Fast fashion: Can it ever be ethical and cheap?

Great British Sewing Bee judge Patrick Grant debates whether fashion can be sustainable and cheap.

British Steel: Rival bidder on standby if Jingye sale fails

Turkish giant Cengiz is "ready to bid" if UK government rescue talks with Jingye fall through.

Brexit: Zero tariff, zero quota aim for trade talks, says Barclay

The prime minister will set out trade talk details in a speech next month, says the Brexit secretary.

HS2: Cabinet minister has ‘gut feeling’ rail project will be cleared

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay tells the BBC he believes the high-speed rail project will go ahead.

Memorial benches: ‘A quiet reminder of people gone, but not forgotten’

Dedicated benches can be a place of solace, but may only be temporary and costs can be prohibitive.

The rapid rise of ‘Buy now, pay later’

Deals allowing customers to spread payments interest-free are increasing but charities warn of building debts.

Boeing 777X: World’s largest twin-engine jet completes first flight

The 777X test flight comes after Boeing's 737 Max plane was grounded following two fatal crashes.

Coronavirus: Could it damage the global economy?

Inevitably, it will have economic consequences. But how severe and how far will they spread?

Harry and Meghan: Hagan Homes apologises over housing ads

Hagan Homes says its homes "fit for part-time royalty" campaign was intended to be "light-hearted".

Brexit: US ‘wants to reach trade deal with UK this year’

The US's treasury secretary says he is "optimistic" a deal can be reached with the UK this year.

Home sellers risk losing money over quick sales

Trading Standards warns homeowners to be careful when using quick-sale estate agents.

Davos 2020: Quarrels, but little consensus

The World Economic Forum at Davos produced rows over climate change and trade, but little consensus.

‘Beales failure would be disaster for my business’

Ian Siddall says the troubled department store owes him £25,000 for thousands of handbags.

Boeing: US regulator FAA ‘pleased’ with 737 progress

The plane has been grounded since March 2019 after two fatal crashes.

Flybe owners seek £100m government loan

The company confirmed last week that it was seeking a loan on "commercial" terms.