September 3, 2021

Robson Green net worth: Actor and angler worth huge sum

ROBSON GREEN has been on televisions screens for many decades, so how much is he worth?
September 3, 2021

Asda sales fall after lockdowns drove ‘exceptional’ 2020

Supermarket giant Asda has reported a 0.7% drop in like-for-like sales, excluding fuel, in its second quarter, reflecting what it called the exceptional sales levels seen during lockdown last year.
September 3, 2021

Delta surge puts US economic recovery on ice as jobs growth slows

The US added far fewer new jobs this past month than anticipated, as a resurgent COVID-19 fuelled by the more transmissible Delta variant strikes hard across less vaccinated states.
September 3, 2021

Ikea hit by shortages across 1,000 product lines

Retail giant Ikea says at least 1,000 of its product lines have been disrupted by the shortage of lorry drivers.
September 3, 2021

Bonusprint owner pictures future with £500m merger partner Photobox

Photobox Group, the online photography service, is in talks to merge with a European rival in a bid to create a Continental giant in personalised gifting products.
September 3, 2021

Apple delays launch of controversial child safety features

Apple has announced that it is delaying the rollout of controversial child safety features which it had planned to launch later this year.
September 3, 2021

‘Costs can really mount up’: Drivers warned over potential £10,000 car tax charge

CAR TAX charges in London could set drivers back more than £10,000 because of costs from the Congestion Charge and the Ultra Low Emission Zone , new analysis has found.
September 3, 2021

Why retail prices are increasing, BMW goes green, and women’s football

Ian King speaks to the chief executive of baby goods retailer Jojo Maman Bebe about why it's had to hike prices.
September 3, 2021

Bins left uncollected after HGV driver shortage hits councils

Bin collections have been delayed in at least 18 council areas due to a shortage of HGV drivers in the UK.
September 3, 2021

‘We paid for your cycle lanes!’ Vine squirms as caller says cyclists should pay road tax

JEREMY VINE squirmed after a caller on his morning show suggested cyclists should be charged to use the road in a tax row.
September 3, 2021

Council’s plan to take over police’s powers and fine drivers branded ‘communism’

PLANS for a council to have the power to fine for motoring offences have been branded "an easy money-making scheme".
September 3, 2021

One of UK’s biggest homebuilders becomes latest to feel impact of supply chain problems

One of Britain’s largest homebuilders has reported seeing construction costs balloon, despite a rebound in London house sales following the lifting of pandemic restrictions.