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Uber will no longer run services in London after September 30 following the city’s transport authority’s decision not to renew its private hire operator licence.

The newest versions of the iPhone, the 8 and 8 plus, are expected not to attract the traditional queues outside Apple’s flagship retail stores when they go on sale in the UK for the first time today.

An independent ship repairer is riding a wave of prosperity in East Anglia’s maritime sector with further investment in its regional operations.

Two district councils are celebrating the impact of young talent after taking on a record amount of apprentices this summer.

The UK’s political climate is not doing any favours for employers’ confidence in the economy, which has fallen to the lowest level since the EU referendum, according to a new report.

Some Ryanair passengers have reported having to pay again to pick seats or take hold luggage when re-booking flights after the airline announced mass cancellations.

A boom in manufacturing which saw the UK named the eighth largest industrial nation is expected to level off as it prepares to leave the European Union – a significant market for East Anglian exporters.

Firms are under-estimating the demand for flexible working amid growing popularity of part-time, home-based or remote jobs, research shows.

Anglian Water Business has struck lucky after securing a contract with Betfred.

Britain is now the eighth largest industrial nation, after manufacturing returned to growth last year, according to a new report.

Changes to the process of making a will could “provide a treasure trove for dissatisfied relatives” , according to an East Anglian law firm.

With small and medium-sized businesses making up a vast majority of the East Anglian business community, its leaders must work to ensure smaller firms have an economy in which to thrive.

An influx of British “staycationers” and overseas tourists driven by the weak pound helped the UK high street to enjoy its best month in almost two years.

Tactics used by food retailers to up-sell junk food could lead customers to consume an extra 17,000 calories in a year, a new report claims.

Barratt Homes has reported a rise in full-year profits as “robust consumer demand” helps prop up the housing market despite signs of a wider slowdown since the EU referendum.

As mounting shareholder frustration at Sports Direct looks set to topple its chairman, owner Mike Ashley maintains confidence in his ambition to make the firm the “Selfridges of sport”.

Take a first look at the new waterside accommodation which will be opening at a holiday village on the Norfolk/Suffolk border next year.

Britain’s regional prosperity is starting to take a hit from tougher economic conditions and uncertainty surrounding Brexit negotiations – but the East of England is fighting off the impacts.

Workers at restaurant giant McDonald’s are staging their first ever strike in the UK on Monday.

The chief executive of struggling fashion chain New Look has quit.

More staff vacancy signs are going up in restaurants and hotels across the UK amid fears that Brexit and high employment rates are making it harder to attract staff.

Business confidence in the East of England has fallen back into negative territory, reversing the gains made in the second quarter of 2017, a new survey reveals.

Measures to tackle red tape and improve imports need to be put in place before Brexit to stop food price rises, a business lobbying body has warned.

In the face of an ageing population leaders in East Anglia are focused on increasing the skill level of the region’s workforce. But what is the best educational route to take? Bethany Whymark reports.

Theresa May has relaunched her attack on fat-cat bosses and the “unacceptable face of capitalism” with proposed laws aiming to bring greater pay transparency to the boardroom.

Remaining customers of the Big Six energy firms have forked out an extra £7.3bn over the last five years, a new report reveals.

UK oil imports could halve under an ambitious target to phase out sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030, a study by environmental and aid organisations suggests.

Bureaucracy and a lack of resources are preventing smaller firms from taking advantage of public sector contracts, according to a business owner who managed to secure one.

Dixons Carphone has issued a profit warning as the soaring cost of mobile phones leads people to hold onto their handsets for longer.

The number of new cars rolling off the production line in Britain rose 8% in July, new figures reveal.

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