Jeremy Corbyn sent shockwaves through the City as he unveiled plans to nationalise the UK’s broadband network, providing free internet access for every home in the country.
More than a quarter of people do not know their bank card’s Pin by heart, a survey has found.
Asda bosses have blamed “customer concerns over Brexit” after the supermarket suffered sliding sales over the past three months.
Jo Swinson has insisted Liberal Democrat plans to abolish business rates will “rescue the High Street”.
Card Factory has launched a “festive families photocard” service inspired by the likes of the Kardashians as it looks to offset tough high street conditions.
The firm behind a major housing development in Angus has confirmed it is considering firing staff just weeks before Christmas.
Boris Johnson will cut employers’ National Insurance as part of a range of tax cuts as he seeks to get the business community back on side.
Shares in BT dropped nearly 4% and TalkTalk put the sale of one of its businesses on hold after the Labour Party announced plans to turn broadband into a public service.
The owner of salad bar businesses Tossed and Vital Ingredient has become the latest high street chain to launch a painful restructuring programme after submitting plans for a company voluntary arrangement (CVA).
A tachograph firm has revealed the cost of a restructure, which led to some Dundee workers losing their jobs, was more than £2 million.