Agrégateur de flux
A late flurry of deadline-day signings takes Premier League spending for the summer up to £1.41bn, just short of the £1.43bn record set in 2017.
Sajid Javid said an accelerated one-year spending review would help departments to prepare for Brexit.
Investors take flight as the taxi-hailing company reports its biggest quarterly loss.
SoulCycle and Equinox, famous for celebrity clients, in storm over owner's support for the president.
One in four firms holding a test subject's data released it to her partner without her permission.
Fears about Brexit and Labour's tax policies are driving out non-doms, say experts.
UK train companies will stay part of the Interrail scheme, reversing Wednesday's decision.
Donald Trump bemoans the strong dollar, amid fears the US-China dispute could become a currency war.
The refunds, for a text alert failure, come as it also faces anger over a separate technical error.
The group were persuaded to transfer dormant pensions into another scheme by unregulated salesmen.
Subscribers complain of being charged large sums and in some cases of having their service cut off.
The Treasury said there were already enough in circulation so no new ones were needed.
Shares in Burford fell 66% on Wednesday after Carson Block's Muddy Waters bet against the firm.
The surprise rise in exports in July comes as Beijing braces for a fresh round of US tariffs.
What Car? magazine experts say the latest models with keyless entry systems can easily be hijacked.
There's a growing fashion for fossils, but some argue it is undermining scientific research.
Surveyors say the market is "pretty much flatlining" - although parts of the UK are still seeing prices rise.
How is the Spanish clothing giant able to buck the trend of many of its struggling High Street competitors?
The row is over pay and conditions, with the pilots' union announcing plans for two walkouts.
Workers occasionally listen to calls that have been translated to check the quality of translations.