Mulberry has slumped to a first-half loss after a disastrous push upmarket, but claimed its new strategy is working with sales rising in recent weeks.
George Osborne has lashed out at criticisms of his plans for further public spending cuts in the next parliament, accusing the BBC of hyperbolic coverage and conjuring up bogus images of the 1930s depression.
Tesco’s senior independent director Patrick Cescau is planning to step down from the board of the troubled supermarket next year, according to reports.
The shadow chancellor, Ed Balls, brushed aside George Osborne’s eye-catching tax cuts and got straight to the heart of the problems facing his rival – stagnant wages, worrying borrowing and disappointing revenue receipts.
The eurozone economy stumbled in November, according to a closely watched survey which has raised fears that falling demand from Russia and China will plunge the currency area into renewed recession in the new year.
The government has introduced £450m of tax breaks to help North Sea oil companies at a time of plunging prices, rising costs and steep output declines, but some industry experts have warned the money is too little, too late.
Toby Alderweireld's injury was undoubtedly the game changer between Arsenal and Southampton yesterday.
Chelsea players took to Twitter on Wednesday night to celebrate their 3-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur.
AC Milan are keen on sending Giampaolo Pazzini out on loan in January.
Leeds United's Giuseppe Bellusci beats Ipswich Town, Millwall, Brighton, Fulham, Middlesbrough and Wigan defenders.
West Ham United have been linked with a £4m bid for Fulham centre back Dan Burn.
I first exercised my right to vote in May 1979. I don't recall the name of the candidate I voted for, as I placed my X firmly in favour of Maggie Thatcher and the Conservatives.