The store is back on top thanks to an extreme makeover
Fresh Meat co-star Greg McHugh joins Jack Whitehall for the Bad Education Christmas special
The fortunes of the UK’s largest 100 companies are well publicised. You may note the FTSE 100 always tends to be the quoted index in the financial press and thus investors could be excused for focusing their attention on these corporate behemoths. Yet it is not terribly representative of the UK economy. For starters, the top 20 stocks account for nearly 50 per cent of the entire index and are largely international businesses.
Leisure giant TUI Travel, owner of the Thomson and First Choice holiday brands, posted record profits last year as more Brits opted for its all-inclusive package holidays.
Soaring prices and poor customer service have contributed to a surge in complaints from energy customers - with npower receiving a higher rate of customer dissatisfaction than any other “big six” company.
Customers found pills inside two separate four chocolate and nut ice cream cones
Theresa May promises she will ‘respond to the needs of high-value and high-profile’ tycoons
Something to declare
Britain’s biggest budget airline cancelled a late-night flight – then told passengers to wait 86 years and one day for a replacement.
Whitehall officials told air coolers could have 'potential impact on electrical supplies' and present a 'risk to electric shock'
David Cameron has demanded Google do more to rid the internet of child pornography, warning that lives are being put at risk.
Eleanor Doughty has been forced to hang on the line one too many times...
Npower has been rated the worst power supplier in Britain for the second year in a row.
The sandwich and coffee chain’s reputation is being challenged
The customer is always right. Or so they say...
One Thomson worker forgot the classic mantra when they sent a series of rather rude emails to someone who had booked a holiday with them - and dared to make a complaint.
X Factor contestant Christopher Maloney today expressed his dismay at receiving online "death threats" from show fans who are angered that he has continued in the competition.