BA pilots vote in favour of strike action over key summer period

Huawei: Government decision on 5G rollout delayed

What's the best way to stay awake in meetings?

Government offers 'inflation-busting' pay rises

Danger tumble dryers: I'm sorry, says Whirlpool executive

Brexit harming UK industrial strategy, warns top economist

Volvo recalls 70,000 cars in the UK over fire risk

Aid budget to be used by International Trade Department

Body-worn cameras to be compulsory for bailiffs

Equifax to pay up to $700m to settle data breach

Three resists watchdog's call for 'fairer' mobile phone fees

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BA pilots vote in favour of strike action over key summer period
The British Airline Pilots' Association says 93% of its members have voted in favour of industrial action.


Huawei: Government decision on 5G rollout delayed
The implication of the recent US ban on its companies from dealing with Huawei was not clear, the government says.


What's the best way to stay awake in meetings?
Most of us have experienced meeting-induced drowsiness - here are six tips to beating it.


Government offers 'inflation-busting' pay rises
Police and other public sector workers will get increases above the 2% inflation rate.


Danger tumble dryers: I'm sorry, says Whirlpool executive
A full recall of remaining fire-prone dryers is launched, four years after the safety issue first emerged.


Brexit harming UK industrial strategy, warns top economist
Deadlock means "not as much other stuff has happened as might," says the Bank of England's Andy Haldane.


Volvo recalls 70,000 cars in the UK over fire risk
The car maker says a plastic engine part can in "very rare cases" melt and cause a fire.


Aid budget to be used by International Trade Department
Part of the £14bn aid budget will be spent by Liam Fox's Department for International Trade.


Body-worn cameras to be compulsory for bailiffs
The government says the move will help tackle "intimidation and aggression" used by some bailiffs.


Equifax to pay up to $700m to settle data breach
The credit score agency has agreed a settlement after hackers stole 147 million people's details.


Three resists watchdog's call for 'fairer' mobile phone fees
Ofcom had called on networks to automatically cut prices for out-of-contract mobile subscribers.


Shares soar at 'China's Nasdaq' market debut
China's new Nasdaq-style board comes as China is trying to assert itself as a global technology leader.


Avengers: Endgame overtakes Avatar as top box office movie of all time
The superheroes defeat the aliens as Avengers: Endgame becomes the highest-grossing film ever.


Car parts from weeds: The future of green motoring?
The motor industry is trying to reduce its carbon footprint in a number of innovative ways.


Housing market: What are rent controls?
A simple look at how rent controls work and how effective they are.


Should I offset my summer holiday flights?
As more of us worry about our carbon emissions, how can you offset your air travel?


The Insta king trying to dominate UK cannabis
Controversial cannabis firm Ignite's UK launch is causing a backlash in the nascent industry.


The CubeSat revolution changing the way we see the world
Small, cheap satellites can help us track pollution, crop yields and congestion like never before.


Females to the fore? What golf is doing to attract more women
Golf has realised it needs to make the sport more attractive to women, on and off the playing course.


Will ships without sailors be the future of trade?
May saw the world's first unmanned commercial shipping operation.


Three months after I was paralysed, I was back at work
When tech entrepreneur Hiroki Takeuchi was paralysed in a cycling accident, he was back in work just three months later.


Cricket World Cup: Illegal bookmakers still thriving
India's cricketers didn't make the World Cup final, but its bookmakers are still making millions.


How the 2019 coffee crisis might affect you
Farmers are struggling as coffee prices drop to historic lows, so why is the cost of a latte rising?


Would you drink camel milk?
Australia's growing number of camel farmers say that global demand for camel milk is rising fast.