Home   News   National   Archive

NATIONAL NEWS

Rehydration sweets offer potential lifeline to dementia patients

Rehydration sweets offer potential lifeline to dementia patients

Rehydration sweets offer potential lifeline to dementia patients

07 October 2020

Lewis Hornby, 26, invented Jelly Drops after his late grandmother was admitted to hospital suffering from dehydration.


Sony reveals inside of PS5 in teardown video ahead of November release

Sony reveals inside of PS5 in teardown video ahead of November release

Sony reveals inside of PS5 in teardown video ahead of November release

07 October 2020

The next-generation console will go head to head with Microsoft’s new Xbox Series X next month.


Camilla laughs at GP’s ‘dirty washing’ confession during cancer centre visit

Camilla laughs at GP’s ‘dirty washing’ confession during cancer centre visit

Camilla laughs at GP’s ‘dirty washing’ confession during cancer centre visit

07 October 2020

The Duchess of Cornwall met Lucy O’Connell at Maggie’s, at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London, where the doctor’s husband is being treated.


Risk of melanoma may be gauged long before suspicious moles appear – study

Risk of melanoma may be gauged long before suspicious moles appear – study

Risk of melanoma may be gauged long before suspicious moles appear – study

07 October 2020

Research suggests genomic methods used to probe skin damage could be developed to estimate baseline risk of the skin cancer.


Salmond-Sturgeon messages exchange on legal challenge made public

Salmond-Sturgeon messages exchange on legal challenge made public

Salmond-Sturgeon messages exchange on legal challenge made public

07 October 2020

The First Minister has revealed what was said as part of her evidence to a Holyrood inquiry examining how complaints were handled.


Exhibition of Banksy works to go on show in gallery and online

Exhibition of Banksy works to go on show in gallery and online

Exhibition of Banksy works to go on show in gallery and online

07 October 2020

The exhibition will run from October 8 to 15 at the House of Fine Art Gallery.


First Minister’s evidence to Alex Salmond inquiry full of holes, claims Labour MSP

First Minister’s evidence to Alex Salmond inquiry full of holes, claims Labour MSP

First Minister’s evidence to Alex Salmond inquiry full of holes, claims Labour MSP

07 October 2020

Jackie Bailie said Nicola Sturgeon’s submission ‘raises many questions’.


Johnson faces continued calls to publish evidence behind 10pm curfew

Johnson faces continued calls to publish evidence behind 10pm curfew

Johnson faces continued calls to publish evidence behind 10pm curfew

07 October 2020

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer called the lack of explanation for the Government’s restrictions ‘ridiculous’.


HS2 extension to Leeds ‘will probably not now go ahead’, says Lord Adonis

HS2 extension to Leeds ‘will probably not now go ahead’, says Lord Adonis

HS2 extension to Leeds ‘will probably not now go ahead’, says Lord Adonis

07 October 2020

The Government has deferred decisions on the design of the eastern leg of Phase 2b of the high-speed railway.


Johnson faces calls for ‘circuit breaker’ national lockdown

Johnson faces calls for ‘circuit breaker’ national lockdown

Johnson faces calls for ‘circuit breaker’ national lockdown

07 October 2020

Boris Johnson was also challenged about the lack of impact local measures are having on the spread of Covid-19 cases.


800 jobs to go as Greene King shuts dozens of pubs as restrictions hit trade

800 jobs to go as Greene King shuts dozens of pubs as restrictions hit trade

800 jobs to go as Greene King shuts dozens of pubs as restrictions hit trade

07 October 2020

The company said it will keep 79 of its sites closed for the time being, with around one third like to be shut permanently.


Government’s voluntary sugar reduction plan heading for failure

Government’s voluntary sugar reduction plan heading for failure

Government’s voluntary sugar reduction plan heading for failure

07 October 2020

Puddings have got sweeter and sugar consumption per person is unchanged.


Christian school worker loses sacking claim in LGBT teaching row

Christian school worker loses sacking claim in LGBT teaching row

Christian school worker loses sacking claim in LGBT teaching row

07 October 2020

An employment tribunal rejected Kristie Higgs’s claim that she was sacked by Farmor’s School in Gloucestershire because she was a Christian.


A ‘failure of politics’ if UK pushed through Brexit Bill – Irish minister

A ‘failure of politics’ if UK pushed through Brexit Bill – Irish minister

A ‘failure of politics’ if UK pushed through Brexit Bill – Irish minister

07 October 2020

Simon Coveney believes the Internal Market Bill is a negotiating tactic that has backfired.


Scot who saved Jewish pupils from Nazis must never be forgotten – Princess Royal

Scot who saved Jewish pupils from Nazis must never be forgotten – Princess Royal

Scot who saved Jewish pupils from Nazis must never be forgotten – Princess Royal

07 October 2020

Jane Haining sheltered schoolgirls for more than four years before she was arrested, and she died at Auschwitz.


Mike Ashley silent as Frasers holds shareholder vote on £100m staff bonus

Mike Ashley silent as Frasers holds shareholder vote on £100m staff bonus

Mike Ashley silent as Frasers holds shareholder vote on £100m staff bonus

07 October 2020

A major shareholder advisory group also called for investors to vote against the tycoon’s re-election.


Sturgeon took three days to reveal legal action by Alex Salmond was likely

Sturgeon took three days to reveal legal action by Alex Salmond was likely

Sturgeon took three days to reveal legal action by Alex Salmond was likely

07 October 2020

The First Minister also said she had had a ‘lingering concern” that allegations against her predecessor could materialise at some stage.


Homeless lives will be lost without action to protect rough sleepers – coalition

Homeless lives will be lost without action to protect rough sleepers – coalition

Homeless lives will be lost without action to protect rough sleepers – coalition

07 October 2020

Homeless people face the ‘double threat’ of coronavirus and cold weather this winter, health and homeless organisations say.


William and Kate back at Buckingham Palace to welcome Ukraine’s president

William and Kate back at Buckingham Palace to welcome Ukraine’s president

William and Kate back at Buckingham Palace to welcome Ukraine’s president

07 October 2020

It is the first time the central London royal residence has been used for a royal engagement since lockdown.


Train named in honour of D-Day hero Harry Billinge

Train named in honour of D-Day hero Harry Billinge

Train named in honour of D-Day hero Harry Billinge

07 October 2020

The former Royal Engineer was just 18 when he stormed a beach in Normandy on June 6 1944.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More