An estimated £1billion-worth of fish could be wastefully thrown back dead into the sea by the combined European fleet in the next decade unless major changes are agreed, the Scottish Fisheries Secretary has warned.
SERIOUS questions need to be asked of the lawyers who acted for ex-servicemen who lost a bid for compensation for illnesses allegedly caused by exposure to radiation during nuclear weapons tests, it has been claimed.
ED Miliband will today put defeating the scourge of youth unemployment at the heart of his bid for government as he pledges a "Real Jobs Guarantee" of six months' paid work for those under 25s unemployed for more than a year.
HOPES of lower petrol prices rose last night after it emerged David Cameron and Barack Obama had privately discussed the possibility of releasing emergency oil reserves to dampen down pump prices this summer.
CHANCELLOR George Osborne must put jobs creation at the centre of next week's Budget, the Scottish Government, trade union and business leaders have said after unemployment increased to a near 17-year high.
THE SNP last night lambasted Britain's "much diminished" military surveillance capability following the Coalition Government's defence cuts, saying the resultant massive search and rescue gaps could put lives at risk.