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Updated: 19 min 13 sec ago
The government has hired consultants to help it ensure supplies of food and medicines after Brexit.
Regulators approve rules to make it easier for carriers to stop millions of automated calls.
The former US president and first lady will create a series of podcasts for the streaming service.
The maker of Glen's vodka and High Commissioner whisky is bought in a deal thought to be worth about £400m.
The Treasury Committee head says investors in the Woodford Equity Income Fund should not pay fees.
Dissatisfaction over punctuality and reliability has eroded trust in rail operators, research suggests.
A major report charts the drop in cash use, but 1.9 million people still deal primarily in notes and coins.
The insurance company says the cuts will be made over three years from its 30,000-strong workforce.
Wren Kitchens plans to spend £120m building a new factory at its North Lincolnshire headquarters.
The deal comes as the Chinese firm faces a backlash in the West over the security of its products.
The announcement followed a failed attempt by Renault board members to reach a decision on the offer.
Negotiations will continue, but the US president says there has been "not nearly enough" progress.
The European Commission recommends that legal action be launched against Italy over its growing debt.
Young people in private rented accommodation are now less likely to move for work, say researchers.
People who invested money with the stockpicker's troubled fund raise concerns with how it was sold.
Once considered a poor man's tipple, Sri Lankan spirit arrack is now a hip drink around the world.
There are renewed fears for the future of Ford's Bridgend plant, with unions called to a meeting.
A meeting to rescue the troubled Arcadia group is adjourned after an initial rejection of the deal.
St James Place has said it will drop Neil Woodford as a manager of its £3.5bn high-income fund.
The sports retailer, which is controlled by Mike Ashley, makes a £51.9m bid for Game Digital.