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The transport secretary asks Thanet council not to make a decision on the future of Ramsgate's port.
Councillors in Edinburgh vote in favour of the levy, which could become the first of its kind in the UK.
Babcock says the roles are no longer needed at its Rosyth dock, where two aircraft carriers have been assembled.
Bernard Matthews says bank account details of 200 employees were "potentially compromised".
The firm wrote down the value of its assets leading to a £3.4bn quarterly loss, its biggest to date.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney says the "fog of Brexit" is creating "tensions" within the economy.
Advertising revenues and profits are up, despite a fall in the number of registered users.
Brexit uncertainty and a slowing global economy prompt the Bank of England to cut its growth forecast.
The Brexit uncertainty leaves the UK in weakest environment since the crisis - and that will linger.
New rules for online firms to make gambling safer and fairer are being introduced by the regulator.
UK house prices fell by 2.9% in January compared with December, according to the Halifax.
The travel company says it is conducting a "strategic review" of its airline, which could involve a sale.
The luxury fashion brand apologised and says it will use the incident as a 'powerful learning moment'.
A new price cap could see households on default energy tariffs typically pay an extra £117 a year.
Chief executive Masayoshi Son said the record buyback would prop up the tech giant's share price.
Founder Eben Upton says the shop will attract customers who are "curious" about the tiny computer.
Meet the women around the world who are making tidying up and decluttering into a career.
Lizzie Grant gave up her job as a lawyer to become a professional organiser.
While Donald Trump wants to build his wall, Mexico's new president wants less of his countrymen and women to want to go to the US.
The website will let users know if a company has flagged its negative reviews to hide them.