U.S. retailer Michael Kors has agreed to buy luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo, snapping up a British brand made famous by celebrity fans including Princess Diana.
British households' financial situation has deteriorated at the fastest rate in three years this month, as families increasingly shy away from big purchases.
Drivers will see an end to tolls on the Severn Crossings in 2018, Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns has announced.
The GMB union has suspended the forthcoming strike action by Firefighters at Sellafield after last ditch talks.
The Government has said it still intends to refer Rupert Murdoch's bid to buy Sky for further scrutiny.
Some British Airways cabin crew are to strike for a further 14 days as part of an ongoing dispute over pay.
The RMT Union suspends both drivers and guards strike action on Southern Rail after and approach for direct talks from the Transport Secretary.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies has published a report which found little progress has been made in reducing absolute poverty in the UK.
Theresa May will chair the first meeting of a new business council on Thursday to discuss Brexit and the economy.
Britain will stop companies ranging from takeaway food apps to airlines from charging extra fees to those who want to use credit cards.
British inflation unexpectedly slowed last month for the first time since October, dousing expectations the Bank of England might soon raise interest rates.
Britain has awarded contracts to companies to build a new high-speed rail network, naming a string of construction firms including the crisis-hit Carillion.
Asking prices for houses and apartments in England and Wales stabilised after a drop in June, but home-buyers remain cautious according to Rightmove.
The mini living standards boom between 2013 and 2015 came to an abrupt halt in the year running up to the recent General Election, with income growth halving.
British budget airline easyJet said on Friday it would establish a new airline in Austria to protect its flying rights in the European Union once Britain leaves the bloc.
John Lewis has seen a drop in demand for big ticket items as consumer confidence takes a hit.
A National Audit Office report finds that the HMRC's new customs system may not be fully implemented in time for the UK's exit from the European Union.
Spanish train manufacturer CAF has announced plans to create 300 jobs at a new factory in Newport.
Hundreds of thousands of households could be missing out on lower water bills because they are unaware they can trial a meter for up to two years.
Unemployment in the UK is down 64,000 for the three months to May and is at the lowest rate for more than four decades.
Motorists in the UK, United States and Germany spend billions each year in time and fuel searching for parking spots.
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