Sat. Apr 17th, 2021

Month: November 2020

Lee Miller (right) and former team-mate David McCracken (left) replaced Ray McKinnon as co-managers of Falkirk in November 2019Venue: Falkirk Stadium Date: Sunday, 29 November Kick-off: 17:00 GMTCoverage: Live on BBC Radio Scotland and live text coverage on BBC Sport website & app"Coaching courses don't prepare you for what's happened to us this past year..."In…... Read More
3 minute read 29/11/2020 | 01:00pm Glasgow Rangers face Falkirk fresh off the back of their draw with Benfica in the Europa League, which means Steven Gerrard’s side remain unbeaten in all competitions so far this season, although they will want to get back to winning ways when they take on the Bairns in the…... Read More
Few of the 20th Century investors stand out as much as Bernard Baruch does for his incredible investment prowess. Regarded as one of the legends in the history of investing, Baruch’s belief in the fundamental importance of supply and demand, and his ability to recognise and take advantage of market imbalances was well appreciated in…... Read More
Employees with children can find themselves in a battle with their workplaces when it comes to asking for parental leave or flexible working. The law on paid parental leave differs from country to country, and in some cases workplaces choose to offer the bare minimum. It is possible to negotiate for increases in paid leave…... Read More
3 minute read 28/11/2020 | 10:00am Benfica came from behind to stun Glasgow Rangers as Steven Gerrard’s side threw away a two-goal lead in the Europa League once again on Thursday night. The 54-time Scottish champions suffered a lapse in concentration as the Portuguese giants punished them with a second late comeback to draw 2-2…... Read More
President Donald Trump was playing a few holes when he found out he had lost the election and it was on one of his own golf courses that activists decided to emphasize that message, using the insult he often hurls at opponents.The front lawn of the Trump Turnberry course in Ayrshire, Scotland, was lit up…... Read More
Agency Reporter Senior members of the English and Scottish governments in Britain have outlined the lockdown restrictions for residents in their countries over the next few weeks. British Health Secretary Matt Hancock revealed in a speech to parliament yesterday which areas in England will have the toughest local lockdown rules when the country comes out of…... Read More
media captionSturgeon urges people to stick to the rulesScotland's coronavirus guidelines could be enforced by new laws if "even a minority" continue to flout them, Nicola Sturgeon has said.The first minister relaxed restrictions north of the border on Friday, allowing more people to meet up while outdoors.She said the "vast majority" had complied with recommendations…... Read More