Welcome to the Daily Records briefing Tuesday night.
The most important stories you need to know today include reports that President Biden was ‘evacuated’ at a COP26 event, observations of actor Leonardo DiCaprio in Glasgow and the best fish and chips shops in Scotland.
Here are the latest headlines from Scotland onwards tonight.
Joe Biden ‘evacuated’ from the COP26 event when US President was taken away by intelligence
Joe Biden is said to have been ‘evacuated’ from a COP26 event this afternoon in Glasgow due to the crowd outside the venue.
The US president was to speak at an event on methane gases, but it was delayed after Biden was “blown away by the intelligence service”.
Biden later returned to the stage to give his speech.
Leonardo DiCaprio shows up at Glasgow COP26 fringe event in Maryhill
Superstar Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted at a COP26 fringe event in Glasgow last night.
The American climate activist was snapped on Instagram with the owner of The Engine Works in Maryhill.
DiCaprio had not announced his participation at COP26 in advance. The actor was bullied today at the SEC.
Scotland’s 20 best fish and chips shops are named in the best English guide
The annual ranking of the best fish and chips in the UK by the National Federation of Fish Fryers’ Guide to Quality Fish and Chip Shops was published today.
A total of 20 Scottish fish and chips came on the list for their popping fish dinner.
John Bishop admits he could not stop crying after a heartbreaking separation from his wife
The comedian who became an actor, John Bishop, revealed to The Mirror that he could not ‘stop the tears’ over his separation from his wife Melanie after realizing that she might want to meet another man.
Bishop opened up about how he and his wife of 28 years decided to go their separate ways in 2014.
HMRC issues a warning to the self-employed who claimed SEISS grants last year
HMRC has started sending letters to some people who have received a self-employed income support form.
Applicants who received SEISS grants that were not eligible have been asked to repay some or all of the money.
The British government has disbursed more than £ 25.2 billion in financial support to 2.9 million self-employed.
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