Britons living in EU tell MPs they are forgotten victims of Brexit

Campaigners say 1.2 million people being treated like hostages during negotiations British people living and working in the EU say they feel like the “forgotten victims” of Brexit who are being used...

Qatar Airways CEO apologises for suggesting a woman could not do his job

Akbar Al Baker offers ‘heartfelt apologies’ after saying firm has to be led by a man The boss of Qatar Airways, who sits on the board of Heathrow, has offered his “heartfelt...

Apple’s new ‘digital wellbeing’ tools aim to help reduce screen time

‘Screen Time’ app show how long you spend on each app and lets people set daily limits Apple has unveiled digital wellbeing tools to help people reduce the time they spend glued...

Aunt Bessie’s to be sold to Birds Eye owner in £210m deal

Yorkshire-based firm sells brand to investment group that also bought Goodfella’s pizza The Aunt Bessie’s frozen Yorkshire puddings and roast potatoes business has been sold for €240m (£210m) to a US-listed investment...

Children’s World setback puts 300 Mothercare jobs at risk

Retailer considering closing outlets after landlords reject rent reduction proposals The fate of a further 300 Mothercare staff has been thrown into doubt after it emerged that a key part of the...

Credit card holders warned spending could be ‘frozen’ under new rules

Clampdown will hit persistent overspenders – and those on 0% balance transfer deals Get your credit card finances in order or we’ll pull the plug on your plastic! That is the warning to...

Capita and FDM Group face legal action from former employees over exit fees

Trainees must agree to work for two years or be liable for up to £20,000 in fees for training courses Capita’s wily scheme locks naive graduates into tied servitude, by Jolyon...

Ex-ministers press Theresa May for ‘sensible’ Brexit

Amber Rudd, Justine Greening and Damian Green urge PM to ignore fringe views Theresa May is facing renewed pressure to listen to moderate voices within her party over Brexit after three former...

Van Gogh’s sunflowers are wilting as yellow paint fades to brown

X-rays reveal light-sensitive paint used by artist will cause painting to lose vibrancy The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is reviewing how it displays the artist’s Sunflowers painting after a pioneering new...

FirstGroup dumps chief executive as firm reports £326m loss

Aberdeen-based rail and coach group is ‘exploring options’ including sale of Greyhound The chief executive of FirstGroup, which runs buses in numerous UK cities and the Great Western, South Western and TransPennine...