A Cumbria coroner and the family of a car crash victim are calling for the government to introduce a new graduation scheme on driving licenses, after a tragic accident which left two people dead and two seriously injured.
Travelodge has reported rising sales and profits in the first half of the year as more consumers and businesses opt for budget hotels amid the UK’s economic slowdown.
Holiday giant Thomas Cook has warned over profits after sales were hit by the European heatwave and a fall in demand for last-minute trips abroad.
The battle to seize control of Sky will be settled in a quick-fire auction finishing on Saturday night, with 21st Century Fox and Comcast slugging it out in a weekend bidding war.
Economists have said Chancellor Philip Hammond may have cause for concern after public sector borrowing came in well above expectations in August, due to slower tax income and higher spending.
Evans Cycles is seeking a new owner amid signs of further pressure on high street retailers from online competition.
A new report has suggested that the EU may struggle to meet its climate targets without an earlier ban on the sale of petrol and diesel cars.
Abarth has revealed prices for its exclusive 124 GT model. The limited-edition roadster, based on the Fiat 124 Spider, will start from £33,625 on the road.
Shares in Eve Sleep jumped on Thursday as investors took comfort in the company’s transformation progress.
Poundland has unveiled plans to take over 20 former Poundworld stores, creating 400 jobs.
Sterling endured another rollercoaster session on Wednesday, with the British currency jumping after higher than forecast inflation and then plummeting on renewed Brexit fears.
The search for the UK’s entry for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Israel has begun with an official panel now ready to consider songs submitted by the public.
The owner of one of Britain’s biggest oil refineries could be forced to sell the plant as a legal spat over unpaid debts intensifies.
Lidl UK has unveiled plans for a new warehouse in Yorkshire in a move that will create 500 jobs.
Armies of robot bricklayers could become a common sight in Brexit Britain as construction firms turn to machines to make up for the loss of skilled labour from mainland Europe.
Kia has added two sporty new models to its Ceed range, as part of a push to cement it as a dynamic choice in the family hatchback market.
Forecasters have warned that Storm Helene could pose a danger to life when it bears down on the UK and Republic of Ireland next week.
Television and media productions made in the United Kingdom will still be classed as “European” after Brexit.
Royal Navy warships should intervene to help British fishermen in the “scallop wars”, a Tory MP has said.
Sir James Dyson has hailed the fact that over a third of students at his engineering institute are women, as demand for places at the university rockets.
Oil prices ticked higher on Tuesday as investors feared a shortage in the wake of Donald Trump’s sanctions on Iran and expected hurricanes in the US.
Shares in funeral provider Dignity crashed on Monday after rival Co-op fired the latest salvo in the sector’s price war.
The Co-op group is slashing the cost of its funerals and promising to beat rival providers as it invests major firepower into a raging price war engulfing the sector.
British and French fishermen have failed to finalise a deal to end the scallop wars in the English Channel.
A collection of torso mannequins, a valuable book of illustrated cats or a toilet complete with seat are among the items found by the DVLA in untaxed, impounded cars over the last 12 months.
Fund manager Ashmore is set to open an office in Ireland as part of Brexit contingency plans as it seeks to ensure access to EU clients following Britain’s divorce.
EU authorities have cleared Apple’s £300 million takeover of UK music recognition app Shazam.
Dixons Carphone, which is still reeling from a massive customer data breach, has said full year profits are set to be in line with expectations at £300 million as it posted first quarter results.
British and French fisherman have celebrated progress made in negotiations to end the scallop wars in the English Channel.
Stirling is the cheapest university city in the UK and Ireland for modern-day student must-haves like flat whites and yoga, a new study has found.