THE Glasgow newspaper, the Evening Times, has been rebranded as the ‘Glasgow Times’. So begins a statement, from publishers, Newsquest Herald & Times Group: “Already, over the past few weeks, we have introduced a few changes – we have a new editor, a new design, and lots of brilliant new regular columnists, features, sport, investigations and campaigns – and there is MUCH more of that to come.”
Mark Field, the Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific, agreed to meet the family of Dumbarton man Jagtar Singh Johal, who is detained in prison without charge in the Punjab and is reported to have been tortured. However, with the election looming on December 12, the matter will have to rest until the outcome is known.
President Donald Trump seriously misused the power of his office for personal political gain by seeking foreign intervention in the American election process and obstructed Congress by stonewalling efforts to investigate, a House report released Tuesday concluded in findings that form the basis for possible impeachment.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road crash on the A817, Haul Road, near Helensburgh on Tuesday 3 December 2019.
“The IFS is unconvinced by the SNP’s spending plans. Independence would not be positive for Scotland. It would mean at least a decade of new deep cuts at a time when we need to invest in education and boost mental health services to turn them around. We’ve got to learn the lessons of Brexit, not pile more chaos on top. Just like their Growth Commission, the SNP’s own maths is painting a picture of a poorer Scotland with less money for our public services.
The operator has come under fire from Dumbarton and Lomond Labour MSP Jackie Baillie for overcrowding and cancellations. But ScotRail said the changes, which include 1,500 more seats on the Borders Railway and extra seats between Edinburgh and Glasgow, will have a positive impact.