Eurostar is operating a train with no single-use plastics to mark the 25th anniversary of its inaugural service.
A Vietnamese woman is feared to be among 39 migrants found dead in a lorry in Essex.
Two more people have been arrested after 39 migrants were found dead in a lorry in Essex.
The 39 people found dead in a lorry in Essex could have been trafficked by a Chinese “Snakehead” gang, it has been claimed.
Police have begun the task of moving the 39 bodies found in a refrigerated trailer attached to a lorry in Essex as a 25-year-old man remains in custody on suspicion of murder.
A group of suspected migrants has been detained in Zeebrugge a day after 39 people were found dead inside a container shipped from the Belgian port.
Attacker Ryan Christie insists Scotland will learn tough lessons from their hammering by Belgium.
Clarke – ‘Very difficult’ to find positives after Scotland’s 4-0 loss to Belgium as he aims for third place in Euro 2020 qualifying group
Steve Clarke says a third-place finish has to be the aim after Scotland’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign produced another miserable night.
Scotland’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign produced another horror night, with Steve Clarke’s team losing 4-0 to Belgium at Hampden.
Challenging themselves against the best team in the world could be the perfect pick-me-up for Scotland, according to Ryan Christie.
Tonight’s game with Belgium is must-win if Scotland are to qualify for Euro 2020 from this group.
Former Don Kenny McLean insists Scotland have the quality to hurt Belgium and restore some hope in their bid to qualify for Euro 2020 from Group I.
Clarke has ‘to believe there is a solution’ to Scotland’s woes after Russia Euro 2020 qualifying loss
Boss Steve Clarke accepts Scotland will have to take at least a point from the world’s top team to keep alive their slim Euro 2020 hopes.
Skipper Robertson says positive results in Scotland double header will take ‘100%’ from every player
Scotland captain Andy Robertson believes the Euro 2020 bid can be reignited at Hampden ... but it will take 100% from every player involved.
Aberdeen defender Mikey Devlin was today urged to make the most of his unexpected Scotland call-up for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against Russia and Belgium.
Scotland coach Steven Reid today insisted Oli McBurnie’s commitment to the national side is not in doubt after a recent social media storm.
Sting has cancelled two European concerts due to illness.
A music festival in Belgium featuring major stars like rapper Cardi B came to a chaotic end before it had even started.
Former Don Kenny McLean insists Scotland can take the game to the world’s best tonight.
Peterhead boss McInally recalls 1987 debut for Scotland against Belgium ahead of crucial Euro 2020 qualifier
Jim McInally recalls being given the runaround by Belgium on his Scotland debut.
McKenna – Boss Clarke has made Scotland hard to break down and we can get Euro 2020 qualifying result against Belgium
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna is confident Scotland manager Steve Clarke’s organisation can frustrate the No 1 ranked side in the world.
Willie Miller: Euro 2020 qualifying win against Cyprus was a relief to Clarke and every Scotland supporter
It wasn't totally convincing – but Scotland got Steve Clarke’s reign as manager off to a winning start in what was a must-win game.
Kenny McLean has backed his former Aberdeen team-mate Graeme Shinnie to be a success in England.
Aberdeen's Mikey Devlin admits he’s been frustrated with his form in the second half of the season.
Andy Robertson becoming the first Scot for more than 10 years to lift the European Cup can be a huge boost for Scotland.
Aberdeen school pupils have paid tribute to those who lost their lives serving their country during the First World War.
New Scotland manager Steve Clarke says departing Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie is “raring to go” after being named in his first squad.
Scotland boss Steve Clarke admitted Aberdeen’s breakthrough star Lewis Ferguson was almost in his squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against Cyprus and Belgium.
Calls have been made for more trains to help north-east football fans support the national team.
After the heaviest home defeat in 45 years boss Alex McLeish remained defiant, insisting Scotland may be down – but they are not out.