Greedy train firms are failing to pass on millions in compensation cash for delays to long-suffering passengers, the Sunday People can reveal.
Trust in politicians is "approaching rock bottom" with only 19% of the public thinking they were largely telling the truth during the EU referendum campaign, researchers have said.
Lloyds subsidiaries will receive payouts when RBS settles claims over its ill-fated �12bn rights issue in 2008, Sky News learns. 15:32, UK, Saturday 03 December 2016.
Saudi Arabia's then-minister of Oil and Mineral Resources Ali al-Naimi (bottom R) is surrounded by journalists as he attended the 168th Ordinary meeting of OPEC at the cartel's headquarters in Vienna, on December 4, 2015.
The new five pound note is said to be stronger, cleaner and safer, but vegans and vegetarians are calling for it to be replaced. Photograph: Frank Augstein/AP.