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Almost 30% of Ryanair’s shareholders have voted against the chairman’s re-election.
Chris Grayling claims it is “not straightforward” to overrule rail industry leaders, after an investigation into the May timetable disruption found “nobody took charge”.
The long-running bidding battle for Sky will be decided in a quick-fire auction finishing on Saturday night, Britain’s Takeover Panel has announced.
Shoppers have defied Brexit concerns to continue their spending spree over the summer, figures show.
A man has died following a fire at a house in a village.
A strange purple cube that has slowly been moving around the map of Fortnite has finally reached its end after puzzling gamers for almost four weeks.
Construction group Kier has cheered a 9% jump in annual profits and a record-level order book following Carillion’s collapse.
Poundland has unveiled plans to take over 20 former Poundworld stores, creating 400 jobs.
European leaders have ramped up the pressure on Theresa May to change course on Brexit after she told them her Chequers plan was the only route to a deal.
Ian Paisley said he was “humbled and privileged” after Westminster’s first recall petition fell short of the threshold required to unseat him.
Thousands of people are still without power as clear-up operations continue in the wake of Storm Ali.
A girl has been attacked by a shark off the same Great Barrier Reef island in Australia where a woman was mauled a day earlier.
Two Chelsea fans have been injured in an attack by suspected local fans ahead of a Europe League match at PAOK Thessaloniki, Greek authorities said.
Extending the timetable for Brexit negotiations must remain on the table if the UK is to “avoid an economic cliff edge”, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
An anaesthetist convicted of killing his wife and daughter by placing a yoga ball which leaked carbon monoxide in their car has been sentenced to life in prison in Hong Kong.
Flood warnings are in place across Tayside this morning.
British American Tobacco has confirmed that chief executive Nicandro Durante plans to retire after nearly 37 years with the company and eight years at the helm.
Drinks giant Diageo has warned over “volatility” in some of its markets, with profits expected to take a £45 million hit due to currency fluctuations.
A Dundee garden centre and farm shop is closed today after Storm Ali damaged a 153-year-old conservatory.
A woman accused of obtaining abortion pills for her teenage daughter is in “fear and pain” over her pending prosecution.