September 26, 2018

Corbyn: We’d back ‘sensible’ Brexit deal

Jeremy Corbyn has not ruled out backing the Brexit deal Theresa May secures with Brussels, as he rounded off a Labour conference dominated by Europe.
September 26, 2018

Regulator dials in to mobile cost crackdown

The telecoms regulator has outlined plans to prevent mobile phone users being charged for handsets they have already paid off.
September 26, 2018

Fewer banking jobs leave UK over Brexit than predicted

Around 630 finance jobs have been relocated out of Britain since the Brexit vote - significantly lower than banks warned - according to a survey.
September 26, 2018

Summer spending spree funded by credit cards

A banking industry group says spending on credit cards is up almost 8% on a year ago, a development likely to stoke fears of financial overstretch among households ahead of Brexit.
September 26, 2018

FA secures £100m Wembley buyback rights

The Football Association (FA) could reacquire Wembley Stadium for as little as £100m if its prospective new owner fails to maintain its elite status, it has emerged hours before a £600m takeover bid could be derailed.
September 26, 2018

Labour deputy rejects MP’s call for general strike

A Labour MP's call for a general strike in the event Theresa May avoids an election has been rejected by the party's deputy leader.
September 26, 2018

Marmite-maker woos investors on Rotterdam move

Unilever - the owner of Marmite and Dove Soap - has pleaded with shareholders to support the proposed exit from its UK headquarters - a move that would see it lose its premium London listing.
September 26, 2018

AA blames bad weather for breakdown in profits

The AA has blamed a 65% plunge in pre-tax profits on a surge in demand for roadside help during last winter's cold snap.
September 26, 2018

Poundland to stop selling kitchen knives in all stores

Poundland is going to stop selling kitchen knives in all of its stores after it wsa criticised for stocking toy blades and glow-in-the-dark plastic meat cleavers for Halloween.
September 25, 2018

Corbyn to attack ‘greed-is-good capitalism’

Jeremy Corbyn will round off Labour's conference with a blistering attack on "greed-is-good capitalism" and promises of more free childcare and a "green jobs revolution".
September 25, 2018

Private hospital giant BMI nears £2bn ‎deal

Britain's biggest chain of private hospitals is closing in on a crucial financial restructuring that will involve slashing tens of millions of pounds from its annual rent bill.
September 25, 2018

Allianz-backed fund lights up Hometree

A new venture capital fund backed by one of Europe’s largest insurers is investing in a British technology start-up which is aiming to do to the home services market what Purplebricks has done to traditional estate agents.