The energy regulator has confirmed it will pursue even tighter restrictions on how much profit energy companies can make, in a move it said will result in lower prices for customers.
Lance Armstrong has insisted he “wouldn’t change a thing” about the doping that helped him win seven editions of the Tour de France before he was subsequently stripped of the titles.
Broadband providers will be given more access to Openreach’s telegraph poles and underground tunnels to lay their own high-speed cables, under new plans drawn up by regulator Ofcom.
Theresa May’s time as prime minister has seen her party’s standing in the opinion polls both soar and slump, while her own approval ratings have been on a roller coaster ride.
Theresa May’s legacy as Prime Minister will be defined by her fateful decision to call a snap election – and the Brexit chaos that followed.
Caledonian Sleeper workers are to vote on whether they should go on strike amid claims staff are suffering “physical breakdowns” due to stress.
Stagecoach has launched its second legal action against the Government in less than a month over the Department for Transport’s decision to ban it from bidding for rail franchises.
Theresa May will fire the starting gun on a Tory leadership race when she announces her departure as Prime Minister.
Ukip deputy leader Mike Hookem has quit and will run for party leader.
Losses at Mothercare have widened on the back of a drastic restructuring plan, but the company said it will now focus on rebuilding its brand.