The company have said that the tissues will now be called "Extra Large".Read the full story ›
Royal London and Legal & General Investment Management were among those who voiced concern.Read the full story ›
The department stores in Edinburgh, Hull and Swindon are now set to close.Read the full story ›
Issues with a card terminal run by Cardnet meant that many consumers saw money come out of their account twice.Read the full story ›
The predicted increase from 0.5% to 0.75%, would mark only the second rise since the financial crisis.Read the full story ›
Consumer watchdog Which? raised concerns over high levels of the chemical in some slime products.Read the full story ›
The campaign group said many producers had failed to reduce salt in their products.Read the full story ›
UK consumer confidence fell to -12 in July from -1 in June - the biggest drop in 26 years, according to a poll by market researchers GfK.
The survey of 2,000 people found increased concerns about the economic outlook has dented the confidence of UK households and manufacturers.
The report found that people were on average more pessimistic about their finances, the economy, and whether or not now was a good time to make big-ticket purchases such as household appliances and furniture.
Consumers in post-Brexit Britain are reporting higher levels of concern this month. We’ve seen a very significant drop in confidence, as is clear from the fall in each of our key measures, with the biggest decrease occurring in the outlook for the general economic situation in the next 12 months.
Many supermarket groceries are sneakily being sold in smaller quantities without a reduction in price, a consumer group has claimed.Read the full story ›