Analysis from manufacturing trade body Make UK and business advisory firm BDO has found that the most deprived areas in the UK will the worst affected by no-deal Brexit.
More than 8 million people in England are living in unaffordable, insecure or unstable homes as a result of the housing crisis, according to a report from the National Housing Federation released on Monday.
The eurozone economy struggled in September as demand for both goods and services fell at the fastest rate in more than six years, data showed on Monday.
Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif has rejected talks with the US after President Donald Trump imposed fresh sanctions on Iran’s central bank.
Google is set to invest €3. 0bn over the next two years to expand its European data centers, Chief Executive Sundar Pichai announced in Finland on Friday.
The US is temporarily exempting over 400 Chinese products from tariffs imposed last year, revealed the office of the US Trade Representative on Friday.
A top US central bank official on Friday explained the reasoning behind his decision not to back another reduction in interest rates at the policy meeting that ended two days before.
Sterling gave back some of the previous session's gains after Dublin poured cold water on recent speculation that an agreement on a Brexit deal between the European Union and Westminster might be withing grasp.
Thousands of demonstrations are taking place around the world in what could be the largest climate protest in history.
A global campaign formed by 450 activist groups and celebrities including Emma Thompson and Mark Ruffalo is urging the UN to back a total fracking ban to curb the effects of the climate crisis.
Cash payments have dropped to third place behind debit and credit card spending in 2018 for the first time.
The Bank of England stood pat on interest rates on Thursday, as widely expected, as it warned over the impact of slowing growth and Brexit uncertainty.
KPMG UK plans to make redundant about a third of its 630 administrative assistants in a wave of cost-cutting.
A survey commissioned by Hope not Hate revealed that the majority of the public recognise the climate crisis as an “emergency” and say politicians are failing to tackle the problem.
Global economic growth is at risk of entering a new, lasting low growth phase if governments remain on the sidelines, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Sales of US existing homes rose more than expected in August, according to data from the National Association of Realtors.
The crown estate has opened for the first time in ten years a leasing round for offshore wind farms that is expected to be worth $25bn.
UK retail sales unexpectedly dipped in August, driven by a drop in online sales, according to data released by the Office for National Statistics on Thursday.
America's central bank cut its main policy rate further and now several of its top officials believed that it would need to be lowered again before the year was out.
UK energy regulator Ofgem will face a committee of MPs to answer questions over the blackout in August and its role in the matter.