It is “really important” that Greggs takes a modern approach to environmental issues, according to the company’s boss.
The suspect in the Utrecht tram shooting has confessed and said he acted alone, according to Dutch prosecutors. Prosecution spokesman Frans Zonneveld said the motive for Monday’s shooting that left three people dead and three seriously wounded is still under investigation. The 37-year-old suspect, Gokmen Tanis, faces charges including multiple murder with a terrorist intent.
Concentrated land ownership is causing “significant and long-term damage” to communities in some parts of Scotland, according to a new report by the Scottish Land Commission (SLC).
A three-month deferral of Brexit and no-deal being taken off the table would be preferable for the farming industry to the “catastrophic” prospect of the UK crashing out of the EU on March 29, according to Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing.
Easter Ross farmer Donald Ross is to embark on a technology make-over after winning the AgriScot Scottish Arable Farm of the Year 2018 award.
The risk to UK pig farms of African Swine Fever (ASF) entering the country through contaminated or infected products remains “medium”, says the latest disease update from Defra.
Another week of Brexit drama in London and Brussels has done little to end the uncertainty over the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. So what has happened and what will happen next?
Adam Johnson deserves a second chance at his football career, according to a charity for people with criminal convictions.
The UK’s farming unions have joined forces to warn Chancellor Philip Hammond not to permit his proposed temporary no-deal Brexit tariffs to ever be allowed to take on a more permanent look.
Theresa May has returned to face the fury of Tory MPs after EU leaders agreed to delay Brexit to give her a final chance to get her deal through Parliament.