August 6, 2019

UK viewers increasingly turning to streaming services

UK viewing habits are rapidly shifting with around half of homes now subscribing to TV streaming services.
August 6, 2019

Perthshire star of Jaguar advert banned from driving

A DRIVER who featured in an advert for a 200mph car has been banned after flipping her own car on to its roof – whilst three times over-the-limit.
August 6, 2019

Life of another Indigenous warrior set for cinema screens

Joining a planned film on Pemulwuy is one on Musquito, who fought against European settlers in Tasmania.
August 6, 2019

‘Tax trap’ pension rules to be changed amid NHS staffing crisis

Changes to pension tax rules that have created a staffing crisis in the NHS, with medical staff reducing their hours or retiring early, are being promised by the government.
August 6, 2019

24-year-old to get £10,000-a-month for 30 years as first National Lottery Set For Life winner goes public

'I am now worry free for the rest of my life'
August 6, 2019

HSBC lures Moreau to head $500bn fund management arm

A former head of the fund management arms of Deutsche Bank and AXA UK will this week be named as the next chief executive of HSBC's $500bn asset management business.
August 6, 2019

Sports Direct ‘definitely not a business in crisis’

One of retail tycoon Mike Ashley's key lieutenants has told Sky News the Sports Direct group is not in crisis, and will continue to buy struggling retailers if the right opportunities arise.
August 6, 2019

Man convicted of murdering five children and three adults in house fire

The youngest child was just six months old
August 6, 2019

New names planned for WhatsApp and Instagram

The name change hasn't gone down well
August 6, 2019

James Corden makes passionate plea for gun control after mass shootings in Ohio and Texas

The Gavin & Stacey star told US audiences that America's problem with deadly weapons had to be dealt with
August 6, 2019

British Steel lenders urge swift end to auction

Lenders to British Steel are urging the government to conclude efforts to find a buyer for the stricken business as they seek to protect their financial position amid mounting losses.
August 6, 2019

Letting fat people die will save NHS money, says BBC presenter Michael Buerk

The former BBC News presenter claims the NHS would save money while society would benefit if the obese died 'a decade earlier'