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Revealed: UK's worst airport for delayed flights

London Luton is the worst UK airport for flight punctuality with departures from the Bedfordshire hub leaving on average 19.7 minutes late, new data has revealed.

Trump pulls back from trade war with China

The US has pulled back from starting a trade war with China that could have sent shockwaves through the global economy.

Funds fight for £1.2bn software giant Iris

Two investment firms are this weekend vying to buy a stake in Iris, a major provider of software to GP surgeries across Britain, in what is likely to rank as the industry's biggest ever UK takeover.

Dixons chief in talks to join M&S board

The outgoing chief executive of Dixons Carphone's British operations is ‎in talks to join the board of Marks & Spencer (M&S) as its chairman tries to bolster a board criticised for its dearth

Green light for driving in Europe after Brexit

Millions of British drivers will be able to carry on using existing insurance policies in the EU after Brexit without the need for additional paperwork, the Government has confirmed.

BMW to recall an extra 88,000 cars in the UK

BMW is to recall an extra 88,000 cars in the UK over problems with a battery connector.

Why markets are fretting over Italy's coalition

It's long been argued that, if there was a major blow-up in the Italian economy, the country would – unlike Greece, Portugal and Ireland, which received bail-outs after the financial crisis from the

Petrol prices highest for three-and-a-half years

Motorists are paying the highest fuel prices for three-and-a-half years prompting many to cut back on car use or other spending, according to figures from the AA.

Tycoon Spencer backs £500m AJ Bell float

The City tycoon Michael Spencer is in advanced talks to back the online investment platform AJ Bell in a move that will bolster its hopes of completing a £500m stock market listing later this year.

Returning Mothercare boss takes 20% pay cut

Mothercare boss Mark Newton-Jones is taking a pay cut after being re-hired to turn around the struggling retailer's fortunes just over a month after being ousted.

PayPal agrees to buy iZettle for $2.2bn

Digital payments giant PayPal is to swallow up Swedish financial technology start-up iZetttle for $2.2bn (£1.6bn).

Sainsbury's-Asda merger facing investigation

Britain's competition regulator has confirmed it is investigating the planned merger between Sainsbury's and Asda.

PayPal in talks about iZettle takeover

The digital payments giant PayPal Holdings is in advanced talks about a takeover of iZettle in a move that would gatecrash one of the European technology sector's biggest stock market flotations.

City grandees to aid audit watchdog probe

Some of the City’s leading figures are being drafted in to aid a Government-commissioned probe of the audit regulator, days after a scathing parliamentary report castigated it over the collapse of

FTSE 100 strikes new record closing high

The FTSE 100 has registered a new record high - signalling some cheer for UK pension funds as the economy stagnates.

Wind of change as National Grid looks to renewables

National Grid is one of those businesses that everyone assumes is quintessentially British.

Oldest US gunmaker secures new lease of life

The future of the oldest gunmaker in the US has been secured after it completed a debt-cutting deal with creditors.

Gambling industry should accept need for change

The decision to slash the limit on fixed odds betting terminals is an important one.

Sun sets on Club 18-30 as Thomas Cook pulls plug

Club 18-30 will enjoy its final fling this summer after Thomas Cook said it was to discontinue the sun, sex and booze brand.

Ocado bags 80% share surge on US partnership

Ocado has signed an exclusive partnership with America's second-biggest supermarket chain - sending the UK online grocer's shares to record levels.