Rail union RMT have slammed the move saying the company MTR is set to make "a killing at the British taxpayers' expense".Read the full story ›
Currently only one in 50 job applicants for the high-street chain is British, according to its director of human resources.Read the full story ›
A string of London businesses appear on the list.Read the full story ›
Links to six more UK airports, new flight paths and green measures are also among the plans for the first major project of the Brexit era.Read the full story ›
Visitors would pay a surcharge on their hotel bills. The mayor also wants a share of the government's airports' tax.Read the full story ›
Women were told to dye their hair, wear revealing outfits and constantly reapply make-up, a study into workplace dress codes has found.Read the full story ›
The Government should do more to regulate workplace dress codes, according to two a report from the Womens and Equalities Committee and the Petitions Committee.
An inquiry was triggered when Nicola Thorp was sent home from work last year for refusing to wear high heels.
If the plans are approved, it could be up and running by 2020.Read the full story ›
The Transport Secretary is calling for driver's union Aslef to stop next week's strike after the Office of Rail and Road confirmed Southern Railway's plans for driver-controlled trains are safe.
Unions have been taking strike action over plans to introduce trains where the driver controls the operation of the doors, which the unions claim is unsafe.