With restaurants feeling the pinch and suffering from a saturated market some might argue that this is not the best of times to be opening a new outlet.
Scottish Tories and Lib Dems have declared plans for a car park tax as “unworkable” but they ignore the example of one English city, writes TERRY MURDEN
Such is the precarious nature of the high street that it is difficult to know whether Doug Putman is a hero, a misguided optimist or a fool easily parted with his money.
Car manufacturing in Britain has been going through a difficult patch but Nissan’s decision to withdraw its investment in the north east of England could be seen as an important milestone in determining more than where its next model is built.
Visitors to the cavernous venue deep below the giant Cineworld tower are instantly reminded that this is Glasgow’s new home of comedy.