Police Scotland needs fewer uniformed officers and more graduates working in “darkened rooms” to tackle the growing threat of cyber-crime, it has been claimed.12 comments
Oil and gas industry efficiencies are driving a 45 per cent fall in the cost of extracting a barrel of oil or gas from the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS), a new report out today shows.2 comments
The Co-operative Group today revealed that its profits have halved as the latest financial performance was weighed down by restructuring costs, price promotions and an 8.5 per cent pay rise for frontline workers.5 comments
David Mundell will today warn that an independent Scotland in the EU would see the establishment of an Anglo/Scottish border and the adoption of the euro north of the Border.171 comments
My one recent experience of calling the police was illustrative of the problems the force now faces.
High-risk travellers including those with links to the group calling itself Islamic State are avoiding detection by the UK’s Border Force, a think tank has claimed.3 comments
The slump in sterling after the Brexit vote failed to stimulate demand for British exports in July as factories saw their worst slide in activity in a year amid the new economic uncertainty, new official data reveals today.
Policing in Scotland needs to change to meet the growing threat of cyber-crime and criminals who have “evolved” faster than law enforcement, it has been warned.3 comments
Sports Direct has said it will offer casual retail staff guaranteed hours instead of zero-hours contracts and ensure all warehouse staff are paid above the National Minimum Wage following a review into working practices at the retailer.2 comments
Negotiations must start now to give UK the best possible deal and opponents have to accept the result of the referendum40 comments