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Metro Bank says cash injection talks 'advanced'

The bank says plans to raise £350m are "well advanced" as it tries to quell rumours about its financial health.

Arriva sues government over East Midlands franchise

The train operator joins rival Stagecoach in taking legal action over the government's decision.

Brian Walden: Broadcaster and former Labour MP dies aged 86

The former Labour MP and political interviewer was known for his grilling of Margaret Thatcher.

Whitehall food bank set up after pay error

A small number of staff employed by outsourcing contractor ISS have been affected by the issue.

Brian Walden: Political broadcasting and interview highlights

Brian Walden, a Labour MP who became a broadcaster and interviewer, has died at the age of 86.

Bafta TV Awards 2019: Stars gather for ceremony

Killing Eve leads the pack for Sunday night's ceremony, with five nominations.

US will suffer from tariffs, Trump aide Larry Kudlow admits

Larry Kudlow admits Americans will pay for tariffs on Chinese goods, contradicting the president.

Bafta TV Awards 2019: First winners announced

The cream of British TV talent is being honoured at the Royal Festival Hall in London.

Bafta TV Awards 2019: Ant and Dec among the winners

Ant and Dec are among the winners at the Royal Festival Hall in London.

Bafta TV Awards 2019: Stars of the small screen arrive

The best of British TV in 2018 is being recognised at the Bafta Television Awards.