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The lower-cost airline aimed at younger customers which launched in 2017 would be integrated into Air France.
Drones were seen in, or close to, Gatwick's takeoff and landing zones in December, the BBC has learned.
We asked shoppers in Liverpool what they spent money on over Christmas.
The car maker says it will cut thousands of jobs as part of a £2.5bn cost-cutting plan.
Many of the UK's largest shopping chains have reported Christmas sales and it's a very mixed picture.
It's hard to know what will happen in the end, but that doesn't mean we can't give a few answers now.
Some 140,000 homeowners are trapped on loans with high interest rates. New proposals could help them.
The new building and storage tanks are part of a £10m investment from the company's American owners.
More than 600 flights are cancelled as security staff strike over pay at major German airports.
The carmaker Ford announces plans for a major shake-up of operations in the UK and mainland Europe.
Sir Charlie Mayfield, the boss of John Lewis, says the partnership has been profitable but it may not be wise to pay a bonus this year,
Retailer sees higher Christmas sales but says it will think carefully about paying its staff bonus.
Debenhams blames "volatile" trading environment for 5.7% fall in sales as it holds talks with lenders.
The UK's biggest supermarket chain reports a 2.2% rise in like-for-like sales over Christmas.
Like-for-like sales, which strip out the impact of new stores, were down 2.2% in the 13 weeks to 29 December.
US and China officials held their first formal talks since both sides agreed to a trade war truce.
It comes ahead of a Downing Street meeting between Theresa May and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The luxury car maker sold 4,107 vehicles in 2018, the most in its 115-year history.
Bike-sharing scheme ofo pulled out of Norwich after less than a year in the city.
As the boycott of Qatar by four of its neighbours enters a third calendar year, what is its continuing impact?