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Updated: 26 min 18 sec ago
Trading Standards warns homeowners to be careful when using quick-sale estate agents.
The World Economic Forum at Davos produced rows over climate change and trade, but little consensus.
Ian Siddall says the troubled department store owes him £25,000 for thousands of handbags.
The plane has been grounded since March 2019 after two fatal crashes.
The company confirmed last week that it was seeking a loan on "commercial" terms.
Nearly 180 jobs are at risk at the gift and toy company, which has 19 shops across the UK.
MPs say it is "woefully naive" for betting firms to lead a review into schemes for VIP customers.
The online giant has won an appeal against a local council over mezzanines.
The pub chain says it wants to deter "unruly behaviour" in pubs by children left unsupervised.
UK manufacturing and services saw their best month for more than a year in January, a survey suggests.
About 10% of the workforce could be axed if the firm is bought by China's Jingye, three unions say.
The firm says it plans to build up to 15 of the mini reactors, which can be delivered by a lorry.
A key investor reacts angrily to news of a competition inquiry into the planned £5.9bn deal.
Airlines and hotels are having to pay out refunds to tourists affected by the deadly outbreak.
The move comes after criticism over the lack of safety issues offered by dating apps.
John Stumpf has also been banned from working for US national banks after a fake accounts scandal.
Supermarket giant says the change will remove 350 million tonnes of plastic from the environment.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the energy drink became a million dollar idea.
The company said it was sorry for the confusion caused by plans to stop sending updates to legacy speakers.
A French think tank called Atelier Luma is investigating whether treated algae can be used an an alternative material to plastic.