Cambridge Analytica scandal poses test for Facebook investors – with a...

As politicians around the world call Facebook to task over its data use crisis, the tech giant is confronting a rising backlash from another key constituency:...

India takes down Cambridge Analytica’s local website after Facebook personal data...

India has suspended the website of a political intelligence company linked to Cambridge Analytica (CA) following allegations the British company misused the data of millions...

Vauxhall ‘could shut up to 100 UK dealerships’, threatening thousands of...

Up to 100 Vauxhall dealerships could be facing closure across the UK, threatening thousands of jobs,...

UK retail sales pick up in February, but British consumer spending...

Retail sales beat expectations in February, but doubts remain about the resilience of UK shoppers’ demand...

Bitcoin price – latest updates: Leading cryptocurrency fights back after slump

The value of bitcoin skyrocketed in late 2017 and its rapid rise generated huge amounts of interest in it and the 1,567 other varieties of cryptocurrency available online. However, bitcoin...

France air-traffic strikes: First walkout of year leaves tens of thousands...

Tens of thousands of travellers have had their travel plans wrecked by the first French air-traffic...

Brexit: British passport maker De La Rue’s share price drops as...

Shares in passport-maker De La Rue dropped almost 6 per cent in morning trading after reports...

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The council tax burden for the poorest households in London is six times greater than that...

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