The winner of Friday’s EuroMillions will be richer than Adele, with a jackpot of £168 million compared to the chart-topping singer’s worth of £125 million. The National Lottery‘s EuroMillions jackpot is now at its maximum of €190 million, which is currently estimated at £168 million, due to the ongoing
Shares in firearms companies have soared in the wake of one of the deadliest shootings in America, which saw at least 59 people killed in Las Vegas.
Forgetful shoppers could be forced to pay double for a plastic carrier bag at Morrisons soon, as the supermarket looks to ditch its 5p single use bags.
Discount retailer Poundland has come under fire for selling sweets called Nutters which has been met with outrage from mental health campaigners.
The tech giant suffered a dip in its share price on Tuesday after a live demonstration didn't go quite to plan during the launch of its iPhone X.
Experts are encouraging shoppers to look out for unique serial numbers on the new polymer £10 notes, which could end being collectors' items.
Energy from offshore wind farms will be cheaper than nuclear power and gas for the first time, bringing economic growth to the UK "on an industrial scale".
Flyers looking to evacuate Florida before the area is hit by incoming Hurricane Irma have been shocked to find that airlines are bumping up prices by as much as 600% to depart from Miami.
Surrey has topped the rankings for the most expensive place to buy a pint of beer in the UK, overtaking London for the first time.
There is a 10% chance that Brexit still might not happen, according to a report published by financial services giant Morgan Stanley.
Theresa May is planning to lift a cap on public sector pay in a bid to win back voters and secure support to win another term in No 10.
Royal Mail workers are being offered thousands of pounds by gangs to intercept letters containing bank cards and PIN numbers.
Economists do not expect interest rates to rise until 2019, citing "reluctance" among policymakers to make changes amid ongoing Brexit negotiations.
A supermarket in Australia has launched a scheme to help customers with autism feel welcome and comfortable when doing their weekly shop.
Anonymous employee review website Glassdoor has released its rankings of the top companies for work-life balance in the UK. For a company to qualify for the list, a minimum of 50 work-life balance ratings must have been submitted by UK-based employees between 18/07/16 and 17/07/17. Academic institutions
Calling all Harry Potter fans: if you’ve got a spare £1 million to spend then the house of your dreams could be yours. The boy wizard’s childhood home, made famous for its appearance in Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, has been put on the market for £995,000 by estate agent Carter Jonas . Forming
Royal Mail customers have been warned over fake ‘something for you’ cards arriving through letterboxes, which are posted through homes when a delivery cannot be made.
The BBC has dominated a list of the UK’s favourite brands, with BBC One, BBC Two and its iPlayer app all featuring on the list. The results, compiled by YouGov, were gathered by assessing consumer perceptions of a brand’s quality, value, impression, satisfaction, reputation and whether people would recommend
Drivers of new diesel vehicles are set to be hit with higher taxes as the government commits to reduce pollution in towns and cities across the UK.
Southern cities are likely to be hit hardest by the UK's departure from the European Union, while poorer cities which largely voted for Brexit will be the least affected.