LONDON Britain's FTSE 100 ended slightly firmer on Friday, led higher by Royal Mail, with the blue-chip index posting its biggest weekly gain for six weeks.
The boss of the company formerly known as Quindell has insisted the firm has put its scandal-hit past behind it, despite the troubled business slumping to yet another heavy annual loss.
George Osborne announced austerity plans for the UK when he took over at the Treasury in 2010. Photograph: Matt Cardy/AFP/Getty Images.
Regulators are taking a look at Sainsbury's planned takeover of Argos amid competition concerns, it has been announced. 17:19, UK, Friday 27 May 2016.
Pensioners were last night told they face losing 'dramatic' sums of money if Britain votes to stay in the European Union. The warning flies in the face of George Osborne's claim that Brexit would cost every pensioner up to �32,000 - and asserts that ...