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The Scottish government is in line for a windfall of almost £700m after the largest ever auction of the country’s seabed plots attracted bids from big oil and renewable energy companies hoping to build next generation windfarms. Crown Estate Scotland has

Amazon has reversed a decision to ban its customers from using UK-issued Visa credit cards as the two companies continue to try to resolve a dispute over payment fees. The online retailer had been expected to introduce the ban from tomorrow

A middle-aged sales assistant has won an age and sex harassment case after her male boss made loud comments about her going through the menopause in front of customers. Leigh Best, 54, (pictured) heard her boss shouting “at the top of

Tens of thousands of middle-income families face being investigated by the taxman after the government changed the law to go after people who had “unwittingly” overclaimed child benefit. HM Revenue & Customs has been given powers to examine the financial records

One of the most critical decisions manufacturing managers have to make during the production process is what type of material they should use to produce their products. It is crucial that you decide on the best material to make the most

A UK-backed mission which will search for Earth-like planets orbiting alien stars has been given the green light to continue with its development after passing a critical milestone review. The UK Space Agency has invested £25 million in innovative science for

According to a new survey a staggering 3 out of 5 UK professionals are unhappy with their current salary. The study, which surveyed 1,500 professionals, also went on to reveal that lawyers, teachers and new graduates were the most disappointed with