Stuart Murdoch attended a protest outside the Scottish Parliament calling for specialist treatment for the illness.
The chief executive of the Lowry gallery said the painting is ‘more of a piece of social history than it is a painting of a football match’.
Scientists are growing increasingly confident that climate change is making extreme weather events more frequent and severe.
Ian Hay Davison, who has died aged 91, was a formidable investigative accountant who, at the Bank of England’s behest, took on the challenge of trying to reform the Lloyd’s insurance market at the nadir of its reputation.
Shadow Education Secretary Bridget Phillipson pledges that all primary school children in England will have access to a breakfast club which will be funded by the restoration of the 45p tax rate.
The cost-effective ladder design could save you more than 40p an hour compared with a tumble dryer
Good schools, short journey times and rapid regeneration projects are drawing eyes east
Trump asks for donations from Mar-a-Lago as Hurricane Ian creates havoc
YouGov puts Keir Starmer’s party on 54 per cent as Tories slump to 21 per cent
The Kremlin is expected to move swiftly to annex four territories occupied by his forces in the east of the country after conducting a series of ‘sham’ referendums
There is a ticking time bomb going on in mortgages if UK interest rates follow what the market is predicting and go up to 6%, Mr Lewis said.
Other nominees include Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre, as well as actors Giles Terera and Henry Goodman.
A North East shopping centre was evacuated today (Wednesday, September 28) after a suspicious item was found in the car park.
On Thursday, the Czech Republic temporarily reinstated controls on its border with Slovakia in response to an increase in "illegal migration."
Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson told a press conference on Tuesday, September 27, that it was “probable” that the leaks found in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines were caused by an act of “sabotage”.Andersson was speaking in Stockholm alongside the Foreign Minister Ann Linde and Defense Minister Peter Hultqvist.The PM said: “We have Swedish information but also received information from our contact with Denmark and from that we can conclude that it is probable that this was a deliberate act. It is likely a question of sabotage.”Andersson continued: “It is also important to point out that these detonations did not take place on Swedish or Danish waters, but rather in our countries’ economic zones and North Stream 1 and 2 are not owned by Sweden or Denmark, so this is not a question of an attack on Swedish or Danish territory.”“We do not exclude any scenarios and we will not speculate on motive or actors, Linde said. “What we can conclude is that this is an act of probable sabotage. The security and political situation in our area and globally is uncertain and unpredictable right now, which I discussed on Saturday with the UN Secretary General in New York. It is important right now that the EU and NATO continue to stand united. That is our most important weapon.” Credit: Regeringskansliet via Storyful
The Government’s plan only caps the cost per unit that households pay, with actual bills still determined by how much energy is consumed
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro enlisted the help of soccer star Neymar on a campaign stop Wednesday, just four days before the country’s general elections
India is yet to declare its position on the referendum, denounced by many countries as a ‘sham’ and ‘illegal’ voting at ‘gun point’
Rishi Sunak leapfrogged five other Tory MPs overnight as the favourite to replace her.
Irish Government unveils 11 billion euro 'cost of living budget'