July 26th, 2011

The venue is usually exclusively for the legal fraternity although it is hired out for private events. Donald Findlay QC told Scotland on Sunday,  “I’m utterly appalled and scandalised at the suggestion. This is the slippery slope we’re on now. The next thing they will be doing is carry-out pizzas and selling hamburgers.”

Diageo get FTSE recognition for female representation

Thu 26th March 2015

Diageo plc, has been named as joint leader of the FTSE 100 companies for female representation at board level for the second year running by the 2015 Cranfield ... Read more.

Captain Morgan goes white

Tue 24th March 2015

Diageo is rolling out Captain Morgan White Rum in April. The company say they hope to ‘help revitalise the white rum segment of the market’ with thi... Read more.

26 European Qualifiers on Sky Sports

Tue 24th March 2015

This looks certain to be a busy few weeks for sports fans as Sky Sports gets set to show 26 live matches as teams compete to qualify for the European Championsh... Read more.

Budget provides boost for beer and spirits

Wed 18th March 2015

Chancellor George Osborne has announced a spirits duty cut of 2%, the first in nearly 20 years, and has also cut beer duty for the 3rd year running. David Frost... Read more.

Countdown to Gusto opening in Glasgow

Mon 16th March 2015

Following last years investment by Private Equity group Palatine, the first of the new Gusto restaurants,  is getting set to open in Glasgow later this month... Read more.

Sales of whisky slump 5% in UK

Fri 13th March 2015

The UK market for Scotch Whisky declined by nearly 5% last year, according to figures just released by the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA). They revealed that t... Read more.