Hopes that thousands of jobs would be created by the building of a new nuclear power station have collapsed, with “serious ramifications” for firms across the UK.
A leading trade union has been urged to change its culture after an official inquiry found that bullying, misogyny, cronyism and sexual harassment were “endemic” within the organisation.
The threat of industrial action by workers at gas giant Centrica has come a step closer in a row over jobs and pay.
Directors at gas giant Centrica have been paid more than £30 million while they presided over the company’s “plummeting“ share price, a union is claiming.
Centrica will hope to win back some investor confidence on Friday as it presents its latest figures amid a tough battle with unions.
The Government is being urged to build on the huge public support shown for the NHS during the virus pandemic by giving health workers an early pay rise.
A north-east MP has urged a leading airline to think again over plans to make thousands of workers redundant.
Kate Garraway has been praised by fellow broadcasters for speaking “movingly and positively” about her husband Derek Draper’s battle with coronavirus.
Kate Garraway fought back tears as she recounted the last words her husband Derek Draper said to her before he was put into an induced coma as he battled coronavirus.
Offshore unions have claimed more than 3,500 UK workers “could be displaced by September” amid the oil price crisis and called for an urgent summit with Westminster politicians.
Piers Morgan has defended a live interview he conducted with care minister Helen Whately, which sparked more than 600 complaints to Ofcom, saying it was not as “uncomfortable” as the conditions for the carers on the front line of the coronavirus crisis.
Lorraine Kelly urged women to “inspire the next generation” as she accepted a surprise award celebrating her 35 years in broadcasting.
Lorraine Kelly has said Piers Morgan should not be sacked from Good Morning Britain, after thousands signed a petition calling for him to lose his job.
Piers Morgan will invite US president Donald Trump on to Good Morning Britain to incense the British media.
Richard Madeley said he was looking “a bit orange” after a guest on Good Morning Britain commented on the host’s tan.
Piers Morgan has jokingly apologised that he is “not going to die” after undergoing tests in hospital.
Crunch talks between the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA) and North Sea trade unions will continue later this month after yesterday’s meeting brought no resolution.
Susanna Reid has appeared to defend the kiss between Strictly Come Dancing couple Seann Walsh and Katya Jones, saying that “we’ve all had a few drinks and had a kiss”.
The GMB trade union has opened a strike action ballot for its members working in the UK North Sea.
Irish boyband Boyzone have spoken about the emotional experience of recording a track for their new album which features the vocals of late group member Stephen Gately.
The Unite and GMB unions have called off strike action on Equinor’s Mariner platform after accepting a new pay offer.
The Offshore Contractor’s Association (OCA) has made a fresh pay offer to workers after an initial rejection earlier this year.
Richard Madeley has defended his decision to cut off Gavin Williamson part-way through a live interview, saying it was “probably the most popular thing I have ever done on television”.
Aberdeen City Council has become a “pressure cooker” over the last year, according to claims by union officials.
Pamela Anderson has shared her fears over the health of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who she said is being subjected to “a form of torture”.
Piers Morgan surprised his Good Morning Britain co-star Susanna Reid and their guest Pamela Anderson when he made a revelation about his sex life live on air.
Good Morning Britain’s Susanna Reid has said she has a “newfound respect” for writer Celia Walden for “putting up with” her husband Piers Morgan on a daily basis.
Trade unions representing North Sea workers in pay negotiations have clashed in another war of words with the organisation representing offshore employers.
Aberdeen’s ambulance service is surviving on a “wing and a prayer” due to a staffing “crisis”, according to unions.
Workers on average earnings in Scotland are priced out of the North-east housing market, new figures have shown.