Car industry demands budget aid to get electric vehicle sales back on track

The UK car industry has pleaded with the chancellor to help get the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) back on track when he delivers his budget next week, accusing the government of creating an own goal.

'Non-dom' tax breaks for rich people may be scrapped by Jeremy Hunt

Jeremy Hunt is considering ending or reducing "non-dom" tax breaks that allow wealthy individuals to live in the UK while their wealth is considered as residing overseas.

Mortgage approvals at highest level since Truss mini-budget

Mortgage approvals have risen to a 15-month high as overall borrowing rose, latest figures show.

London-listed Bridgepoint eyes successor to veteran Jackson

Bridgepoint Group, the London-listed private equity firm which owns the fast-food chain Itsu and the Moto GP motorcycle racing series, is to kick off the search for a successor to William Jackson, its veteran chairman.

The London Stock Exchange, frozen food and Trainline

David Schwimmer, the chief executive of the LSEG, joins Ian King to discuss the London Stock Exchange.

Body Shop reveals which branches will close - and stay open

The Body Shop has published the full list of stores that are to close - and which will stay open - as it announced 489 jobs will go over next four to six weeks.

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