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The UK's main manufacturing body lambasts plans for a minimum salary threshold for skilled migrants.
Customers suffer regular operational and security incidents, BBC analysis of new data reveals.
Daimler and BMW are the latest to join forces as new technologies threaten to upend the car industry.
Venture capitalist Sir Michael Moritz steps in after the literary award's previous sponsor withdrew.
As Georgia aims to boost wine exports, can its unique but sometimes challenging bottles find more fans?
Congress said the Trump administration should hold out for a substantive deal with China.
The closure of Pakistan's airspace has prompted several airlines to reroute or suspend services.
The Danish toymaker set out plans to open 80 stores in China as growth rebounded from last year.
Animal welfare activists say 'hats off to Selfridges' for removing the products from its shelves.
The BBC and ITV-run service has been more than a decade in the making. Is it too little, too late?