Nicola Sturgeon admits Scotland’s R rate has gone UP to as high as one after Aberdeen lockdown 

Scotland’s coronavirus infection rate has risen in the wake of an outbreak in Aberdeen, Nicola Sturgeon admitted today. The First Minister said the R-rate for the county had risen to between 0.6 and one, up from between 0.6 and 0.9 and new cases have also been found in Glasgow and the Clyde. A total of … Read more

Fly-tippers forced to load rubbish BACK ONTO their lorry

Two fly-tippers who dumped rubbish in a field were forced to re-load their van when a farmer caught them in the act.  James Johnston, from Glasgow, spotted the two men dumping planks of wood and other debris in his field and insisted that they remove it straight away. The men reloaded the debris into a … Read more

The UK cities making millions from bus lane fines

City councils are pocketing millions of pounds a year from fining motorists for misuse of bus lanes, with new figures revealing which locations are genere the biggest revenues. While London is the city where most motorists receive a penalty charge notice for incorrectly driving in a bus lane, an investigation has revealed which locations outside … Read more

Amazing cab ride footage of Avanti West Coast Pendolino London to Glasgow journey

Amazing videos reveal one of Britain’s best ‘office’ views: Cab footage lets viewers experience a Pendolino journey from London to Glasgow from the driver’s point of view The footage is split into an eight-part series called Tales From The Tracks The vignettes were made using a cab camera on the 12.10pm from Euston It took … Read more