SNP’s Westminster leader has questioned how many unsigned letters Boris Johnson has sent since taking over at Downing Street after he added other documents to the Brexit extension request to the EU.
Wales coach Warren Gatland admitted he felt relieved after his side advanced into the World Cup semi-finals with a come-from-behind 20-19 victory over France in Oita.
One of the UK’s most respected regeneration tsars has been announced as the keynote speaker at a conference on Aberdeen's economy.
Gary Holt reckons Livingston opened themselves up to some criticism after they dropped out of the Ladbrokes Premiership’s top six following a 2-1 defeat to Kilmarnock.The West Lothian side’s fourth defeat in five league matches was sealed by goals either side of half-time from Gary Dicker and Rory McKenzie.Livi substitute Lee Miller pulled one back late on but it proved to be another disappointing afternoon for Holt’s side, who were playing for the first time since they took the scalp of Celtic.“At any level of football you can’t give teams a start and then think you’re going to get a result,” Holt said. “We spoke after the Celtic game, saying that people are going to question you, and they’ve certainly opened themselves up to getting a bit of flak now.“There’s things you can label and have a look at. Were they too cocky? Did they think they could just turn up and play? I certainly didn’t and neither did my staff. We prepared them right and showed them how to do it.“I wouldn’t question their attitude. I just think we were a half-yard off it from the start and you can’t be like that. We can’t play at six and sevens out of 10. We need to be at eights and nines every week to get something out of the game.“I feel for my keeper because he’s not had a save to make in the game and he’s lost two goals.”Kilmarnock’s win – their fourth in six league matches – sees them back in the top six at Livingston’s expense.
Labour will push for a new EU referendum when the Government brings its Brexit plans to the Commons in the coming days.
Since uprooting from America around six years ago to the tranquil setting of Ellon, Jessica Labrooy has relished the time spent in her desirable home.
Lebanon is braced for what many expect to be the largest protests in the fourth day of anti-government demonstrations.
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following a crash in the early hours of this morning.
Daniel Farke believes makeshift defender Ibrahim Amadou delivered the perfect response to justifiable recent criticism by helping secure Norwich’s first clean sheet of the season.
Two 17-year-old boys have died after a stabbing.