UK to fund meals for Commonwealth veterans at risk of poverty
Britain will spend almost £12m funding two meals a day for thousands of Commonwealth veterans who served in the British military but are now in need.
Children’s personal online details being collected from birth by social media companies [VIDEO]
Vast volumes of personal data are being collected about children from social media, public services and even toys with the potential to have an impact on […]
‘More than 7,000’ still watching black and white TV across UK
It has been half a century since the dawn of colour television, but more than 7,000 people across the UK are still watching in black and […]
Dyson wins court ruling on EU vacuum cleaner energy rules
Dyson has won a court ruling over EU laws governing energy labels for vacuum cleaners, saying it is a victory for consumers over anti-competitive practices.
Toshiba to wind up UK nuclear power venture in restructuring programme
Toshiba has confirmed plans to wind up its UK nuclear venture behind the development of the planned Moorside power station in Cumbria.
Sainsbury’s faces ‘uncertain’ consumer outlook as Christmas looms
Sainsbury’s says the consumer spending outlook is "uncertain" as retailers gear up for the crucial Christmas trading season amid a crisis facing the high street.
Takeaway bosses jailed over teen’s allergy death after manslaughter conviction
Two takeaway bosses have been jailed for the manslaughter of a teenager who suffered a fatal allergic reaction to a takeaway meal.