Midlothian council hope to acquire new parking powers

Midlothian Council are set to be awarded new parking powers in an attempt to prevent drivers from committing parking offences in the city. This comes from the withdrawal of police enforcement in the county, and the introduction of decriminalised … [Read more...]

Women gather in first beer industry collaboration

A group of female brewers are set to come together in the industry’s first collaboration to create their very own limited edition craft beer. Jenn Merrick, founder of London based brewery; Earth Station plans to join together with a leading team of … [Read more...]

Brexit bill powers curbed by MSPs at Holyrood

In a series of meetings held by the Finance Committee at the Scottish Parliament, MSPs have been debating amendments to the Westminster EU Withdrawal Bill amongst dispute over devolved powers in a post-Brexit political landscape. There is potential … [Read more...]

Poor Brexit negotiations could cause the British public their money and their holiday

UK is set to leave the European Union on the 29th of March next year. As the monumental date draws closer, British holiday-makers, who have booked airtravel in and out the EU after this date, are being urged to contact their travel agents and flight … [Read more...]

1p and 2p coins could be scrapped thanks to a rise in electronic payments

The penny could become a thing of the past, thanks to the rise in contactless and digital payments. Phillip Hammond has told of his controversial plans to get rid of the 1p and 2p coins, as well as the £50 note, in the Autumn budget. This comes … [Read more...]

Scottish man convicted of planning terrorism attacks

A 25-year-old man from Banff, Aberdeenshire has been convicted of planning terrorism attacks. Connor Ward had denied any attempt of breaching the Terrorism Act as he faced trial at the High Court in Edinburgh, charged with actions that showed … [Read more...]

Bid to increase Age of Criminal Responsibility in Scotland

A bill has been published to raise the minimum age of criminal responsibility in Scotland to 12 years old. The current age of legal responsibility-eight-is the lowest in Europe. Currently an eight year old can go before a children's hearing from the … [Read more...]

Facebook bans Britain First

Facebook has removed the pages of the anti-Islamic Britain First group as well as its leaders profiles. This action was taken after the social media company said that the group had repeatedly violated its community standards policy. Ignoring its … [Read more...]

Toys “R” Us announce closure of all UK stores within weeks

Sian Traynor discusses an investigation piece in EN4News Print edition about recent retail closures on UK high streets. It comes with the announcement of Toys "R" Us UK store closures. … [Read more...]

Police Scotland watchdog feared for staff over Phil Gormley case

The Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (PIRC) raised concerns over whether former Chief Constable Phil Gormley should return to work, according to documents obtained via a Freedom of Information request by EN4 News. An email sent by Katie … [Read more...]