Tuesday Headlines – Biden ‘evacuated’ at COP26, Leonardo DiCaprio spotted in Glasgow restaurant
Welcome to the Daily Record Tuesday night briefing.
Top stories you need to know today include reports that President Biden was ‘evacuated’ at a COP26 event, sightings of actor Leonardo DiCaprio in Glasgow and the best fish and chip shops in Scotland. .
Here are the latest titles from Scotland and beyond tonight.
Joe Biden “evacuated” from the COP26 as the American president kidnapped by the secret services
Joe Biden was reportedly “evacuated” from a COP26 event this afternoon in Glasgow due to the size of the crowd outside the venue.
The US president was scheduled to speak at a methane gas event, but this was delayed after Biden was “pushed back by the Secret Service.”
Biden then returned to the stage to deliver his speech.
Leonardo DiCaprio shows up at Glasgow COP26 fringe event at Maryhill
Superstar actor Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted last night at an event on the sidelines of COP26 in Glasgow.
The US climate activist was pictured on Instagram with the owner of The Engine Works in Maryhill.
DiCaprio had not announced his presence at COP26 beforehand. The actor was assaulted today at the SEC.
Scotland’s 20 best fish and chip shops named in Britain’s Best Guide
The annual ranking of the best fish and chips in the UK by the National Fryer Federation’s Fish and Chip Quality Guide was published today.
A total of 20 Scottish fish and chips were on the list of their excellent fish suppers.
John Bishop admits he couldn’t stop crying after his wife’s heartbreaking split
Comedian-turned-actor John Bishop has revealed to the Mirror that he can’t “stop the tears” over his split from his wife Melanie after realizing she might meet another man.
Bishop explained how he and his 28-year-old wife decided to go their separate ways in 2014.
HMRC issues warning to self-employed workers who applied for SEISS grant last year
HMRC has started mailing letters to some people who have received a grant from the Self-Employed Income Support Program.
Applicants who received SEISS grants that were not eligible were asked to repay some or all of the money.
UK government has provided over £ 25.2 billion in financial aid to 2.9 million self-employed workers
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