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Scots stepmum faces court rap in Portugal for burying husband in back garden 
without telling his kids

Scots stepmum faces court rap in Portugal for burying husband in back garden 
without telling his kids

A Scot has been accused of burying her husband in the back garden 
of their home in Portugal – without telling his children. Alyn Pennycook’s son and 
daughter have told the Daily Record they
 hate piano teacher Louise Khan for 
what she has done. His da

Daily Record, today, 06:30
 
Boss who stole £20k from Edinburgh-based charity avoids jail

Boss who stole £20k from Edinburgh-based charity avoids jail

A thieving boss who embezzled £20,000 from a charity and helped drive it into liquidation has avoided jail. Edward McGregor, 48, stole repeatedly from Edinburgh-based Skillnet, who helped people from ethnic minorities find work. He inflated invoices and

Daily Record, today, 06:30
 
Yo-yo dieting is good for you even if you end up piling the pounds back on

Yo-yo dieting is good for you even if you end up piling the pounds back on

Yo-yo dieting IS good for you and can be compared with going to the dentist, according to an expert. Scientist Dr David Allison’s research found that repeated crash diets did no harm to obese mice. In fact, serial dieting animals lived longer than those

Daily Record, today, 06:30
 
Community mourn tragic toddler Jacob McIntyre after river death horror and vow to support devastated family

Community mourn tragic toddler Jacob McIntyre after river death horror and vow to support devastated family

A toddler who was found dead in a river after going missing from his home was yesterday named as Jacob McIntyre. The two-year-old vanished in Milton of Drimmie, Perthshire, on Sunday morning. His body was found hours later by rescue crews in the River Er

Daily Record, today, 06:30
 
The SNP need to rethink business rate change or small family firms will go to the wall

The SNP need to rethink business rate change or small family firms will go to the wall

Scotland’s economy needs a boost. Our public services need investment, not more cuts. And the businesses that employ millions of people across the country are crying out for help. But the response from the government is to impose more cuts and increase t

Daily Record, today, 06:30
 
Battered mum hits out after her ex escapes with £200 fine despite beating her black and blue

Battered mum hits out after her ex escapes with £200 fine despite beating her black and blue

A woman beaten black and blue by her ex blasted the justice system after he escaped with a £200 fine. Pauline McSherry was put out on the street hours after David Connelly’s assault left her blood on the windows and walls. Last night, Pauline said: “In t

Daily Record, today, 06:30
 
Philip Hammond 'listening' to business rates concerns

Philip Hammond 'listening' to business rates concerns

The Chancellor Philip Hammond has told Conservative MPs he is "listening" to their concerns about an imminent re-evaluation of business rates. Rates are being updated for the first time in seven years, to bring them into line with property...

BBC, today, 06:00
 
IPCC advises separating police officers after fatal incidents

IPCC advises separating police officers after fatal incidents

Police officers directly involved in fatal incidents should be separated as quickly as possible to prevent conferring, a watchdog has said. The step is part of new guidance from the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). It relates to how evide

BBC, today, 05:29
 

Calls for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers to receive free Welsh lessons

Migrants, refugees and asylum seekers should be offered free Welsh language lessons like they get with English, it was claimed. Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg (Welsh Language Society) said improving ethnic groups’ access to Welsh should be a priority for th

Daily Post, today, 05:19
 
Devon bus shelter gets mystery 'Banksy-style' makeover

Devon bus shelter gets mystery 'Banksy-style' makeover

A village bus shelter is being secretly decorated and furnished by an unknown person, sparking intrigue in the community. The shelter in the village of Walkhampton, Devon first had a comfortable chair installed last year. Since then there have been regul

BBC, today, 04:09
 
Met Police Commissioner: Who will be Britain's next top cop?

Met Police Commissioner: Who will be Britain's next top cop?

The UK's next top police officer will be chosen on Wednesday. The final four candidates for Metropolitan Police Commissioner will face interviews with Home Secretary Amber Rudd, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Policing Minister Brandon Lewis. The Commissi

BBC, today, 03:41
 
Mary Berry 'stands by' Paul Hollywood after Bake Off move

Mary Berry 'stands by' Paul Hollywood after Bake Off move

Mary Berry has said she is "standing by" former fellow judge Paul Hollywood as he continues with The Great British Bake Off in its new Channel 4 home. She told the Radio Times magazine they have their differences but she "admired him a...

BBC, today, 01:36
 
Children's hospital is first to be rated 'outstanding'

Children's hospital is first to be rated 'outstanding'

A specialist children's hospital has become the first of its kind to receive a rating of "outstanding" from healthcare inspectors in England. Birmingham Children's Hospital was criticised eight years ago for having insufficient numbers of...

BBC, today, 01:30
 
Hospital cuts planned in most of England

Hospital cuts planned in most of England

Plans have been put forward to cut hospital services in two-thirds of England, a BBC analysis shows. The proposals have been put forward by local NHS bosses as part of a national programme to transform the health service and save money. They include ever

BBC, today, 01:25
 
Benefits variations unacceptable - MPs

Benefits variations unacceptable - MPs

Benefits claimants face "unacceptable" variations in the number of payments being docked or removed entirely, depending on where in the UK they live, MPs have said. The Public Accounts Committee said those penalised for missing job centre...

BBC, today, 01:25
 


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