Land Rover is celebrating 30 years of one of its most iconic nameplates with a new special edition – the Discovery Anniversary.
The Government will invest £20 million to regenerate towns across the UK through cultural programmes and making “better places to live”.
Electronics giant Philips is to close its Glemsford factory and transfer its operations to the Netherlands, putting 430 jobs at risk and dealing a major blow to Brexit Britain.
What is it? Two big buzzwords dominate the latest Toyota RAV4. The first is SUV – a segment the brand was an early adopter of with the original RAV4 back in 1994, and one that, by its own admission, it’s now lagging behind in.
Millions of UK motorists wanting to drive in the EU will need to arrange extra documentation in the event of a no-deal Brexit, insurers have warned.
Cineworld welcomed a record number of film goers last year, even as the blazing hot summer and the World Cup hit sales in the UK.
A novel said to be one of the “most banned books in history” is going under the hammer.
Two of the biggest firms in the automotive industry launched a partnership today that will see them sharing knowledge and expertise on vans and pick-ups.
What is it? Dial back a few years and the thought of Hyundai embedding itself as an established competitor in a performance car segment would be laughable — but the success of the i30 N has proven that wrong.
For many businesses, a van is as much of an essential as an accountant or a uniform. These vehicles are the lifeblood of the country, delivering goods and services all over the place. However, new models can be expensive.
Irish Premier Leo Varadkar has said that he still hopeful for a deal on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
After what feels like an eternity, Toyota has revealed in full its 2019 Supra – marking the return of a nameplate that’s been out of production since 2002.
The number of plays of classical music increased by more than 10% in 2018, with the genre growing faster than the UK music industry at large.
Fashion retailer Quiz has warned its profit and revenue will be lower after Christmas trading failed to meet expectations.
Tesco, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Debenhams were among a host of retailers reporting festive trading figures on Thursday as the high street braces for another difficult year.
The retail sector endured its worst December since the financial crisis, and this has been borne out in some dire trading updates and the collapse of HMV.
Nissan has announced two new versions of its popular Leaf electric car, named the 3.Zero and the 3.Zero e+.
The Prime Minister’s Brexit deal is the only orderly way the UK can quit the EU without leaving on a cliff edge, the Scottish Tory interim leader has said.
The FTSE 100 ended in negative territory on Monday, dragged down by a weaker dollar and lingering concerns over global growth.
A US investment firm is to fork out nearly £800 million to take a majority stake in the British hospitality company behind the Benugo, Hix and Searcys eateries.
Skoda has begun to take orders for its new Kodiaq vRS – the brand’s first performance SUV and only the third model to be given the vRS badge since its inception.
Shares in Gear4music struck a sour note on Friday after the online musical instrument seller warned over profits.
Ecotricity, the UK’s largest supplier of electric vehicle charging points, is facing criticism from its rivals for providing a poor service and holding back the country’s burgeoning EV market.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has said that 2019 must be a year of “compromise and pragmatism” as the UK prepares to leave the EU.
China has accused the UK of “deep-rooted pride and prejudice” in response to increased concern about technology firm Huawei’s involvement in upgrading the UK’s mobile network.
An artist is to plant a weeping willow as a symbol of loss and healing on the day the UK leaves the EU.
France will overtake the United Kingdom to become the world’s sixth biggest economy next year as the impact of Brexit bites, a reports has said.
Retailer Fishing Republic has collapsed into administration after failing to raise emergency funding, endangering over 100 jobs.
Wagamama staff are to receive Christmas bonuses of up to £2,000 each following the £559 million sale of the restaurant chain.
The UK risks falling from fifth to seventh in the rankings of the world’s largest economies next year, analysts have claimed.