British airline Flybe, known for being the largest independent regional airline in Europe, entered the New Year reporting financial difficulties and that the brand was at risk of collapsing.
A third of Brits don't bother with mobile banking - and fewer than one in ten use app-only banks.
Political uncertainty surrounding the general election has gone, and we now have a Government with a strong mandate and a clear direction on Brexit. The clarity has freed consumer confidence to tick upwards during December.
As the year draws to a close, 2019 has seen some well-known British brands celebrate anniversaries and centenaries. Two of Britain’s largest supermarkets, Tesco and Sainsbury’s celebrated their 100 and 150 year anniversaries respectively, while airline British Airways also celebrated its 100th year of trading.
Consumer confidence has ticked upwards by 1.1 points to 105.1 despite the uncertainty of an impending general election, according to the latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
Tesco’s chief executive Dave Lewis will leave the Big 4 retailer next summer, an announcement that sent shock waves across the industry.
New analysis from YouGov BrandIndex reveals that the company with the strongest brand advocates in 2019 is Monzo.
Over three quarters of Brits want to raise taxes for the richest of the rich – but more than eight in ten believe they’d just find a way to avoid paying.
Australian conglomerate Wesfarmers, which own Australian DIY retailer Bunnings, bought the British home improvement brand Homebase in 2016 in what was dubbed ‘the most disastrous retail acquisition in the UK ever’ by analysts.
John McDonnell, Labour’s shadow chancellor, has launched his party’s election campaign with a radical plan to increase public spending in Britain.