A German bid to buy the London Stock Exchange was in tatters last night after EU competition watchdogs intervened. The European Commission stepped in over fears the deal could create a monopoly.
Sterling came under pressure on Monday as investors fretted about the prospects of a second Scottish independence referendum, which could compound Brexit uncertainties.
When is a Trojan horse not a Trojan horse? When it is a branch of Waterstones. So says managing director James Daunt, eager to reassure retailers and readers after the chain came under fire for opening three unbranded branches in the past three years ...
The Government has defeated the first challenge in the Lords to its plan to trigger Brexit negotiations next month. Peers voted against an amendment to the Brexit Bill demanding the UK retains its membership of the European single market.
The property tycoon Irvine Sellar, who once founded a famous sixties fashion store and later developed the Shard skyscraper in London, has died at the age of 82 after a short illness.