Company famed for its donuts and sugary ‘double double’ plans more British outlets after European debut in Glasgow
Canadian company Tim Hortons is to open its first UK coffee shop in May, entering the crowded but still growing British market for food and drink on the go.
Promising to bring its “signature coffee, delicious food and Canadian charm” to the UK, the chain’s first UK coffee shop – also its first foray in Europe – will be on Argyle Street in central Glasgow, with further outlets planned in other city centre locations around the country.
- Star writes message to her unborn baby in Instagram post
- Williams reclaims world No1 spot from Angelique Kerber
In her first public statement since her pregnancy was announced, Serena Williams has indicated she intends to return to tennis after the birth of her first child.
Williams posted a message to her baby on her Instagram account on Monday. “I can’t wait for you to join the players box next year. But most importantly, I am so happy to share being number one in the world with you,” wrote Williams. The baby is due later this year.
The British-Iranian charity worker has been jailed under secret charges since last year.
Prosecutors say Michael Kadar made hoax calls to airlines, hospitals and Jewish schools worldwide.
“We should be looking at voters who didn’t turn out in 2016.,” said Guy Cecil, Priorities USA’s chairman.
Tesla is working hard to make it easier for its customers to charge their electric cars on the go. Back in February, the company revealed that it'll be doubling its Supercharger network in 2017. It doubled down on that claim this morning, with the an…
Mel King, Glynn Lloyd and Klare Shaw are among those who should be credited, writes Dave Madan, founding board member of the Urban Farming Institute
Boston is more than our complicated history with racism, but your article on urban farming (Is Boston the next urban farming paradise?, 16 April) unintentionally perpetuates the image of a city stuck in the past, entirely ignoring the innovative black entrepreneurs who founded and lead Boston’s urban farming sector.
Boston’s most famous activist and former politician, Mel King, pioneered the movement in the 1970s, kickstarting growing food across the city and protecting small farmland statewide. In 2011, entrepreneur Glynn Lloyd’s farming enterprise, City Growers, lobbied for the legalization of urban agriculture and piloted the city’s first test farm.
The president compared his ratings prowess to one of the darkest days in U.S. history.
League One champions Sheffield United are set to re-sign striker Ched Evans from Chesterfield, reports BBC Radio Sheffield.
Leader Tim Farron says the party is the only one opposing Theresa May’s “hard Brexit”.