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Fishing leaders, skippers and traders are seeking more specifics on the draft agreement on leaving the EU.
Analysts say the worse than expected 0.5% fall in sales suggests shoppers are cutting back spending.
Boss says performance has been disappointing but vows to continue cutting costs and improving productivity.
The ride-sharing firm's losses grew in the third quarter, with a slight rise in revenues and bookings.
Worldwide sales of blood plasma are increasingly strongly, but is it ethically right that people should be paid to donate it?
The UK toy sector banks on the surge in Christmas sales of "surprise" collectable toys after a troubled year.
Environmental Audit Committee says cheap hand car washes should be licensed to prevent "modern slavery".
A UK government letter emphasises "unrivalled corporate tax support" to attract production to Bridgend.
The technology company's retail chief reveals the initiative as she is given the Stop Slavery Award.
The former banker convicted of fraud has been flown out of the UK despite a campaign to stop deportation.
The winner of a big education prize grew up thinking poor families like his could not go to university.
Calendars featuring gifts like cosmetics or wine have become a huge hit, but are there too many of them?
Entrepreneur James Hind came up with the idea for his £15m website Carwow because he realised how much people dislike buying cars.
Carrie Gracie, who quit as the BBC's China editor in protest over being paid less than her male peers, says pay discrimination is embedded in our culture.