In a joint operation with the Metropolitan Police, the Financial Conduct Authority inspected several ATM sites, using its enforcement powers.
Ministers are set to delay construction of key sections of the HS2 rail line, with a statement expected imminently outlining the extent of budget overruns amid soaring inflation.
The UK is poised to avoid a recession this year but suffer a slow burning economic slump that will leave GDP below its pre-pandemic level until the final months of next year, new forecasts claim.
The RMT union has said members will vote in a referendum over the next 12 days on a revised pay offer from Network Rail, in a move that could spell the end to the most damaging rail strikes.
The operator of the Wagamama and Frankie & Benny’s restaurant chains has announced plans to exit from about 35 uneconomic restaurants in its leisure division as it seeks to whittle down its least successful businesses.
IWG, the world’s biggest provider of serviced office space, reported record revenue last year after cashing in on the popularity of hybrid working.
UK consumers sharply cut back their spending in February as soaring living costs damaged household finances, retailers have warned, despite strong sales of jewellery and fragrances for Valentine’s Day.
The new Brexit trading arrangements in Rishi Sunak’s revised Northern Ireland protocol could take more than two years to be fully implemented, government sources have confirmed.
Aston Martin’s surprise strong showing at the first Formula One race of the season in Bahrain, where driver Fernando Alonso came third, might have contributed to a sharp rally in the share price of the sports car maker which shares its name.
The boss of one of the UK’s largest business groups has stepped aside while an investigation takes place into complaints about his conduct at work.