Edinburgh-based bank TSB has earmarked 73 branches for closure in Scotland next year following a "significant change in customer behaviour".

Branches have been selected to ensure 94% of customers in Scotland are still within 20 minutes' travel time of one that will remain open.

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Six of those set to close are in Aberdeen - Culter, Dyce, Kincorth, Mannofield, St Machar and Torry - with another six in Glasgow (Anniesland, Dennistoun, Drumchapel, Easterhouse, Partick and Springburn).

In Edinburgh three branches will close (Costorphine, Gorgie and Pilton), along with two in Dundee (Craigiebank and Lochee).

The remaining branches to close in 2021 are:
- Aboyne
- Alexandra
- Alford
- Anstruther
- Banchory
- Bathgate
- Bearsden
- Berwick-upon-tweed
- Blairgowrie
- Bo'ness
- Broxburn
- Buckhaven
- Bucksburn
- Burntisland
- Campbelltown
- Carnoustie
- Castle Douglas
- Coatbridge
- Coupar Angus
- Cowdenbeath
- Crieff
- Cumnock
- Cupar
- Dalkeith
- Dingwall
- Dunoon
- Girvan
- Grangemouth
- Grantown-on-Spey
- Hawick
- Helensburgh
- Huntly
- Insch
- Johnstone
- Kelso
- Kilbirnie
- Kilsyth
- Kirkaldy, Templehall
- Largs
- Larkhall
- Lochgilphead
- Montrose
- Nairn
- North Berwick
- Peebles
- Penicuik
- Pitlochry
- Port Glasgow
- Prestwick
- Renfrew
- Rosyth
- Rothesay
- Saltcoats
- Thornliebank
- Turriff
- Wick.

Scottish craft brewer BrewDog has announced that it will double offset all of its employees' carbon footprint, making it the first employer in the world to ensure that all team members are carbon negative, like the business itself.

It means all staff will now be able to calculate their own personal carbon footprint, BrewDog will then remove twice as much carbon from the air each year as each team member is responsible for.

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The move comes as the brewer announced its carbon negative status last month, making it the first carbon negative international beer business.

It said all employees will be required to calculate their footprints via the Pawprint system which allows each team member to understand their overall carbon footprint. 

The tool will help all BrewDog staff reduce their own environmental impact by encouraging behavioural change and rewarding reductions in individuals carbon footprint.

BrewDog is currently raising its final round of its record breaking Equity for Punks Tomorrow programme.

It hopes to raise a maximum of £50M to fund green infrastructure across its global business.

James Watt, co-founder of BrewDog: said: "We are proud to be the world’s first carbon negative beer business and are delighted to be one of the very first businesses to offer to offset all its employees' carbon footprints.

"All BrewDog staff will have an app which allows them to understand their own carbon footprint. Our commitment to sustainability is an integral part of our business and across our entire operation.

"This means BrewDog both as a company and as individuals are having a massively positive impact on the planet and helping drive the change that our world so badly needs."

Cinema chain Everyman has trimmed back its plans to open more sites after the coronavirus pandemic hit sales.

Shares in the company nudged lower after it told shareholders is plans to open eight cinemas in the next financial year, dialling back from plans to open 11 cinemas.

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It came as the group swung to a £12.3 million operating loss for the 26 weeks to July 2 after being impacted by enforced closures.

The group said admissions since reopening have been at around 40% of the levels from the same period last year.

Everyman said it saw a lift in demand driven by release of Christopher Nolan blockbuster Tenet last month and believes recent performance has been "encouraging".

Shares were 2.6% lower at 74.5p.

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