The predicted increase from 0.5% to 0.75%, would mark only the second rise since the financial crisis.Read the full story ›
A healthy amount of sleep has a far higher impact on wellbeing than a 50% increase in disposable income, a study has found.Read the full story ›
Barclays has reported a 182% increase in annual pre-tax profits to £3.23 billion, up from £1.15 billion in 2015.
The banking giant's boss, Jes Staley said Barclays is "just months away" from completing an overhaul as he unveiled the surge in annual profits.
The bank also reported a four per cent rise in underlying pre-tax profits to £6.4 billion for its core business - Barclays UK and Barclays International.
Mr Staley, who has been selling down and offloading unwanted businesses to focus on US and UK operations, said the group had "accomplished a lot in a year".
He added: "We are now just months away from completing the restructuring of Barclays, and I am more optimistic than ever for our prospects in 2017, and beyond."
The Bank of Enlgand also plans to issue a new £10 note which will contain tallow.Read the full story ›
The influential artist will appear on new notes that will enter circulation by 2020.Read the full story ›
Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury's and Tesco have cut the cost of their petrol to under £1 a litre - bringing "Christmas cheer" to motorists.Read the full story ›
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The Big Six energy companies were tonight warned the government would break them up if The Competition Authority were to recommend it.
The watchdog accused the firms of overcharging millions of customers who stay with the same supplier rather than shopping around for the best deals.
ITV Consumer Editor Chris Choi reports:
British tourists could end up paying twice as much for car hire depending where they go on holiday this summer.
Rental fees in Majorca are twice as high as those in Cyprus, a survey by Post Office Travel Money found.
Other popular spots where charges were particularly high were Faro in Portugal, Split in Croatia and Dublin.
Taking into account expenses such as satnav hire, additional-driver cover and petrol the pricest destination was the Norwegian capital Oslo where hiring a car for one week would set you back as much as £614.
The cheapest place to rent a car was in Larnaca in Cyprus where one-week hire was just £295.
In an interview with ITV News, an anonymous British millionaire has brought a free money craze to our shores - and has given a large clue towards finding the next envelope of money: