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Actress Gwyneth Paltrow responds to criticism of her controversial lifestyle brand, Goop.
The central bank says £31bn has been lent this year to firms that are already heavily indebted.
The dominance of accountancy giants Deloitte, EY, KPMG and PwC is expected to be scrutinised.
"Hundreds" of drivers are expected to switch off their apps from 1pm, say union organisers.
Rhum and its neighbouring assets in the North Sea deliver about 5% of the gas produced in the UK.
The company says it is "time for new leadership" to take the group to the next phase of its development.
Company founder Richard Branson says the company is "tantalizingly close" to its first trip.
Thousands of the chain's staff, whose personal details were posted online, are seeking compensation.
The IMF says a US trade war with China risks putting a significant dent in economic recovery.
Thousands lost their jobs in the remote Finnish city of Oulu - but locals weren't prepared to accept defeat.
Boat companies are having to spend millions of euros converting their fleets to electric.
All of Amsterdam's boats must go electric by 2025, but switching to electric is not straightforward.
The entrepreneur offering female prisoners coding lessons for a second chance in life
The BFI says UK screen industries generated a record £7.9bn in 2016 thanks to tax breaks.
Politicians say metering will save water but admit it may lead to higher bills for some homes.
The 29-year-old - who left the White House in April - will be chief communications officer for Fox.
Chris Bush and John Scouler deny claims they inflated figures to make profits look healthier.
The carmaker will shut its Solihull plant at the end of October, but says no jobs will be lost.
A worker lost a USB stick containing personal data which was later found by a member of the public.
Two camera-enabled smart devices for the home are unveiled in the midst of a privacy crisis.