Unemployment in the UK fell by 57,000 in the three months to June, official figures show, bringing the jobless rate down to 4.4% - its lowest since 1975.
A mother has launched an appeal to find the kind-hearted stranger who came to the rescue of her stranded daughter, buying her an �85 train ticket.
Two schoolboys helped themselves to �300-worth of food and alcohol after they hid in a Sainsbury's store and were locked in overnight, it has been reported.
New York activist fund Elliott Management appears to have called a temporary ceasefire in its campaign to force change at BHP Billiton, saying it was encouraged by statements from incoming chairman Ken MacKenzie and recent moves by the miner.
BILLING blunders by energy firms cost customers more than �102 million last year, according to new research. Around 1.3 million households were overcharged by an average of �79 each by suppliers - and many are still waiting for a refund, according to ...