Day: 27 July 2021

Make flexible working a right from day one, Labour urges

FLEXIBLE working should become the “new normal” after the experience during the coronavirus pandemic, Labour has said. With millions moving to home working almost overnight in March 2020 in response to the first national coronavirus lockdown, the Opposition party is calling for the right to flexible working to be made mandatory in all jobs to …

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Rangers confirm 23,000 fans allowed inside Ibrox for Livingston league opener

RANGERS have confirmed 23,000 fans will be granted admission to their Premiership opener against Livingston. The club announced their ticket allocation for the league match has been increased from an expected 17,000. Season ticket holders will be entered into a ballot for the chance to head to the match. Those who are not drawn to …

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Tories accuse Nicola Sturgeon of ‘Trump-style meltdown’ over vaccine row

NICOLA Sturgeon has been accused of a “Trump-style meltdown” amid a row over whether a key vaccination target was met.  The Scottish Conservatives hit out after the First Minister suggested her critics on the issue lacked intelligence and common sense. Ms Sturgeon previously told MSPs that “by July 26, we expect to have given second doses …

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Dons chief delighted as Aberdeen poach head of recruitment from Premier League side

ABERDEEN have announced the appointment of Darren Mowbray as the club’s new head of recruitment after the younger brother of former Celtic and Hibs manager Tony Mowbray left his role at Burnley. Mowbray counts Leeds United and Middlesbrough amongst his previous employers, with the Dons’ director of football Steven Gunn explaining to the Aberdeen website …

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‘Strong grounds for hope’ that Scotland will lift most restrictions on August 9

NICOLA Sturgeon has said there are “strong grounds for hope” that Scotland will be able to lift most Covid restrictions on August 9 as planned. The First Minister said case numbers have more than halved in the past three weeks while hospital admissions are also falling. She said the Scottish Government will decide next week whether …

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