British Gas suspends forced installation of prepayment meters after damaging report
Utility criticised after report claimed it sent debt collectors to break into the homes of vulnerable customers to fit the devices.

UK

3 hours ago
Neighbours in luxury flats win privacy feud with UK's Tate Modern
The Supreme Court has ruled that a viewing platform at London’s Tate Modern art gallery breached the privacy of residents living in apartments next door.

UK

23 hours ago
Spanish government raises minimum wage by 8%
At a time of high inflation and a pending general election, the move has been praised by unions but criticised by employer groups.

Europe

1 day ago
Swiss party calls for asylum claims to be processed abroad
Switzerland's largest party wants to see asylum procedures relocated abroad, which its leader says will 'defend our legal system, our values and our culture'.

Europe

1 day ago