Surely the Geneva Convention forbids this sort of thing. Should the hapless Daily Telegraph ad salesman prang his Golf or Alfa, proprietor Conrad Black has devised a form of punishment that must count as cruel, if not downright unnatural. Until his car is back on the road, the offending salesperson is banished to - I can hardly bring myself to write the words - a Reliant Robin. Imagine the shame: pulling up outside the Rose and Spiv in something that does not even have the usual complement of wheels, far less a little hook on which to hand one's sheepskin jacket. And the jokes about Del-Boy Trotter: too ghastly. Not surprisingly, the annual tally of accidents afflicting the DT fleet fell from nearly 40 to just 12 during the scheme's first year. The Ultimate Sanction has not had to be involved at all for the last three months. "It's working marvellously," purrs one executive, to whose Jag such draconianisms do not apply.
The Great British Bake Off star on being the first woman to run a 'serious restaurant', ageism and that unfortunate tweet.
UPDATE: The construction firm goes into liquidation after being unable to reach a deal with creditors and government.
The co-founder of West End Drinks named her gin in honour of her co-founder's father, strip club tycoon Paul Raymond.
As of tomorrow - 13th Jan - open banking is officially A Thing. But what is and how will it work for entrepreneurs?
Why aren't more men shouting out about equal pay? All of us are dependent on women being paid fairly.
Step into tomorrow's world of biophilic design, giant staircases and work pods.