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Virgin Media customers worry emails gone for good

Mon, 07/03/2023 - 16:48
Some have lost access to their inboxes, and the firm cannot say when it will be fixed.

Weak competition added 6p to supermarket fuel prices

Mon, 07/03/2023 - 13:55
Drivers paid £900m extra for supermarket fuel last year due to a lack of competition, a watchdog says.

July train disruption: New Aslef overtime ban to hit services

Mon, 07/03/2023 - 12:33
Aslef drivers will refuse to work overtime for another six days, in addition to the current industrial action.

Wimbledon: Richard Curtis calls on championships to end Barclays sponsorship

Mon, 07/03/2023 - 11:11
Film director Richard Curtis says the bank is "financing and profiting from climate chaos".

New Zealand bans plastic bags for fresh produce in supermarkets

Mon, 07/03/2023 - 06:38
Supermarkets already ban take-home bags but now thin bags used for vegetables will be outlawed too.

Companies refuse to hire 'unreliable' young workers

Mon, 07/03/2023 - 06:26
Interview no shows are among the reasons some firms are not hiring under 21 year olds, a chamber says.

India Twitter ruling sparks free speech debate

Mon, 07/03/2023 - 06:25
A court has fined Twitter $61,000 for not complying with a government order to take down tweets.

Elon Musk: Tesla delivers record number of cars after price cuts

Mon, 07/03/2023 - 03:18
The electric car maker has lowered prices of vehicles in countries including the US, UK and China.

Shipping faces showdown over greenhouse gasses

Mon, 07/03/2023 - 01:20
Global maritime industry faces a major decision on curbing carbon as pressure grows for a net-zero target.

The AI trained to recognise waste for recycling

Mon, 07/03/2023 - 00:12
Video cameras powered by AI are analysing work at waste processing and recycling facilities.

Energy prices might spike this winter - IEA boss

Sun, 07/02/2023 - 23:59
Governments may need to step in again and subsidise energy bills this winter says IEA boss.

Water cremation: Co-op Funeralcare to be first UK company to offer resomation

Sun, 07/02/2023 - 15:46
The process, used in the US and Canada, will be available later this year through Co-op Funeralcare.

New Tesco chairman appointed after former quits amid claims

Sun, 07/02/2023 - 15:45
Gerry Murphy is to replace John Allan as the chairman of the supermarket giant from September.

Big Thames Water investor backs turnaround plans

Sun, 07/02/2023 - 11:47
One of the UK's largest pension funds is the first investor to come out and support Thames Water.

Rail disruption warning due to six-day train drivers' overtime ban

Sun, 07/02/2023 - 02:28
Passengers are being advised to check services before they travel over the next few days.

Shell still trading Russian gas despite pledge to stop

Sun, 07/02/2023 - 00:36
The firm is still shipping gas from Siberia despite its promise to withdraw from the Russian energy market.

Twitter temporarily restricts tweets users can see, Elon Musk announces

Sat, 07/01/2023 - 23:24
Elon Musk says verified accounts can read up to 10,000 posts a day while unverified ones are limited to 1,000.

Hundreds of jobs at risk at Boots site in Nottingham

Sat, 07/01/2023 - 10:51
Owner Fareva says the effects of political unrest and Covid has had a negative impact on business.

No free lunch for nationalisation of water firm says Lord Howard

Sat, 07/01/2023 - 10:08
Lord Howard led the privatisation of the UK's water industry more than 30 years ago.

Trainee pilots lose tens of thousands after flying schools collapse

Sat, 07/01/2023 - 03:41
Trainee pilots are urging the aviation watchdog to prevent others from losing money and qualifications.