Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland are among five banks who have been fined for a second time in as many months over their role in a massive currency rigging cartel, authorities have revealed.
Google has confirmed it has appealed against a 1.49 billion euro (£1.3 billion) fine issued by the European Commission for alleged illegal practices in search advertising.
Tory leadership hopeful Sajid Javid has said he is prepared to take Britain out of the EU without a deal if concessions from Brussels cannot be secured.
The crowded field in the race to replace Theresa May now has another runner as Mark Harper launched his bid to be the next prime minister.
Tory leadership hopeful Jeremy Hunt insisted he would be more likely to succeed in Brexit negotiations with Brussels than an “ultra hardliner”.
European Union leaders are divided over who to appoint to the top jobs in Brussels, after elections shredded comfortable political alliances and raised troubling questions about the future of the bloc.
Europe’s leaders are beginning the process of choosing the senior officials in Brussels.
Nicola Sturgeon has called for a new Scottish independence referendum in the second half of next year.
People are waking up to the fact Ireland is receiving more support from the EU than Scotland is from Westminster, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Both the Conservatives and Labour are braced for a backlash from voters over Brexit as the results of the European elections are announced.
Overseas tourism to Scotland rose by 10% in a year while the number of European tourists jumped 19%, according to new figures.
The Government is being urged to hold an inquiry after potentially thousands of EU citizens and British expatriates were left unable to vote in this week’s European elections.
Prominent Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan has said he fears the party is facing “total wipeout” in the European elections and will be left without any representation at all.
George Osborne’s London Evening Standard newspaper has backed the Lib Dems in Thursday’s EU elections.
The prospect of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister, supported by Nigel Farage, is a “deadly serious possibility” and would represent a “nightmare” for Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has urged voters to use next week’s European elections to “stand up for Scotland’s right to be heard”.
Theresa May has no chance of getting her Brexit deal passed at a planned vote next month on legislation for withdrawal, Scotland’s First Minister has said.
A scuffle broke out in Cornwall after two protesters attempted to throw milkshake on controversial Ukip election candidate Carl Benjamin.
Nicola Sturgeon has sent an “unequivocal message” to Theresa May that “Scotland does not want Brexit”, as she launched the SNP’s campaign for the European elections.
The FTSE 100 crashed into the red on Tuesday as growing trade tensions and a weaker economic outlook weighed on markets around the globe.