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‘Outsourced workers’ file landmark legal case that could revolutionise employment rights...

Support staff at the University of London are launching a landmark legal challenge over pay and the conditions under which they work, in a...

UK deficit in October wider than expected ahead of the Autumn...

The deficit in October came in wider than expected, in a piece of disappointing news for Philip Hammond on the eve of his Autumn...

easyJet blames profits slump on Brexit

The slump in sterling after the EU referendum wiped over £100m from easyJet’s profits in the year to the end of September. Britain’s biggest budget...

Bitcoin crashes after $31m hack of rival cryptocurrency Tether

Bitcoin fell the most in a week after the company behind cryptocurrency tether reported a $31m theft. The amount was taken from the Tether Treasury...

Canadian company may have overcharged NHS by millions for essential thyroid...

A drugs firm may have overcharged the NHS by millions of pounds for an essential thyroid drug, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has...

Brexit: UK workers willing to accept lower wages as deadline to...

British workers may be willing to accept lower wages in the wake of the Brexit vote, according to the newest member of the Bank...

Gig economy: MPs draft bill to end ‘mass exploitation’ of workers...

The law must change to end the “mass exploitation” of workers by companies who use bogus self-employment to avoid granting basic rights like holiday...

Brexit: Business leaders concerned over what the Budget means for them...

Millions of business owners across the UK are worried that the Budget will do little to address their concerns and are calling for more...

Brexit: What does Britain losing its EU ‘passporting’ rights mean for...

The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier made it clear on Monday that, when the UK leaves the single market, financial services firms based...