Holyrood will be as much as £950m better off after Treasury ministers caved in to intense pressure from the Scottish government, a finance thinktank has found.
Bournemouth striker is good pals with Tottenham's Harry Kane.
Huddersfield Town are still celebrating their 4-1 victory over Leeds United.
A British exit from the European union would result in prolonged uncertainty and put downward pressure on British companies’ credit ratings, Moody’s Investors Service has warned.
George Osborne made a mistake in placing cuts of £1.3bn from personal independence payments (PIP) to disabled people in his budget in a move which triggered the resignation of Iain Duncan Smith, Boris Johnson has said.
Nomura, has announced it has appointed Jan Newman and Ben Lowther, previously of Newman Lowther & Associates, to lead its newly-established branch office and team in South Africa.
Borussia Mönchengladbach’s unbelievable self-destruction away to Schalke on Friday night aside (“an epic battle that looked like the gods were having fun up on Mount Olympus,” Süddeutsche Zeitung wrote after the Royal Blues’ grotesquely fortunate 2-1 win), Bundesliga matchday 27 was rather low on unexpected results and sensational matches.
Shane Long is hoping his performances for in-form Southampton will help him break back into the Republic of Ireland starting line up.
Everton were beaten 2-0 by Arsenal on Saturday in another disappointing performance at Goodison Park.
Britain’s chief executives are wildly overpaid, and there would be no negative impact on the economy if their salaries were slashed, a groundbreaking study of the country’s top headhunters reveals.
Nigel Farage has raised fears that the NHS could be privatised if Britain votes to stay in the European Union – even though he personally backs an insurance-based health system run by private companies.
The man known as Barney Rubble.