High levels of flooding leave parts of UK in uncharted territory
Areas of the UK are in "uncharted territory" after record levels of flooding, with more heavy rain forecast for later in the week. Ten severe flood warnings, indicating a danger to life, were in place on Tuesday morning across England and Wales in the aftermath of Storm Dennis..
35000 jobs to go at HSBC as profit plummets by a third
The boss of HSBC has announced the banks biggest change in years, as it prepares to cut its headcount by approximately 35,000 around the world, including jobs in the UK. Interim chief executive Noel Quinn said the number of people employed by the lender will go from 235,000 to 200,000 over the next three years - reducing the banks workforce by 15%..
Budget to go ahead next month Chancellor confirms
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed that the Budget will take place as planned next month despite speculation it could be pushed back following his predecessors sudden departure. The newly-appointed Cabinet minister said he was "cracking on with preparations" for his first Budget on March 11 - which he said would "deliver on the promises we made to the British people"..
Measles fears after vaccine concerns
Medical experts are trying to educate the public on the disease.
The music industry celebrates as the Brits turns 40
Lewis Capaldi, Dave, Lizzo and Billie Eilish will be at the event.
A Meditterranean diet could help the older generation
Changes are driven by increases in fibre, vitamins and minerals..
Coronavirus study prompts optimism
Thats despite a rise in cases and more deaths being reported.
Second bag of snakes dumped outside Sunderland Fire Station
The RSPCA is appealing for information from anyone who might know about the snakes.