Councils have welcomed the prospect of greater autonomy on business rates, but this is not as generous an act as it first appears.Read the full story ›
The government has decided to allow the steel plant at Redcar to fail. A tough decision to make and obviously an unpopular one.Read the full story ›
The governor of the Bank of England said the 'window of opportunity' to counter the effects of climate change is shrinking.Read the full story ›
China's economy is slowing, and the aftershocks are being felt as far afield as Redcar.Read the full story ›
Thousands of Brits could soon find out more about the fate of their cars with Volkswagen set to release more details.Read the full story ›
As well as the negative market reaction, VW's deception has unearthed the prospect that the modern car is more polluting than figures show.Read the full story ›
It is a big scandal for Volkswagen, who are facing billions of pounds of fines and compensation.
The share price has crashed again - a fall of 18% for a second day in a row. That's not unusual, that's almost unheard of.
It's not just VW that this is affecting, it is also hitting the share prices of many other car manufacturers.
That's because of the suspicion that the cars that we drive do not bear much resemblance to the cars that pass these really tough emissions tests.
There have been calls for investigations in Italy, in Germany and in South Korea.
The Climate Change Committee estimate that there's a gap between official and real world co2 emissions of 35%.
While the current government wants the Hinkley C deal, the concern for any investor is a future government may want out.Read the full story ›
A cabin manager who led passengers to safety from a BA plane in Las Vegas which caught fire is among staff at Gatwick facing a pay cut.Read the full story ›