EasyJet 'hanging by a thread', says union official
The airline disputes the claims made in a leaked recording obtained by the BBC.
Coronavirus: Shoppers lost £100m in vouchers expiring in lockdown - Which?
A quarter of people had vouchers that expired when shops were shut, a survey by Which? suggests.
Thomas Cook staff: Redundant twice in a year
A year on from the firm’s collapse, many staff are still out of work while others have set up businesses.
Singapore in world first for facial verification
The technology is being rolled out countrywide as part of Singapore's national identity scheme.
'Lack of investment' behind delayed court cases
Court cases face serious delays in the UK and lawyers say vestment in technology would help.
Brexit: Why is it so hard to reach a deal?
Time is running out to reach a Brexit deal - what are the obstacles?
'My bank is shutting my account because of Brexit'
Thousands of British expats living in the EU have been told their bank accounts are being closed.
Contact-tracing app: First version worked on more phones
The first version of the NHS England and Wales app was trialled on the Isle of Wight.
'It’s OK to make losses early on'
The co-founder of Beans Coffee Club says it’s OK to make losses when you start your business, but make sure it’s money you can afford to lose.
William Hill: Takeover battle looms for UK bookmaker
Shares in the betting giant jump by a third after it says it has received two rival bid approaches.
The black-owned coffee firm that became a bestseller
US firm Blk & Bold has seen sales surge this year on the back of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Coronavirus economy: The 'banker ladies' saving friends from debt
Amid a pandemic and economic crisis, minority communities turn to traditional saving methods to help.
Wigs: A new fashion trend for black men?
A start-up in London is on a mission to make wigs cool, with a focus on young, black men.
Coronavirus: Working from home 'costs central London £2.3bn'
More than £500m per month was lost to businesses who rely on office workers, research suggests.
Covid-19: What has it meant for the 'busiest' trains?
Data for autumn 2019 shows 22% of passengers into London were standing. That was before Covid-19 struck.
European Commission to challenge Apple tax bill verdict
EU court ruling that the tech giant does not have to pay hefty back taxes to Ireland goes back to court.
Tesco joins Morrisons to limit sales of some items
Limits on loo roll and flour are back as supermarkets act to prevent a repeat of March's panic buying.
Covid: Jobs scheme 'won't stop major rise in unemployment'
A think tank warns that the chancellor's new jobs support scheme will not live up to its promise.
Cardinal Becciu: Vatican official forced out in rare resignation
Cardinal Becciu has left his post and given up his rights as cardinal, the Holy See has confirmed.
Job Support Scheme will make 'zero difference' to restaurants
A restaurant boss says the chancellor's new jobs scheme will do nothing to protect his staff.
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