Brexit: 'Households £400-a-year worse off'

Households are more than £400-a-year worse off as a result of inflation caused by the Brexit vote, a research group has claimed. A report from the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) says the average household is paying £404-a-year extra on food and household items...

West Brom sack manager Tony Pulis

[unable to retrieve full-text content]West Brom have sacked manager Tony Pulis after three years in charge, following the club’s 4-0 defeat to Chelsea on Saturday.

Crunch meeting may back £36bn Brexit pay-off

The Chancellor has said the Government is “on the brink” of unblocking Brexit negotiations, as the Prime Minister weighs up increasing her ‘divorce bill’ offer by a further €20bn (£17.8bn). It is understood Theresa May will chair a Cabinet...

British Gas to end variable tariffs by April

British Gas says it will no longer roll customers onto standard variable tariffs (SVTs) from next April – signalling the end of the controversial energy bills. The country’s largest household energy supplier said it was taking a number of “big...

MPs seek to end gig economy worker 'exploitation'

The Government is being told it could bolster workers’ rights and take in more tax by supporting proposed new rules governing the so-called gig economy. A draft Bill by the Parliamentary Work and Pensions and Business Committees aims to tackle what MPs say are...