Irish budget airline has asked pilots to cancel leave as it battles with chaos over cancelled flights.
Retail sales rise 1% month-on-month in August, defying expectations of stagnant growth.
Passengers on standard Virgin Trains could ride in spacious leather seats with free Wi-Fi, food and drink.
Proposed merger expected to result in 4,000 job losses, evenly shared by both firms.
A third of employers polled by REC expect economic conditions to worsen.
Irish budget airline has asked pilots to work on some days off to avoid cancelling further flights.
Bank of England governor says drop in migration could lead to a short-lived spike in inflation and higher wages.
Toy giant says only its operations in the US and Canada will be affected by the decision.
Nearly half of 123 companies polled by Reuters expect to restructure their businesses because of Brexit.
Consumer spending on grocery products rose 3.5% year-on-year during 12 weeks to 9 September.
Europe's largest carrier will cancel between 40 and 50 flights a day over the next six weeks.
Bookmaker said odds on Ehiogu, who died earlier this year, were offered by mistake.
The professional services firm also reveals a gender pay gap of 14% in year to June period.
Irish airline said over the weekend that it will cancel up to 50 flights a day over the next six weeks.
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Drop in house prices in London drags average prices across Britain down 1.2% in September.
Homelet rental index reveals rents rose 2.4% from a year earlier in August.
Sterling climbs above $1.36 after BoE policymaker suggests rate rise could happen in November.
The FCA's report on Royal Bank of Scotland's restructuring unit was leaked to the BBC last month.
Tim Martin warns pub operator could have to switch to suppliers from outside the EU in the future.
An open letter by the CBI calls for key issues to be clarified before the end of 2017.
BoE votes 7-2 in favour of keeping interest rates unchanged but signals monetary policy could soon be tightened.
UK central bank maintains asset purchase programme at £435bn and holds interest rates at 0.25%.
Competition and Markets Authority will investigate £11.7bn deal, government confirms.
Pre-tax profits slump 53% to £26.6m during six months to 29 July.
RICS survey shows steady growth in most regions, but London and the South East suffer slowdown.
New note will be available at a handful of ATM locations across the country on 14 September.
EasyJet's passengers will now be able to book a single ticket for flights to North America and the Far East.
Honeybee chief executive Stapleton will begin work at Halfords in mid-January.
Real weekly wages fell by 0.4%, both including and excluding bonuses, compared with a year earlier.