BT chief blasts ‘cynical’ Sky for downgrading broadband repairs as Openreach row intensifies

The head of BT’s consumer business has launched a scathing attack on Sky, accusing his rival of “cynicism”, "lies" and “sinking to a new low”, after it emerged it cut its...

FTSE 100 hits 16-month high and pound plunges below $1.29 as Theresa May sets...

London’s FTSE 100 charged to a 16-month high, but fell just four points short of smashing 7,000 in intraday trade, after the pound slumped towards a three-decade low on Theresa May’s...

Consumer confidence bounces back to pre-EU referendum levels

Consumer confidence bounced-back to pre-EU referendum levels in September as households shrugged off Brexit jitters and continued to spend. All five measures used to compile GfK’s closely-watched confidence index climbed this month,...

Blow to BMW workers as car maker plans to close final salary pensions to...

German car giant BMW is on a collision course with its UK workers over plans to  stop  5,000 employees from making fresh contributions to its two gold-plated final salary pension schemes,...

Britain has the edge over EU nations in trade talks, says Civitas

rade between Britain and the EU creates far more jobs on the continent than it creates in the UK, giving the remaining 27 nations a substantial incentive to strike a positive...

Get ready for the mother of all stock market corrections once central banks cease...

Global stock and bond markets have been all over the place of late. Rarely have investors been so lacking in conviction. Confusion as to future direction reigns, and with good reason...

Kingfisher cheers property market with new HQ search

Kingfisher, the retailer behind B&Q and ScrewFix, is seeking a giant new London headquarters, a deal which would be a fillip for the commercial property market after the Brexit vote. The company...

Market volatility returns: £50bn wiped off FTSE 100 in three days and pound skids...

  £50bn wiped off the FTSE 100 in three trading session as sell-off intensifies European bourses close lower as oil prices tumble after IEA report  Pound posts sharpest fall since Bank...

Liberty frontrunner in deal to save almost 2,000 UK jobs at Tata Steel

Industrial and commodities group Liberty House is in pole position to buy Tata’s speciality and pipe businesses in a deal that could save close to 2,000 jobs. The Daily Telegraph understands that...

The world’s 10 best cities to live in

The world's 10 best cities to live in, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit global “liveability” study, which looks at how “tolerable” it is to live in a particular place given...