“It’s an absolute nightmare,” says one customer, as the bank says it is working to fix the problems.
After 240 years of trading, Debenhams’s remaining stores are welcoming customers for the last time.
Flights arrive in Greece as restrictions on movement are lifted, but infections are still quite high.
The City regulator wants firms to have a Consumer Duty to ensure fairness and value in products.
Leading UK and European stocks fall as US cost of living data sends shivers through global markets.
The telecoms giant says its new full-fibre investment strategy could create up to 7,000 jobs.
It comes after the Foreign Office changed its designation for a number of destinations still listed as amber.
The UK economy shrank by 1.5% in the first three months of 2021, but picked up speed in March.
Employers’ groups and trade unions voice concern at the lack of an Employment Bill in the Queen’s Speech.
Selfridges has created a wedding suite on the fourth floor of its London department store.