Get involved! Send your photos, video, news & views by texting BA NEWS to 80360 or e-mail us
2:53pm Thursday 5th December 2013
2:45pm Thursday 5th December 2013
2:10pm Thursday 5th December 2013
10:10am Thursday 5th December 2013
8:49am Thursday 5th December 2013
8:47am Thursday 5th December 2013
8:45am Thursday 5th December 2013
8:43am Thursday 5th December 2013
8:41am Thursday 5th December 2013
MORE than half the cost of George Osborne's cuts to corporation tax could eventually be clawed back by the Treasury as a result of the extra jobs, growth and investment that they stimulate, the Chancellor is claiming.
8:39am Thursday 5th December 2013
7:10am Thursday 5th December 2013
6:40am Thursday 5th December 2013
6:20am Thursday 5th December 2013
BILLS sent out by South Staffs Water (SSW), which includes Cambridge Water, look set to stay the second lowest average water bills in England and Wales, with the only rise expected to be by inflation between 2015 and 2020.
6:10am Thursday 5th December 2013
5:50am Thursday 5th December 2013
11:17am Wednesday 4th December 2013
ROYAL Bank of Scotland and Barclays are among a raft of global banking giants involved in a record 1.7 billion euro (£1.4 billion) settlement with European regulators in the latest rate-rigging crackdown.
11:15am Wednesday 4th December 2013
8:26am Wednesday 4th December 2013
8:25am Wednesday 4th December 2013
8:23am Wednesday 4th December 2013
8:20am Wednesday 4th December 2013
8:18am Wednesday 4th December 2013
7:10am Wednesday 4th December 2013
AHEAD of tomorrow’s Autumn Statement announcement, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has today called on George Osborne to spell out a clearer plan for the nation’s infrastructure priorities.
7:00am Wednesday 4th December 2013
6:40am Wednesday 4th December 2013
LUDLOW MP Philip Dunne has welcomed news of £640 million of additional Government funding over the next three years for the Post Office to expand its current modernisation programme and maintain the network of 11,500 branches across the UK.
6:20am Wednesday 4th December 2013
6:10am Wednesday 4th December 2013
6:00am Wednesday 4th December 2013
3:56pm Tuesday 3rd December 2013
3:41pm Tuesday 3rd December 2013
10:38am Tuesday 3rd December 2013
THE UK's performance in reading, maths and science has failed to improve in recent years, leaving the nation's teenagers lagging far behind their peers in countries such as Singapore, Korea and Japan, a major international report has found.
8:27am Tuesday 3rd December 2013
8:24am Tuesday 3rd December 2013
8:22am Tuesday 3rd December 2013
8:20am Tuesday 3rd December 2013
6:40am Tuesday 3rd December 2013
6:20am Tuesday 3rd December 2013
6:10am Tuesday 3rd December 2013
THREE in five (60%) British workers have already had at least four jobs in their lifetime, with one in 10 (12%) over-55s having worked at more than 10 different places according to workplace pensions provider NOW: Pensions.
6:00am Tuesday 3rd December 2013
DISABILITY employment services provider Remploy is marking International Day of Disabled People (IDDP) today with a call to employers in the West Midlands to increase the number of disabled people in work.
8:31am Monday 2nd December 2013
8:30am Monday 2nd December 2013
8:27am Monday 2nd December 2013
8:25am Monday 2nd December 2013
8:22am Monday 2nd December 2013
6:40am Monday 2nd December 2013
6:20am Monday 2nd December 2013
6:10am Monday 2nd December 2013
6:40am Sunday 1st December 2013
PEOPLE are being advised to hide away their laptops during the upcoming party season, after new research by consumer delivery specialists myHermes found that more than 20% of people admitted to shopping online after having too much to drink and regretted it afterwards.
6:20am Sunday 1st December 2013
ONLINE credit information provider Equifax has welcomed new research from consumer champion, Which?, identifying consumer perceptions - and misperceptions - about the content of credit files and the role of the credit reference agencies.
6:10am Sunday 1st December 2013