post 25 May 2016
Read more from Helia Ebrahimi on her blog Tata Steel: secret plan to rewrite pension law

People involved in the discussions say the law could become a Pandora's box with "dangerous implications" for all UK pension schemes and employees.

article 25 April 2016 UK
BHS goes into administration

High street department chain BHS is going into administration, putting almost 11,000 jobs at risk.

article 11 March 2016 UK
Sports Direct's Mike Ashley blasts 'antagonistic' MP

Mike Ashley says he is "disgusted" by an MP's "deliberately antagonistic" stance towards his company Sports Direct.

article 07 March 2016 UK
EDF finance chief quits over Hinkley nuclear project

A senior EDF Energy executive resigns over the company's plans to build the first new nuclear power station in Britain for 25 years.

article 02 March 2016 UK
'Work till you drop' warning on pensions

Some people may have to work till they are 81 to build up a decent pension pot, according to a report.

article 24 February 2016 UK
Didcot collapse: 'unlikely' three missing people still alive

Three people missing following the collapse of a building at Didcot power station are "highly unlikely" to be alive, according to the emergency services.

article 22 February 2016 UK
Boris Johnson: 'There will always be bickering and moaning'

Mayor of London Boris Johnson is asked about his thoughts on the EU referendum, following his announcement that he is joining the Leave campaign.

article 12 February 2016 UK
Independent print edition to close

The print edition of the Independent is to close after 30 years as the newspaper goes digital only.

post 29 January 2016
Read more on Cathy Newman's blog Barbie's long-awaited make over

Finally toy manufacturers appear to be waking up to the idea that make-believe has got to be a little more believable. Mattel has belatedly tumbled to the potential link between falling sales and its