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John Allan says if MPs cannot agree a deal then there should be a second referendum.
The fashion chain has concluded its investigation into harassment allegations that forced out boss.
Sir Philip Green appoints restructuring experts at his retail empire as he prepares a major overhaul.
Could Birmingham's super-sized Primark change the way young people feel about department stores?
How a group of homeowners in Scotland won a fight to have their "crumbling" new-build homes repaired.
As elections begin, India's high trade barriers are in the spotlight.
A committee of MPs says a regulator should be appointed to crack down on bailiffs
The issue has already led the Department for Transport to bar Stagecoach from bidding for franchises.
The US airline says its first transatlantic services will link London with Boston and New York from 2021.
Over 72,000 people in Singapore queue online for hours ahead of the film's release later this month.
There is concern about the future of the Trostre steel plant near Llanelli, which could be sold.
The decision follows legal proceedings against the US company on grounds of discrimination.
A US investor's share sale has fuelled speculation over the restructuring of Sir Philip's retail empire.
Shares in G4S have jumped after Canada's Garda World said it might make an offer.
Villagers brought the case for compensation over alleged pollution by the mining giant.
Lola's Cupcakes has stockpiled 10 tonnes of cream cheese ahead of Brexit to avoid its factory grinding to a halt.
Lei Jun, the founder of Chinese tech giant Xiaomi, says he will give the award to charity.
Indivior shares have plunged 70% after a US federal court alleges it carried out a "truly shameful scheme"
The economy grew 0.3% in the three months to February, official figures show, helped by stockpiling.
Stations around the UK are being upgraded so that users can purchase smart, paperless tickets.