Renewables bid to share £300m

Renewable electricity projects will be able to bid for a share of £300 million subsidies for new schemes this autumn, the Department of Energy has ...

Aid cuts 'helped Ebola spread'

International aid cuts for two of the world's poorest countries might have contributed to the spread of the Ebola virus, MPs warned as a summit was ...

Virgin Money reveals shares detail

Virgin Money announced details of its long-awaited stock market flotation today which will see £50 million returned to the taxpayer following its ...

Homeowners 'have no rate rise plan'

More than half of mortgage holders have no plan in place for how they will cope with interest rate rises, according to research from a ...

UK

No risk from Help to Buy - Bank

The Bank of England will not ask for changes to the Government's Help to Buy scheme after finding it does not pose a risk to financial stability and ...

Ryanair 'axes cabin crew calendar'

Ryanair has called time on its calendar of cabin crew in bikinis, according to reports.

Renewables bid to share £300m

Renewable electricity projects will be able to bid for a share of £300 million subsidies for new schemes this autumn, the Department of Energy has ...

Singer Lynsey de Paul dies at 64

Singer-songwriter Lynsey de Paul, who scored top 10 hits, wrote TV themes and represented the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest, has died at the age ...

Jail terms for failed smugglers

A gang who attempted to smuggle illegal immigrants into the UK through a quiet village quay have been jailed.

Facebook in drag queens U-turn

Facebook has apologised to transgender and drag queen users whose accounts were deleted for violating its policy on using real names.

Write-off boost for Wonga debtors

Wonga is to write off the debts of 330,000 customers after it admitted it has made loans to people who could not afford to repay them.