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The First Minister said her government was researching how to tighten up rules for hospitality businesses after Aberdeen was put back into lockdown. [Read More]
The 37-year-old former Champions League linesman and referee, won after running unopposed for the post vacated by Jackson Carlaw last Thursday. [Read More]
Little more than a third (34 per cent) of UK staff are back at their desk, compared with 83 per cent of French office staff... [Read More]
Moray MP Mr Ross resigned as a Scottish Office minister in May after Mr Cummings drove his family from London to County Durham during the... [Read More]
The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions on Gatherings) (North of England) Regulations 2020 sees shutdown re-imposed in Greater Mancheste and parts of Lancashire and Yorkshire. [Read More]
They cited a 2017 interview in which the former Scotland Office minister clumsily said 'tougher enforcement against gypsy Travellers' would be his top priority if... [Read More]
Several current and former members of Congress said they were approached by the Spanish embassy in Washington after backing the British Overseas Territory's sovereignty. [Read More]
Nadhim Zahawi said the new 90-minute tests - to be introduced next week - would  available to be rolled-out into settings like classrooms in September... [Read More]
Furloughed staff returned to work and customers started spending, according to a closely watched survey released today. [Read More]
Under one option, people aged between 50 and 70 would get personalised risk ratings as part of a significant widening of the shielding programme. [Read More]
Some 25 per cent said they were considering changes and more than a third said they were now less likely to book a foreign holiday... [Read More]
The overall provisional headcount of officers in England and Wales is now 133,131, according to Home Office figures that include 4,336 officers hired as part... [Read More]
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