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Monday’s business and political news

Alistair Darling will enter the General Election campaign today…there is a warning to politicians from a leading business group …a new backer for the Entrepreneurial Scotland Summit..some key appointments in law and accountancy…a property deal was announced at the weekend… and we have a review of the new Whisky Galore! movie

Daily Business delivers breaking news and opinion, lifestyle features and the key sports news. Stay in touch with developments throughout the day with Scotland’s online business and political news service

+ Darling debuts: The former Chancellor has issued a reminder for voters as he joins the Election campaign on an important anniversary… 

+ Election warning: A business group is to issue a new set of demands for the new government

+ Revolutionary road: Motorists can expect a new era of travel as the missing motorway link is completed

+ Summit support: Another corporate partner has been announced for this week’s Gleneagles entrepreneurial summit

+ Law hires: Three partner promotions for a Scottish law practice

+ Accountancy hire: a new director for a mid-tier firm

+ Maybe’s yes, or no?: The Prime Minister has ruled out one tax rise but is equivocating on others + latest on EU divorce talks

Property: Lomond Capital has unveiled its first acquisition since raising new funds

+ Economy: The UK economy slowed in the first quarter… here’s the latest data ahead of tomorrow’s market re-opening

Latest appointments: CMS + Grant Thornton + Boyd Legal + Martin Currie + other latest hires and promotions


+ Politics and PR: Terry Murden asks if it was wise for Theresa May to stage a rally in a village hall with little access to the outside world

+ Investment: Alan Steel asks if market trends confirm the old recommendation to “Sell in May and don’t come back ’til St Leger Day”

+ Mind your language: Niels Footman says that Boris’s “mugwump” comment shows the importance of setting the right tone to suit your company or brand

Catch up

Tory boost: The latest opinion polls make better reading for the Tories than Labour + a stern message from the EU over Brexit talks

Pensions: A UK government minister has been accused of misleading women over the state pension

Whisky: Industry leaders want a change in the excise system

+ SCDI CEO: The policy group has hired a successor to Ross Martin 

Sport: A record crowd saw Anthony Joshua clinch victory in a classic contest

+ PLUS the Digital Technology Awards… the latest property news… and a round-up of Sport

Daily Business Magazine:

+ Film: Pauline Taylor reviews the remake of Whisky Galore! which hits cinemas this weekend

+ Small firm perks: Big corporations use huge benefits to lure top staff. What can small firms offer in order to help staff feel valued and motivated?

Art and photography: A new exhibition has opened in Edinburgh of works by a US artist and photographer who was a contemporary of Warhol and Lichtenstein and is still working today

+ Luxury listening: The most expensive hi-fi system on the market was on show in Leith and could be yours for £125,000. Terry Murden went along for a listen and to talk to the Edinburgh distributor looking for buyers

Food and drink: The latest reviews of restaurants around Scotland

+ PLUS... street food in Stockbridge…the Film Festival goes retro…

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