New family visa rules could leave British citizens with a foreign partner facing greater restrictions on who they can live with than migrant workers, according to leading immigration researchers.
Europe's biggest travel operator has revealed that it may seek to pull out of the London Stock Exchange amid continuing questions over the City's post Brexit future.
The European Union has bowed to pressure from European carmakers and the British government for a delay to the introduction of 10% export tariffs on electric vehicles (EVs), sparing buyers from paying thousands of pounds more for a new car.
The Bank of England has said that UK households and businesses have been "resilient" in the face of rising interest rates – but repeated previous warnings that the full effect of higher interest rates was yet to come through.
In today's episode, Ian King discusses the new president of the CBI, Rupert Soames, with Sky's City editor Mark Kleinman.
Strikes mean that no C2C trains will run today, while Greater Anglia is running a reduced service.
A report saying some investors may have known in advance about Hamas's plan to attack Israel on 7 October and used that knowledge to make hundreds of millions of pounds is inaccurate and its publication was irresponsible, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange has said.