Thomas Cook has confirmed it will pay �55.8m to take full control of The Co-operative Travel, a business it set up with the Co-operative Group.
Labour has accused the Government of putting the nation's railways on the "slippery slope back to the bad old days of Railtrack" with plans to shake up who is in charge of rail infrastructure.
Jorgen Vig Knudstorp once said he hoped his job as Lego's chief executive was “for life”. So the news that the man who saved the Danish toymaker from financial disaster is vacating the role after 12 years is momentous.
The Plough at Cadsden has seen its popularity surge among thirsty Chinese tourists keen to enjoy a pint like President Xi Jinping.
Train bosses and union leaders have a "moral duty" to end the disruption caused by rail strikes, a group of Church of England bishops has said, as another wave of walkouts brought misery to travellers.