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Love Island: Wes leaves Laura in tears as he appears to END their fling in explosive teaser after new girl...

They have been one of the strongest couples throughout the fourth series of Love Island so far. But it seems things could all be over for Wes Nelson and Laura Anderson, as he appears to end their romance on Wednesday night's show. In an explosive...

Wednesday, 01:44 in Showbiz
 

Katie Price, 40, steps out with toyboy Kris Boyson, 29... after dishing the dirt on husband Kieran Hayler's...

She's accused her estranged husband Kieran Hayler, 31, of cheating on her again, this time with a 19-year-old girl who works in their local Co-op. But Katie Price proved she's well and truly moved on from her ex, stepping out with her new personal...

Wednesday, 01:44 in Showbiz
 

Debenhams issues THIRD profit alert in just 6 months as stock falls nearly 11% to value the chain at just...

Debenhams shares crashed to an all-time low last night after it issued its third profit warning in six months. On another grim day for the department store chain, the stock fell nearly 11 per cent, or 2.1p, to 17.5p, leaving the once mighty company...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

Chinese takeover blocked: Ministers use national security powers to stall sale of British plane parts maker...

The sale of a British aeroplane-parts maker to China has been delayed by the Government on national security grounds. Business secretary Greg Clark has asked the markets watchdog to conduct a probe into Northern Aerospace's sale to Gardner Aerospace...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

DAILY BRIEFING: Amazon unveils a version of its Alexa voice assistant aimed at hotels

HOTEL VOICE A version of Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant aimed at hotels has been unveiled. Alexa for Hospitality can provide guests with information, such as check-out time, and will be used at a number of hotel groups including Marriott Hotels and St...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

CITY DIARY: Virgin Money begins issuing banknotes (let's hope they don't put Branson's smug face on them)

Clydesdale Bank's decision to rebrand itself Virgin Money following its £1.7billion takeover of the brand – eventually paying Sir Richard Branson £15million a year for the privilege – carries one potential ramification for the Scots. Since Scottish...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

Shoemaker Christian Louboutin pockets part of a £3m dividend payout despite dwindling profits and flat sales

Christian Louboutin has pocketed a chunk of a £3million payout for shoes sold in the UK last year despite dwindling profits and flat sales. The 55-year-old boss of the French fashion house, famous for its red-soled stilettos, took home part of the...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

Disney promises to protect Sky News for 15 years in bid to seal £11.7bn takeover

Sky News will be safeguarded for 15 years under a proposal to seal an £11.7billion takeover. Disney has agreed to buy the channel and fund its future in a move that will clear the way for 21st Century Fox’s purchase of Sky. The pledge is part of a...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

ALEX BRUMMER: Beijing shown a red card as Government moves swiftly to block aerospace takeover

The Government has acted swiftly to head off the purchase of County Durham-based precision engineer Northern Aerospace by a Chinese-owned rival Gardner Aerospace. Both companies are minnows compared to GKN, now owned by avaricious Melrose Industries....

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

MARKET REPORT: Model train maker Hornby is derailed again with sales slumping by a quarter as it fails to...

Shares in model train maker Hornby were derailed by steep losses and a sharp fall in sales. In a doom-laden set of results, the Scalextric racetrack and Corgi car maker warned its problems would take time to fix as it reported a near 25 per cent slump...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

IN THE MONEY: Dairy Crest boss Mark Allen, 58, saw his pay double to £2.6m last year

Dairy Crest boss Mark Allen’s pay doubled last year.  He took home £2.6million, compared to £1.3million the year before, thanks to long-term incentive shares worth £1.9million. Allen made a base salary of £560,000 and no other bonus.  He was paid...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

How to block those infuriating phone pests: Pensions conmen and claims firms are already finding ways to...

A ban on cold calls is coming, but don't expect it to mean the end of phone pests.  Pensions conmen and claims firms are already finding ways to beat the new rules. Here, our helpful guide shows how to take matters into your own hands and protect...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

Top one-year deal for fixed-rate bonds at 2.05% with Atom Bank - but you must open and run the account...

Atom Bank has burst through the 2 per cent barrier on one-year fixed-rate bonds. At 2.05 per cent, this is the highest rate savers have been offered over this term for more than two years, according to Moneyfacts research. The minimum investment is...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

Why cheap loans punish savers: Two UK building societies cut rates in order to keep costs down for borrowers

Two of Britain's biggest building societies are cutting rates for loyal savers in order to keep costs down for borrowers. Nationwide, the largest society, with assets of more than £200 billion, will pare the rates of its Instant Isa Saver, Instant...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 

One in four people successfully appeal that their home is in the wrong council tax band

More than 10,000 people have been overcharged by up to £441 in council tax because their home was placed in the wrong band. Official figures show 40,240 people challenged their council bills last year. The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) — the body...

Tuesday, 23:02 in Business
 


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