabbed Jamie Walsh during a confrontation in Greenock, Inverclyde, in September last year.
The Treasury said a total of 232,000 people have benefited from flexible access to their pension pots following the government’s reforms.
Rory Crawford had met the 21-year-old woman and her friend, whose flat she was staying in, at a club before he had returned home with them.
South Yorkshire Police said there is a large police presence in the Neepsend Lane area of Sheffield after reports about the man were received at about 5.15am on Friday.
The Bristol Bullet is a handmade two-seater built to celebrate the founding of the company 70 years ago.
The festival is packed full of activities to keep youngsters busy and enthralled including carrying out space-themed experiments led by the Science Museum as well as following astronaut Tim Peake’s exercise programme or building rockets.
THERE is not much to it, but already you can make out, if you know your Glasgow architecture, what is emerging from the scaffolding. Yes, this is the Kelvin Hall under construction in 1926. Already its distinctive walls are emerging, and to confirm…
St Columba’s Church of Scotland in Ayr, Edinburgh and Penicuik North Kirk in Midlothian have established programmes to provide lunches for hundreds of children during the summer break.
James Turnbull’s £1.4 million estate borders a row of gardens in the village of Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire.
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The veteran actor and entertainer had sued Andrea Constand for breach of contract for speaking to police who reopened the criminal investigation last year.
But the snapshot poll will, for many, underline the party’s dilemma as it also shows Jeremy Corbyn enjoys by far the largest amount of support among Labour voters.
Spennymoor, from the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League, were visiting Newton Aycliffe from the Northern League on Tuesday evening, and refused to play the second half of the match.
Holidaymakers visiting the Island of Islay have faced delays and disruption after operator CalMac was forced to withdraw one of its ferries when it hit a pier.
Mrs Clinton took the stage to roaring applause from flag-waving delegates on the final night of the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, relishing her nomination as the first woman to lead a major US political party.
The Apollo missions in the late 1960s and early 1970s exposed crews to levels of radiation which heightened their risk of fatal heart disease, a study suggests.
David Smith had his ambition of cycling in Rio shattered when a tumour which had previously left him temporarily paralysed grew back.
The number of blooms, when jelly fish mass together, are on the rise in coastal waters, according to the Marine Conservation Society.
Google's parent company Alphabet has reported a big jump in revenue in its latest financial results, with the company's finance chief hailing the figures as "terrific".
BOAG — GEORGE. Mrs Ness Boag and the family of the late George Boag wish to thank most sincerely all relatives, friends, neighbours and others for their kind expressions of sympathy and the many cards, flowers and phone calls received following…
NEWMAN — ELIZABETH. Peacefully, on Saturday, 23rd July, 2016, after a short illness, aged 74. Beloved wife of David, dearly loved mum of Michael, Hazel and Wendy. Also beloved grandmother and mother-in-law to the family. The service will be held at…
WALKER — ISABELLA (nee ROWATT). Peacefully, at The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, on Friday, 22nd July, 2016. Isabel, beloved wife of the late John and a much loved step-grandmother. Funeral service will be held at Craigton Crematorium (enter…
ARMOUR — ALEXANDER. Passed away, on Sunday, 24th July, 2016, at Hairmyres Hospital, Alex, much loved husband of Betty, devoted dad to Stevie and Julie and adored papi to Katy. Funeral service to be held at South Lanarkshire Crematorium, Blantyre,…
CRAWFORD — ROBINA (nee PATTISON). Peacefully, on Monday, 25th July 2016 at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley. (Formerly of The Shields, Lochwinnoch), much loved wife of the late Tom, dear mother of Edith, Norma and Campbell, loving grandmother…
COLQUHOUN — ALEXINA HARVEY. Peacefully, at Cochrane Care Home, Johnstone, on Sunday, 24th July, 2016. Ina, beloved wife of the late William, loving mother to Anne, Iain, George and a much loved gran and Gran-Gran. Sadly missed by all. Funeral…
BAILLIE — ELIZABETH. Sadly but peacefully, at Abbotsford Nursing Home, Ardrossan, on 23rd July, 2016, Elizabeth Hamilton Taylor, aged 83 years, beloved wife of the late Thomas Baillie, dear sister, stepmother, step-grandmother, sister-in-law,…
TAYLOR — ROBERT (TOBY). Peacefully, on 27th July, 2016, at Dumfries Royal Infirmary, Toby, aged 90 years, and formerly of Dryfesdalegate. Dearly beloved husband of Betty, much loved father of Liz, Carole, Alison, David and Lorna, grandfather to…
VAUGHAN — DORIS CHRISTINE. Peacefully at Brandermill Woods, Virginia U.S.A. on 22nd July 2016. Doris Vaughan (nee Johnston) in her 93rd year (formerly of Kilmacolm). Beloved wife of the late Dr Robert C. Vaughan. Much loved sister of the late…
SCOTT William Scott, Professor Emeritus William ‘Bill’, of Eaglesham, suddenly at Lyndsayfield Lodge after a brief illness on 20th July 2016. Beloved father of Manda and Robin, grand dad of Alasdair, and loving husband of late wives Carol and…
MAGUIRE — Remembering with love my husband PHILIP, who died on 30th July, 1991. — Frances and family.
COOK — DAVID. Peacefully, after a short illness, at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, on Tuesday, 26th July, 2016, David, much loved husband of Margaret, father of Walter and Martin and grandfather of Isobel and Robert. Memorial service at Cadder Parish…