Donald Trump wants to be a dictator, says Art of the Deal co-author

The co-author of Donald Trump’s memoir The Art of the Deal has said the US President harbours a deep-seated desire to become a dictator. Tony Schwartz, who...

Custard and gravy maker Premier Foods trims half-year losses

Ambrosia custard and Bisto gravy maker Premier Foods has narrowed its losses after securing a hefty jump in sales from its international business. The group has served...

Tory MPs trying to stop a damaging Brexit criticise ‘bullying’ newspaper front page

Conservative MPs attempting to prevent Theresa May’s plans from leading to a damaging Brexit have hit back after a newspaper branded them “mutineers” and plastered their...

HSBC pays €300m to the French authorities: Another day, another thumping fine

The leak of the Paradise Papers shone a deeply unflattering light on the murky world of offshore tax havens, and Britain’s crown dependencies in particular.  But not...

Scotland to become first country with minimum price for alcohol sales

Scotland is set to become the first country in the world with a minimum price for alcohol sales after the UK’s highest court rejected an appeal...

TalkTalk dives to £75m half-year loss

Telecoms group TalkTalk has dived to a half-year loss and trimmed its earnings outlook as it took a hit from efforts to secure more customers by investing in...

World’s richest 1% of people now own half global wealth, finds study

The richest 1 per cent of people in the world now own half of the planet’s wealth, according to a new report that highlights breathtaking levels...

UK average wage growth remains below inflation confirming fall in real incomes

Wage growth disappointed in the three months to September, confirming that real wages are still falling and showing the pick-up in earnings expected by the Bank...

Brexit: Labour to force vote on preventing workers’ rights being slashed after EU departure

Labour will force a vote on Tuesday night in a bid to prevent the Government having powers to slash workers’ rights after Brexit. The party believes that...

Zimbabwe latest: British nationals warned to stay indoors as military assumes control of Harare

British nationals in Zimbabwe's capital Harare are being advised to stay indoors amid reports of “unusual military activity”. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) issued the guidance in the...

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