Sat. Apr 17th, 2021

Month: June 2020

The Portuguese government has criticised plans to exclude the popular holiday destination from the UK’s proposed “air bridge” scheme.Calling for his country to be exempted from the mandatory 14-day quarantine for new arrivals to the UK, Home Affairs Minister Eduardo Cabrita said that Portugal was “manifestly not where the risk is” and that anyone who thinks otherwise…... Read More
LONDON — Scottish police cordoned off streets in Glasgow on Sunday after what they described without giving details as a targeted attack that was not linked to an incident on Friday, the police and local media said.Television channel STV reported that a man had been stabbed.Police inspector Gareth Griffiths said in a Twitter message: “We…... Read More
LONDON (Reuters) - Police in Scotland named a man who was shot dead by officers during a knife attack in the city of Glasgow as Badreddin Abadlla Adam, 28, from Sudan. Police vehicles are seen parked near the scene of reported multiple stabbings at West George Street in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain June 27, 2020. REUTERS/Russell…... Read More
(Recasts with police naming attacker) LONDON, June 27 (Reuters) - Police in Scotland named a man who was shot dead by officers during a knife attack in the city of Glasgow as Badreddin Abadlla Adam, 28, from Sudan. Six people, including a policeman, were stabbed at a hotel in the city centre on Friday before…... Read More
GLASGOW — An officer was stabbed and a suspect shot dead as police flooded central Glasgow during a violent incident in Scotland's largest city on Friday, police said.Six men, including the officer, were in hospital being treated for injuries, Assistant Chief Constable Steve Johnson said in a statement, adding that the police were not looking…... Read More
GLASGOW: Scottish police on Friday (Jun 26) shot dead the suspect in a multiple stabbing at a Glasgow hotel housing asylum seekers that wounded six people, including an officer.Police Scotland said the incident at the Park Inn hotel in the city's centre was not being treated as terror-related and urged people to avoid speculation about…... Read More
Lockdown has been tough for most people. Enforced isolation, temporary seclusion, it’s broken apart friendships, blocked off relationships, and left families staring at opposite ends of a Zoom call. Music, though, has a habit of bringing people together. With no gigs to speak off – and none for the foreseeable, either – some of your…... Read More
Premiership clubs struck a deal with Sky Sports to allow games behind closed doors to be streamed liveAfter weeks of despair and division there is - whisper it - a growing sense of optimism about the return of Scottish football.Clubs held divisional meetings this week to discuss the latest issues, from reconstruction to testing and…... Read More
On June 10, two weeks into sustained national protest against police brutality, an Ohio cop named Anthony Johnson uploaded a TikTok with the caption, “The time I found out Scotland doesn’t have any good cereal! 🤣🤷🏽‍♂️.” The video shows him in a backwards cap and a navy shirt that reads “HUMANIZE,” with a ThinBlueLine badge…... Read More
Danica Kirka and Pan Pylas, Associated Press Updated 2:09 pm CDT, Monday, June 1, 2020 A father walks his twins to the Little Darling Childcare after nurseries and primary schools partly reopened in England after the COVID-19 lockdown, in London, Monday, June 1, 2020. A father walks his twins to the Little Darling Childcare after nurseries…... Read More