If retailers embrace the technology available to them like Amazon has done, they have the chance to turn the challenge of high street decline into an opportunity.
Around three million EU nationals currently play a vital in the hospitality sector.
Theresa May will set out details of the government's landmark review of higher education funding in England, and may announce reduced tuition fees.
A new report claims that the US is wasting billions of dollars upgrading nuclear bombs based in Europe that are no longer an effective deterrent and could be a security liability.
A new report has called on the government to give £10,000 to everyone under 55 years of age as part of a move towards a national universal basic income (UBI).
Figures from the Institute for Fiscal Studies show young middle earners are struggling to get on the property ladder.
Boris Johnson said it would be "intolerable and undemocratic" for Brussels to impose its laws on Britain after Brexit.
Data from the EU statistics office shows that the economy of the 28-member EU grew by 2.5% in 2017, its best performance since it grew 2.7% in 2007.
President Donald Trump unveiled a $4.4 trillion budget for next year including a bid spending spree on the military.
The European Union is set to vote in favour of imposing a ban on palm oil imports from Malaysia, which could spark a tit-for-tat retort.
British farmers counting the cost of 4,300 unfilled vacancies and vegetables rotting in the fields as Brexit worries bite.
BoE Deputy Governor Ben Broadbent calms frayed nerves following a volatile week on the stock markets.
Prime minister will not commit to excluding lucrative NHS contracts from hands of US corporations. Vince Cable urges "absolute guarantee" of protection.
Multi-million-pound firms are, like Uber and Deliveroo, are offloading business risk onto some of the poorest people in Britain.
Cross-party committee warns government has failed to reprioritise its work and might not be ready by March next year.
Leaked Whitehall study shows the European Union could impose 37 directives on Britain for a two-year period.
US President Donald Trump has tweeted that any congressional immigration plan that does not include funding for his border wall is "a total waste of time".
Too many students plunging into debts of £50,000 just to receive "paltry" salaries, according to chairman of Education Select Committee.
Young people asked to work on farm in Cornwall pickings cabbages as part of BBC's Inside Out South West programme.
Lib Dems leader Vince Cable says: "The health and care budget should be financed by an earmarked tax."
"Oklahoma has been transformed from a seismic dead zone to a hotspot in less than a decade," according to a University of Southampton academic.
Brussels is determined to ensure Britain's departure from the EU will not threaten the bloc's economy.
Brexit study shows UK's borrowing could increase by huge amount as falling immigration and trade barriers offset US deal.
Britain had hoped to secure a bespoke deal guaranteeing the UK financial sector a similar level of access to the single market.
France falls in line with Eurostat criteria for calculating GDP but refuses call to include vice sales in figures.
£4.4bn in import duty and VAT revenues were lost between 2013 and 2016 as counterfeit goods from China entered the EU via Britain.
Chieu Cao, Co-founder and CMO at Perkbox, says mental health is one of the biggest HR issues faced by UK employers.
The Nationwide UK house price index for February reveals a slowdown after January's data sparked hopes of a bounce in the property market.
KFC has run short of gravy, only days after hundreds of its outlets stayed closed due to a chicken shortage.
Spotify has filed to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange directly instead of a normal IPO in which shares are issued with the price underwritten by investment banks.