As I See It: Terry Murden Did Boris Johnson just change the mood of the nation? After years of downbeat messages on the Brexit mess and on cuts to public services, the new Prime Minister has bounded on to the stage and declared that positivity is back in fashion. His attack on the “doubters, doomsters […]
At certain points of our career, we take time to reflect and question what we would have done differently. Unfortunately for many of us, the once childhood dream of developing a right foot like that of Wayne Rooney, the voice box of Adele, or the relaxing tones of David Attenborough is a far cry away […]
AG Barr’s best known drink, Irn-Bru, is reputedly good for hangovers, so it may find a bit of hike in sales as shareholders nurse a thumping headache after the firm’s profits warning.
TV licence cuts could be avoided if the BBC was forced to commercialise some of its activities, writes TERRY MURDEN
Fintech may underpin the future of Scotland’s financial services, but there are global pressures at work.