China's Jingye has agreed to buy the whole company, but is reportedly furious about developments in France.
Users say they have had to wait days to get their money out and have struggled to get information.
Debts including credit card debt and personal loans have risen 11% to £119bn in two years.
One of the troubled firm's largest shareholders wants to lend it £55m through costly, high-interest bonds.
Transport and schools are severely affected as millions threaten to strike over pension changes.
The Lotus Evija goes into production next year and Click gets a look at what drivers can expect.
The Chinese company filed the case after it was labelled as a security threat by Washington.
Star Wars fans really want toys of the Child, but it will not be out until next year.
The move will as much as quadruple the rate it charges some customers.
The greetings card chain will be sold back to its existing owners, saving 2,500 jobs.
M&G blamed "Brexit-related political uncertainty" and difficulties in the retail sector for the freeze.
The pound is the highest against the dollar in seven months and the highest against the euro since May 2017.
The chief executive of Google is now in charge of its parent company Alphabet.
Trevor Phillips says UK's biggest firms are failing to improve ethnic diversity in leadership roles.
The prime minister set out his plan just hours after the US warned France of import tariffs.
A Christmas ad for the exercise bike firm has been mocked on social media as being "out of touch".
The Swift system has securely transferred data for decades, but faces growing geopolitical pressure.
Cayman Islands campaigners are fighting to stop coral reefs being dredged for bigger cruise liners.
The TV advert received the third highest number of complaints this year, the regulator says.
The party promises new spending on trains, buses and trams outside London.