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The Civil Aviation Authority has aircraft on standby in case Thomas Cook falls into administration.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says that people will be taken care of if Thomas Cook collapses.
The tour operator will hold a crisis meeting with key players on Sunday in a bid to avoid insolvency.
Sources suggest the government is reluctant to bail out the struggling travel company.
Sirius Minerals has 85,000 small investors, but the company's troubles mean many are stuck in a hole.
The Met Police says catalytic converter thefts almost doubled due to precious metal prices rising.
The move comes amid mounting calls to ban the products, which have been linked to a deadly outbreak of lung illness.
Police say mining giant Vale and German auditor Tüv Süd used falsified documents to certify the dam.
The UK announces projects to power seven million homes with wind power - and no need for subsidy.
The surprise move is part of efforts to revive investment and spur growth in Asia's third largest economy.
The banking veteran will become the first woman to lead one of the UK's big four banks.
Amazon and Google are among global firms setting out new green energy plans as climate pressure rises.
Hinkley Point C, the UK's new nuclear power plant in Somerset, is due to open in 2025.
Scottish Leather Group's new facility, opening in 2020, will produce high-end car seat upholstery.
Publishers say VAT charged on e-books and audiobooks unfairly pushes up prices for the partially sighted.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how Scrabble became a million dollar idea.
Big companies are offering internships via the internet, but are they a valuable experience?
The US central bank has pumped more than $200bn into the financial markets this week. Should we worry?
The troubled travel firm must find £200m in extra contingency funds before banks will agree a deal.
The home rental site's floatation is expected to be one of the highest profile market debuts of 2020.