Noel Edmonds is accused of running off to New Zealand to avoid paying £1million debt to Bad Boy Brexit creditor Arron Banks – who says: ‘No Deal is not an option!’

Mr Banks – the self-confessed ‘Bad Boy of Brexit’ – told The Mail on Sunday: ‘I’m fuming. Mr Edmonds has run off to a lush part of New Zealand with my money, dishonestly trying to hide from his debtors. We backed him when no one else would in his fight with the banks, he won […]

Government needs to give Air New Zealand ‘timely response’, National Party says

The Government needs to give Air New Zealand a timely response on its future capital structure so the airline can get on with what it needs to do, including accessing debt or equity from international markets, the National Party says.

Silence from Government and Air NZ raises questions about future ownership

“It is effectively temporary, to provide the liquidity essential to Air New Zealand in its current state. With that loan in place, the airline is able to put off any market approach, thereby providing a window for any alternative restructuring plan to be developed between the company and the Government.”

‘Bow wave’ of mortgage pain ahead, credit agency says

“The economic impact of Covid-19 will be felt more in the future as some of the other schemes start to run out. Businesses will start to recognise that this is a longer-term issue, and they will have to make some hard decisions. That’s when people will lose their jobs and income.”

Sports news feed: Kylian Mbappe tests positive for coronavirus

Michael Schumacher: A Formula One legend turns 50 A final bow Schumacher won the 91st race of his Formula One career in Shanghai on October 1, 2006. It would turn out to be the last win of his F1 career. Schumacher retired from racing at the end of the season, in which he finished second […]

Jones open to England TV documentary series that could boost RFU finances

Jones has called for consultation with the Premiership clubs to address the gruelling 12-month schedule facing England players. The Premiership is to resume in mid-August with nine rounds plus the play-offs and European fixtures to factor in. The following domestic season is to begin during a bumper autumn fixture list and run straight through the […]

Election 2020: Labour promises to slash paywave, credit card fees and lend billions to small businesses

“We will tighten regulations around merchant service fees charged by banks to retailers. Retailers are estimated to pay on average $13,000 more than their Australian counterparts each year on merchant service fees. This needs to change,” Nash said.

Election 2020: National promises to create ‘National Infrastructure Bank’ to fund government projects

“A key part of National’s plan to deal with the current economic and jobs crisis is to deliver world-class infrastructure … To do that we have to invest, and every dollar borrowed must be spent wisely on projects that improve our economy and build productivity,” Collins said.

Meghan Markle’s £1 million wardrobe! Value of Duchess’ designer gowns and jewellery paid for by Prince Charles certainly added up after her wedding – but who will foot the bill after Megxit tomorrow?

Givenchy short-sleeved top, £600Givenchy skirt, £1,199)Strathberry tote £575 Tan courts by Paul Andrew, £495Vanessa Tugendhaft Precious Earrings – £1,050 Black belted dress by Emilia Wickstead, £1,600Givenchy clutch, £1,500Aquazzura heels, £490Diamond drop earrings by Birks, £2,600 Roland Mouret dress £1,800Fendi handbag, £3,580Paul Andrew pumps, £465White gold and diamond earrings by Birks £9,000 Givenchy trouser-suit, £1,885Gold-buckle belt, £350Leather bag, £1,765Sarah Flint […]

Originair, Hamilton Airport prepare to restart regional passenger route

“It does depend on the mix of passengers, so for example a husband and wife, they are in a bubble together, if a family of four book, they are considered to be a single bubble too.