Out with the pork pie and in with the Quiche

Quiche, raspberries and women’s active wear leggings are in while Edam cheese, pork pie and digital camcorders out according to the latest additions and...

The death of cash may be a little premature

Cash looks set to remain an important part of everyday life for much of the UK,both now and in the future, according to new...

Watchdogs should do more to protect consumers

Major UK regulators need to prove they are doing more to protect customers amid rising prices and a growing number of complaints, the National...

Facebook still flooded by fake reviews

Facebook is failing to stop fake review factories that are increasingly being used to mislead consumers – despite being ordered to take urgent action...

Man and women from Warrington held by police over Essex Lorry deaths

A 38-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman from Warrington have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to traffic people and on suspicion of 39...

Green light for Motorway learner drivers

Learner drivers will be allowed on motorways from next year, the government has announced today. They will be allowed on motorways with an approved driving...

Clampdown on loophole over child maintenance

New powers to stop parents avoiding paying child maintenance that they owe have been announced by the government. If a parent owes child maintenance, deductions...

Extra drinking time to celebrate Harry and Meghan’s wedding

Pubs, clubs, bars and other licensed premises could be allowed to stay open and sell alcohol on the premises later to celebrate the Royal...

Four new public holidays under a Corbyn government

The UK could have four new public holidays under a Labour government. Jeremy Corbyn will announce in a speech today that every St George’s Day...

Government announces proposals for post Brexit immigration

The Government has revealed its plans for its post Brexit immigration policy. In a White Paper published this afternoon, Low-skilled workers from EU countries will...