UK retail warns shoppers face higher prices if no EU trade deal

Britain’s retail industry on Friday urged UK and European negotiators to reach a post-Brexit trade deal, warning that without tariff-free trade, consumers face higher prices from next year.The sector has already announced thousands of job los

Mother stabbed in face while pushing pram in Streatham 'feared attacker would rape her'

A mother stabbed in the face by a stranger as she pushed her baby in a pram feared he was going to rape her, a court has heard.Josephine Conlon, 36, was on her way home from meeting other new mothers at a bakery in Streatham, southwest London, on Dec

European airlines face longer haul to recovery

A patchwork of national restrictions and a reluctance among travelers to cross borders mean European airlines face a bumpier return to the skies from coronavirus lockdowns than US and Asian rivals.After almost three months of bleeding cash as

Garuda to drop face masks after passengers complain they can’t see cabin crew’s smiles 

National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia is planning to replace the face masks worn by its flight attendants with an alternative form of personal protective equipment (PPE) after passengers complained that the masks affected their perception of the ca

'Primodos victims' face disappointment as government U-turns on disability support report

After five decades of campaigning, people who were allegedly damaged by a pregnancy drug called Primodos had looked like they were about to get recognition of their condition.Known as "the forgotten thalidomide", many mothers who used hormone pregnan

'Primodos victims' face disappointment as government U-turns on disability support report