A British coach driver was arrested in France yesterday after a bus carrying children returning to Worcestershire from a half-term skiing trip careered off a motorway, killing a teacher and injuring 23 others.
Hundreds more flights have been cancelled at Frankfurt Airport as a strike by ground workers enters its second day.
Man-for-man marking from the Six Nations match at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
It is no part of the charge against Harry Redknapp that he had an arrangement with his former club Portsmouth granting him percentage payments on any transfer fees received for players he had signed and helped to develop to the point of profit.
Train companies should be banned from imposing huge increases to rail fares, Labour said last night as passengers were braced for price hikes of more than 10 per cent in some cases.
Their trial for a subway bombing in Belarus raised as many questions as answers. But, amid claims of false confessions and to cries of disgust, two friends have been sentenced to death
Thomas Cook remained defiant about its long-term future yesterday, despite its share price plummeting by 75 per cent after it warned of "deterioration" in its recent trading and its "cash and liquidity position".
Car giant Jaguar Land Rover brought some welcome good news to the economy today by announcing 1,000 new jobs as part of its drive to boost production over the next five years.
A collapse so early indicates how tough the Mediterranean travel trade is finding summer
Staff and residents at more than 500 care homes were left unsure over who would be running them today after Southern Cross announced plans to shut down.
The man who pays his way
The landlords of care homes operator Southern Cross have thrown the stricken company a lifeline by saying they are prepared to make significant financial concessions to the company.
P&O Cruises is to build a 141,000-tonne cruise liner - the largest to be created specifically for the British market, it was announced today.
David Phelan explores how to solve the problem of flaky mobile phone signal
Long absent from cash machines and, increasingly, our wallets, crisp five pound notes will soon become a more common sight after the Bank of England promised to improve their quality and availability. In a speech to the Currency Cycle Conference in Barcelona on Monday, the head of the Bank's notes division, Victoria Cleland, said the 10 largest cash machine operators have agreed to increase the frequency of the fiver.
Whether you want the thrill of white water or a gentle meander down river, there's a paddling trip for you, says Rhiannon Batten