British Airways warns of higher fares due to weak pound
The owner of British Airways has warned that ticket prices may have to rise as it endured a bumpy ride in the third quarter, with profits taking a hit from the slump in sterling and air traffic control strikes.
EU gives food clean bill of health over herbicides
Only months after the major political furore that accompanied the re-licensing of the herbicide glyphosate, a major study has shown that 98.4 per cent of food samples tested that had been grown in the EU were free of all pesticide residues or contained traces that were within legal limits.
UK Government denies ‘sweetheart deal’ with Nissan
Nissan and the Government have denied that a special “sweetheart deal” protecting the manufacturer from any post-Brexit EU tariff wall was behind the company’s move to boost production at its Sunderland car plant.