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The jewellery firm is the latest company to be hit by controversy over the description of Hong Kong.
Government contingency planning means the UK is becoming prepared for a no-deal Brexit, says Lord Wolfson.
Parents recalled spending more than £200 per child on uniform when surveyed by the government.
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The industry says a no-deal Brexit would "place a considerable strain" on the retail sector.
The US would consider negotiating deals on "sector-by-sector" basis, says a senior Trump aide.
The consultancy firm said "conduct issues" had been raised concerning Tim Howarth.
Some of the country's most traded stocks have lost one third of their value in just two hours.
The firm's founder says he will visit the van, which was destroyed by thieves, for "emotional closure".
The primaries are a good indicator of who may win the presidential elections later this year.
East Kilbride-based firm Goals says its two founders are part of a probe into historic financial irregularities.
Burford, which saw its shares halve last week, says traders sought to deliberately depress the price.
The tit-for-tat move deepens the rift between the nations, inflamed by a row over wartime compensation.
The UK plans to give new powers to the media regulator in order to comply with EU law.
The airline has already sacked two employees for conduct tied to demonstrations in Hong Kong.
Stockton-on-Tees has made great efforts to regenerate its town centre, but with mixed results.
Young entrepreneurs move beyond bar work to earn enough to enjoy university life.
The luxury label is the latest firm to face backlash for not adhering to China's territorial claims.
Complaints about UK betting companies have increased almost 5,000% in the past five years.