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City executive funds 'final' MH370 search

A London-based hedge fund millionaire is helping to finance the "final" search for the missing Malaysia Airlines aircraft which disappeared nearly four years? ago,...

Tesco to stop selling energy drinks to children

Tesco has become the latest supermarket chain to ban the sale of energy drinks to children. From March, the supermarket will ask customers to prove...

UK Bombardier staff 'relief' after trade ruling

Aircraft manufacturer Bombardier has won its case against plans for huge tariffs on its US imports which had put thousands of jobs at risk...

Boos as Trump attacks 'fake' media in Davos

Donald Trump said America is "roaring back" as he hailed his "successful" first year in office - but his attack on the "fake" media...

Metro Rod Aberdeen franchise expand into 2018

Metro Rod Aberdeen Franchisees expand into surrounding franchise territories Just a handful of months after taking over the Metro Rod Aberdeen area, Nick and Angela...

Pizza Hut Restaurant & Take Away Franchise Review

A review of the Pizza Hut Restaurant & Takeaway Franchise One of the most instantly recognisable chains on the high street, Pizza Hut has been...

Hammond calls for Brexit 'middle way' after fury

Downing Street has insisted it still has "full confidence" in Philip Hammond, as the Chancellor doubled down on comments that sparked fury from Brexiteers. Speaking...

Race to clinch trade deals as May heads to China

Downing Street is racing to finalise dozens of corporate deals between British and Chinese companies as Theresa May prepares for her first visit as...

Growth has improved – but should do better

On the face of it, news that the UK economy grew more strongly than expected during the final three months of the year is...

UK economic growth 'better than expected'

The UK economy grew by a better than expected 0.5% in the fourth quarter of 2017 but remains "slower and uneven", official figures show. Britain's...

'We're being sold from company to company'

Outsourced workers at the University of London are campaigning to be brought in-house, holding a strike on Thursday to support their demands. Cleaners, security guards,...