Ofgem hands over case after admitting staff contact could compromise impartiality
Manufacturers say 'worst is behind' the sector – but that doesn't fit the Brexit narrative
Announcement comes two months after newspaper claims pharmacy giant was 'milking the NHS'
New £10 and £20 notes will follow, but there are no plans for a £50 model
Tom Watson calls for action against 'avaricious plan' as financiers look to cash in on referendum vote
More than 40 farms in north-east will have to pay around £26,000 a year to retain supply contract
Administrators to close brand's 120 standalone stores after receiving no 'viable' rescue offers
Britain's largest bookseller stops selling digital books and signs deal with Kobo
More than 1,000 projects were started in the UK last year, creating 42,000 jobs
Legislation also bans smaller packet sizes and healthy-sounding phrases on boxes
Soft drinks boss says trend towards 'better for you' consumption is 'an opportunity' not a setback
Despite a 'cooling off' in house prices, the number of job vacancies is close to a record high
Incendiary comments come in the wake of 600 job cuts
People have a high risk of slipping into low-income poverty, but are also "much more likely to escape"
Web giant accused of doctoring results to promote its own pay-for services
Delays in getting a verdict cause UK government body to scupper Holyrood-approved project
Internet giant bans high-interest short-term lenders from touting their wares online
Reports suggest Downing Street intervention has now ruled out a full sell-off
British luxury confectioner’s £167m listing signals 'renaissance of chocolate companies'
Trinity Mirror's experimental paper will publish its last issue on Friday, after sales slump to 30,000 a day