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The carmaker says it will do "whatever is necessary", following a report it could move production abroad.
The cost of a semi-detached houses rose the fastest, but the overall pace of house price growth slowed.
UK inflation falls to 1.8% in January, down from 2.1% the previous month, official figures show.
The newspaper has apologised after falsely accusing Redrow founder Steve Morgan of "greedy" practices.
The IFO Institute warns German business is "suffering already" from uncertainty about the UK's exit.
Chinese and US officials meet this week in Beijing for high-level talks aimed at halting the trade war.
British pensioners in Europe worry about healthcare costs in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Overwork is a longstanding problem in Japan and companies are turning to technology for solutions.
The check-in desks of hotels are becoming the front line for detecting victims of human trafficking.
Some women in Japan are moving away from the custom of giving 'obligation chocolates' to male colleagues.
Cartoon figures and young stars will be banned from many adverts in a bid to protect children.
With less than 50 days until Brexit, critical questions remain, says the British Chambers of Commerce.
As taxi drivers face the prospect of extra criminal checks, one woman tells of being assaulted by her driver.
Mr Trump says he is "not happy" about the border security deal but does not expect a second shutdown.
The trains will run on time - at least temporarily - while the UK and EU renegotiate terms.
Analysis of HMRC data by the Scotch Whisky Association finds exports grew by 7.8% to £4.7bn last year.
There will be no flights in or out for 24 hours from 21:00 GMT on Tuesday due to a strike.
The Bank of England governor urges MPs to solve the Brexit impasse amid warnings of slowing global growth.
The government says highway safety issues at Roseacre Wood "have not been satisfactorily addressed".
John Haynes hit upon the idea of a motor manual when helping a friend fix a car.