The ONS's second estimate of growth for the three months to June didn't feature any major revisions, but the breakdown of the data didn't match expectations, with the weak pound and Brexit uncertainty hitting household spending and business investment ...
A German supermarket has emptied its shelves in an effort to make a point about racism and diversity. The Edeka store in Hamburg removed foreign-made products from its stock, replacing them with sign bearing anti-xenophobia slogans.
More woe for the British consumer and retailers has just dropped from the Confederation of British Industry. Retail sales volumes fell in August at their fastest pace since July 2016, according to the CBI's latest survey.
Manufacturers churned out 8% more vehicles than in the same month last year as they geared up for the key month of September. 10:27, UK, Thursday 24 August 2017.
Sky's Ian King writes that the euro's strengthening against many international currencies poses a few problems for it. 16:57, UK, Wednesday 23 August 2017.