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Friday, March 2nd, 2018


Home games back at Murrayfield

Myreside kicked into touch by Edinburgh

Richard Cockerill

Myreside has been kicked into touch by Edinburgh Rugby, the Guinness Pro14 club terminating its

As I See It

May’s Brexit signposts offer few clear directions

Terry smiling

So much expectation had been built up ahead of Theresa May’s set-piece speech on Brexit that it was inevitable that it would disappoint.

Listing option for FinTech firm

Nucleus plays down £100m IPO report

David Ferguson

Nucleus, the adviser-backed platform, is considering a £100 million flotation on the stock market, according to City sources.

PM spells out Brexit quest

May rejects Canada-style post-Brexit deal with EU

Theresa May Mansion House

Prime Minister Theresa May today rejected ‘off the shelf’ models for a new UK relationship with the EU.

German manufacturer Siemens has unveiled plans for a £200m train building factory creating 700 jobs in Yorkshire

The company signed a long-term lease on a 67-acre site in Goole between Doncaster and Hull to build a facility manufacturing trains for UK operators. Work is expected to start later in the year provided the company secures major future orders. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling welcomed the news, describing it as an “exciting proposal”.

Homes and startup space

£40m tower to form Merchant City gateway

Merchant Point from High Street

Developers want to build a £40 million office, bars and accommodation block that will form a “gateway” to Glasgow’s Merchant City.

Mone welcomes regulation

Bitcoin ‘failing as a form of money’ says Bank governor

Mark Carney

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has called for regulation of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin which, he said, were failing as a form of money.

Weather chaos hits trading

Businesses assessing impact of big freeze

M8 glasgow deserted

Severe weather conditions will see continued disruption to the travel network over the weekend and into next week as thousands of businesses count the cost of the chaos.

Industry remains resilient

‘Optimistic’ factory bosses shrug off uncertainty

Scotland’s engineering industry has shrugged off political uncertainty with orders and output levels holding up well, according to new figures.

Threat of counter measures

Trump steel tariffs prompt global outrage

Donald Trump outraged trading partners after announcing plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium imports.