December 05, 2020


Defence chiefs are in talks about a move to take over one of Britain's oldest steelmakers in an attempt to shore up the supply chain of Britain's nuclear submarine fleet.

Britannia has been ranked the UK's worst hotel chain for the eighth consecutive year, after guests described their venues as "filthy".

Shareholders in the Tote are placing a fresh £20m wager on the company's growth ambitions as it prepares to diversify into Britain's vast football betting market next year.

Talks on a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU are at a "critical phase" as they go down to the wire in London.

Talks on a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU are expected to continue into the night, with the bloc's chief negotiator staying in London.

The pot of business rates relief money that major retailers have offered to return to taxpayers has risen to almost £2bn.

Primark's owner says autumn COVID-19 lockdowns have resulted in an estimated £430m hit to sales - but insists the fashion chain remains on track to deliver improved annual profits.

Office Christmas parties are "dead for now", with most employees preferring cash instead of some form of virtual get-together, according to a new survey.

An investigation to find where around £50bn of "missing" banknotes have been "stashed" should be launched, a committee monitoring the effectiveness of public spending has said.

Warner Bros will release all of its 2021 films, including Dune and The Matrix 4, online on the same day they hit cinemas.

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