Former chancellor George Osborne has taken time out from his newly-established portfolio career to wade into the debate about Charlotte Hogg, the now ex-Bank of England deputy governor for markets.. City A.M.
PARIS (Reuters) - Spain has confirmed a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as mad cow disease, in the northwestern province of Castilla y Leon, the World Organisation for.. Reuters
Not even half-Scottish US President Donald Trump will be able to tuck into an authentic haggis this year as the 45-year ban on haggis imports continues.
Trump will be amongst the roughly 10 million.. City A.M.
Tests carried out on an 18-year-old animal that died on a farm in County Galway, Ireland, found that it had bovine spongiform encephalopathy. But experts say there is no risk to meat lovers. MailOnline
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland said on Wednesday that a dead cow had been confirmed as having bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), known as mad cow disease, but said it had not entered the food chain.. Reuters
On-demand food delivery service Deliveroo has launched in Swansea.The service, which sees drivers use bicycles, scooters and motorbikes, delivers food from local restaurants who otherwise may not offer.. Llanelli Star Also reported by •South Wales Evening Post •Carmarthen Journal
A simple blood test developed in Cambridge could help prevent the spread of a deadly disease. University scientists have been working on a test for variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), the human.. Cambridge News Also reported by •Ely News •Saffron Walden News •Royston News
A man who is dying from the human form of mad cow disease has said he wants to spend some of the time he has left helping to find a cure for the condition. Stuart Thompson, 45, discovered he had the.. Boston Target Also reported by •Lincolnshire Echo
A dying man who has a rare version of the human form of mad cow disease has pledged to ride 10k a day to raise money to find a cure for the condition.Stuart Thompson, 45, discovered he had the.. Boston Target Also reported by •Lincolnshire Echo
BBC Local News: North-East Scotland and Northern Isles -- Scotland should be in a separate risk category for so-called mad cow disease than the rest of the UK, the Scottish government says. BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News