Music streaming and hardware company ROXi Music has hired advisers as it prepares to enter the London Stock Exchange’s junior market, PA can reveal.
High street lender Santander is rolling out its global “work cafe” chain to the UK with a site in Leeds offering small businesses and entrepreneurs free co-working spaces and banking facilities.
Vueling Airlines has the worst punctuality of major airlines flying from UK airports, an investigation has found.
A casket filled with the baby teeth of Queen Victoria’s children and casts the monarch had made of her offsprings’ arms and legs are among the unusual items going on show at Buckingham Palace.
A Hollywood-based production company has had a hand in the Buckingham Palace summer opening this year.
Going back to the moon is a waste of money, according to the presenter behind the BBC’s coverage of the first moon landing 50 years ago.
Fears moon rock would be sold on the black market prompted a raft of security procedures to follow the Apollo 11 samples to Britain.
The UK is hoping to provide essential communication between the moon and scientists on Earth as multinational plans to build a new space station around the moon get under way.
The parents of a three-year-old boy have described their horror when he vanished down a hole while walking in the Peak District, leaving him with life-threatening injuries.
Courts are being prepared to deal with hundreds of climate change protesters in action that a lawyer says “beggars belief”.
More than a dozen NHS Trusts are taking the Government to court to argue that they should have an 80% reduction in business rates – the same discount given to private hospitals and fee-paying schools.
Make-up show Glow Up is returning for a second instalment after the BBC series was a surprise hit with viewers.
Civil emergency planners have described Chris Grayling’s Department for Transport as “unhelpful” and decried it for omitting “key” information when planning for a no-deal Brexit, according to letters obtained by PA.
Treasury officials and lawyers are so overstretched they have splashed out £3 million hiring law firm Hogan Lovells to help with Brexit preparations, new documents show.
Cameras will follow people living with dementia for two years in a new BBC documentary.
Mike Ashley has lost a second senior executive from his Sports Direct retail empire in a matter of days, PA understands.
A basketball sparked an international manhunt after a joke – inspired by Tom Hanks’ film Cast Away – saw it travel more than a thousand miles over sea from the most remote part of the UK.
One of Mike Ashley’s chief lieutenants has quit Sports Direct after 28 years working for the retail tycoon.
The new prime minister may be able to renegotiate part of the document setting out future relations with the European Union, the UK’s longest serving MEP has claimed.
The UK’s biggest vaping retailer has said it expects the UK Government to protect vapers from a San Francisco-style ban, as it commits its future to the industry with a major expansion plan.