Confidential documents filled with jobseekers’ personal data have been found dumped in a flat’s bin.
Selling tickets to music, theatre and sporting events through secondary ticketing websites is now “the norm”, a consumer body has found.
An innovative building at the University of East Anglia has been presented with its 20th award less than two years after opening its doors.
Changeable weather has meant a stop-start beginning to East Anglia’s cereals harvest, which has so far brought reports of above-average yields but variable grain quality.
British Gas is to pay £1.1m to compensate thousands of customers after its agents missed appointments.
Tourists jetting to the UK “in their droves” to take advantage of the weak pound could spend up to £2.4bn on our high streets this summer.
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Matthew Taylor’s review of UK employment practices is intended to help inform legislation changes to accommodate new employment models. Bethany Whymark gauges the business reaction.
Houses, whether it’s about building, buying or renting them, are a hot topic.
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