These are the worst examples of speeding caught by police in England, Scotland and Wales during lockdown.
In May, the average cost of a home fell by 1.7 per cent month-on-month, marking the sharpest decline since the depths of the financial crisis.
An elderly Scottish Power customer was left unable to renew her contract with the firm after she was told she was £17,000 in credit.
Even in these extraordinary times, tried and trusted investment principles can be the best response for investors looking to rebuild their portfolios, says Joe Little.
Some 17% of adults anticipate getting a significant sum, and nearly two thirds of them are relying on it despite the risk it might materialise late or never, or be smaller than they hope.
The Financial Conduct Authority's interim boss is in overdrive. He has taken command of the troubling issue of insurers seeking to slough off responsibility for business interruption policies.
In line with a lifting of restrictions on 'non-essential' stores, Associated British Foods said Primark will welcome customers back to all 153 of its outlets in England on June 15.
Hoch Capital, Magnum FX, Rodeler and F1Markets, have been banned from the UK. The FCA found they were enticing customers using unauthorised celebrity endorsements.
The construction company managed to keep 78 per cent of its UK sites open in April - when most builders had shut down amid restrictive social distancing rules - and more than 80 per cent in May.
The Financial Conduct Authority launched its probe on Friday into the controversial guarantor lender, which has in the past been branded a 'legal loan shark' by Labour MP Stella Creasy.
Thousands of companies were stunned when their insurers claimed the business interruption policies they had bought did not cover losses incurred when they were ordered to close.
The coffee-and-sandwich chain is renegotiating rents and has drafted in advisers from Alvarez & Marsal and CWM to build a 'radical' new strategy to adapt its business model.
The Universities Superannuation Scheme said it would divest from tobacco businesses, firms that get more than 25 per cent of their revenues from thermal coal mining and certain arms firms.
Despite savers in the Woodford Equity Income Fund losing at least 23 per cent of their initial investment, with many missing much more, not a single person has been held to account.
Playtech boss Mor Weizer (pictured) refused to pay a £3.5m fine to the Gambling Commission, the industry's policeman, for Playtech's role in the suicide of Chris Bruney in 2017.