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Customers can take unopened alcohol to their destination, the train service has clarified.
The bathroom specialist will stay open while the administrator tries to find a buyer for the 135-strong chain.
Hundreds of staff in Boston are protesting over Wayfair helping to furnish US border detention camps.
The UK is facing increasing competition from countries such as Ireland, France and Germany.
The Swedish company's joint venture BoKlok is working with Worthing council to build affordable homes.
New carriages featuring double beds were due to be introduced, but will now be diverted to Glasgow and Edinburgh instead.
Shares in the fashion chain have plunged as it backed a previously spurned takeover by billionaire Philip Day.
China halted imports of some Canadian pork products as tensions between the countries rise.
The Midlands Rail Hub said it wanted to create space for 24 extra passenger trains an hour by 2033.
Guildford has introduced a fleet of electric buses for its park and ride service to the town centre.
Is it really the miracle product of the free market, as many economists have claimed?
The pound's fall has made life tougher for some foreign workers, but for many firms it's been good news.
A huge acceleration in the use of robots will affect jobs around the world, Oxford Economics says.
A father-of-five speaks of living in destitution - a reality for many behind closed doors. a charity says.
The US city, home to market leader Juul, is the first to ban sales in-store and from online retailers.
Customer queries best before date on burger relish in a calendar last used more than 350 years ago.
The fighter jets were scrambled after an apparent mix-up between air traffic control and the pilots.
How do you stop colleagues from nicking your sandwiches and milk from the office fridge?
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries agree to buy the CRJ aircraft programme for $550m (£432m),
The loss of Kerry Foods - the biggest employer in Burton-upon-Trent - is "crushing", unions said.