David Cameron would consider supporting a temporary price cap on energy tariffs, his spokesman has said, after the competition watchdog said the plan would lead to cheaper bills for 70 per cent of households.
Marks & Spencer has “alienated” its core customers and “must return to the drawing board”, according to a brutal assessment of the retailer's fashion range by one of its shareholders and former designers.
... * Defence opens case in trial of alleged Libor manipulator. * Defendant Hayes, former UBS, Citigroup trader, takes stand. * Hayes denies dishonesty, says wanted to do job well.
STRASBOURG: Angry European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker berated euro MPs who heckled him for looking at his phone during a parliamentary debate today, saying he was texting the Greek prime minister.
Rolls-Royce has had �2bn wiped off its market value since Warren East took the helm of the engineering group. Mr East officially took charge as chief executive on Friday, with the FTSE 100 company valued at �16.1bn when the markets closed the previous ...