The firm says the move is due to global changes in the car industry and has nothing to do with Brexit.
Leadership urged to act on concerns as two Tory MPs consider joining group formed by Labour rebels.
Rail companies have been advising customers to travel with their ticket confirmation email.
Clothing brands and retailers should pay per item to fund a £35m annual recycling scheme, MPs say.
Items belonging to Hugo Palmer and Erwan Ferrieux were found on a popular beach, police say.
Meet some of the Syrians returning home and trading, at the re-opened crossing between Jordan and Syria.
A record 32.6 million people were in work between October and December, official figures show.
Pakistan says only dialogue will resolve differences as India mourns its dead in Kashmir.
Researchers have developed a test that can detect the condition in minutes - instead of up to 72 hours.
The victim collapsed in the reception area of the London hotel but died shortly after.
LBC presenter Maajid Nawaz says he was racially abused and attacked outside a London theatre.
More than 300 workers in Birmingham are walking out over claims some staff have been "blacklisted".
Three times as many male as female pop stars appeared on last year's biggest hit singles.
Tuesday's papers are dominated by the 'gang of seven' quitting the Labour Party over Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
Thirteen-year-old Alysa Liu is the youngest ever US women's national figure skating champion.
Louise Baker says women shouldn't mind getting dirty and enjoy working with cars.
George Mendonsa was famously photographed during VJ Day celebrations in New York in 1945.
After the closure of thousands of clinics in rural Russia, one region has taken matters into its own hands.
I'll Fight, a song written for documentary RBG, is Diane Warren's tenth Oscar-nominated song.
An advert for Zara has sparked a row over whether freckles "uglify" Chinese people.
Sydney Langton wants to make it big in the animal art world.
BBC coverage of latest developments
The value of the pound has changed a lot over the past three years - making us all a little poorer.
Why are churches across Britain adorned with carvings of naked women exposing their genitalia?
Twenty years since the review into the murder of Stephen Lawrence, what has changed?
Azis and his family were thinking of crossing the Channel in a small boat, but heard horror stories from fellow migrants.
Kim Chang-son has been seen checking out potential venues ahead of the summit in Hanoi.
Although the IS caliphate may be over, tensions in Iraq and Syria mean the ideology remains alive.
Hundreds of Indians attending a public meeting were shot dead by British troops on 13 April 1919.
A decade from now, memory-boosting implants could be available commercially, but at what risk?
When Ren Zhengfei started Huawei in 1987 little did he know it would become a global telecoms giant.
As some compare Labour resignations to the formation of the 1980s party, we look at how the SDP emerged.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri says his team played "confused football" as Manchester United win at Stamford Bridge to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Maurizio Sarri will be sacked by Chelsea before their next game, said ex-Blues striker Chris Sutton after their FA Cup exit to Man Utd.
England loose-head prop Ellis Genge vows to do things his own way after being tasked with filling in for the 'best in the world' in Mako Vunipola.
Watch highlights as Manchester United cruise past Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Watch our selection of the best goals from the FA Cup fifth round and then choose your favourite.
Gymnast Simone Biles and tennis player Novak Djokovic win the top prizes at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Monaco.
The abandoned Chernobyl exclusion zone could be about to change for the first time since the world's worst nuclear disaster.
When Alex Smith joined the Army he didn't reveal to anyone he had spent years training to be a dancer.
The trial and conviction of the notorious Joaquín Guzmán tells us much about the multi-billion drugs trade.
Officers said it was clear locals wanted to help the police find out what happened to Kevin Byrne.
More than 1,400 prisoners in Scotland have had to share a single cell with another inmate, the justice secretary confirms.
Campaigners say passengers were unable to board packed trains on the Borders route in the run up to Christmas.
The high-tech scheme will allow more travellers to drop off or collect cars close to Edinburgh Airport.
The Museum of Childhood in Edinburgh looks at the choices and challenges facing parents through the years.
The Scottish rural economy secretary wants clarification on what happens after Brexit.
Profits jump at the bank, but it warns the economy faces a heightened level of Brexit uncertainty.
Fife Flyers coach Todd Dutiaume sympathises with the fans after they lose both games at the weekend.
Hearts keeper Colin Doyle's calamitous stoppage-time error gifts Motherwell a sixth successive Scottish Premiership victory.
Jamie-Lee Napier and Kirsten Reilly can help fill the void left by Hibernian's pre-season exodus, says coach Grant Scott.
Goals from Florian Kamberi and Marc McNulty give new Hibs head coach Paul Heckingbottom a winning start as they beat Hamilton to move up to seventh.
Scott Wright inspires Dundee as they come from behind to beat 10-man Livingston and move out of the Scottish Premiership's bottom two.
Dunfermline Athletic secure their first win under head coach Stevie Crawford as Joe Thomson's goal beats fourth-top Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Welsh side Connah's Quay Nomads will face Ross County in the Scottish Challenge Cup final after beating Edinburgh City 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.
New Hibernian boss Paul Heckingbottom was the only person offered the job, says chief executive Leeann Dempster.
Edinburgh have to keep "battling" for points if they're to reach the Pro14 play-offs, says Richard Cockerill.
Edinburgh fight off a spirited Dragons side to secure a bonus-point win at Murrayfield and stay in the hunt for a Pro14 play-off place.
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 8 and 15 February.
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1. How to determine if you should confront a colleague. It can be hard to know what to do if you’re having problems working with a colleague. Should you confront the issue head-on, or is it better to stay quiet? Ask yourself these questions to decide the best way forward: [READ MORE]
2. Psychopaths drink their coffee black. If you like your coffee black, you may be someone who prefers strong flavours, takes good care of their health, or just wants to drink their coffee the way it’s supposed to be drunk. Or, you may be a psychopath. At least, that’s according to a new study carried out by researchers at the University of Innsbruck which found a correlation between a love of black coffee and sadist or psychopathic tendencies. Appetite
3. Carney says one-in-four chance of 2019 recession. The Bank of England said there is a one-in-four chance of recession by the summer because of uncertainty over Brexit. Governor Mark Carney blamed the “fog of Brexit” as he forecast that the economy would grow this year at its slowest rate since the financial crash of 2008. As expected, the Bank kept interest rates on hold at 0.75%. Metro
4. BBC Radio 4 loses 750,000 listeners. Speech station BBC Radio 4 lost 750,000 listeners last year, while commercial rivals have boomed, new figures show. Audience figures for LBC, where presenters include Nigel Farage and former Radio 4 stalwart Eddie Mair, have climbed to 2.2 million a week. By contrast, BBC 5 Live has lost 10% of its audience, which is now less than five million. The Guardian
5. Women victims in 63% of romance scams. Victims of romance scams - the majority of whom are women - lost an average of £11,145 each last year. The data, from police reporting centre Action Fraud, showed that £50m was lost in these scams in 2018 when fraudsters pretend to be romantically attached. Fraudsters trick victims into sending money or gather enough personal information to steal their identities. These scams of the heart are being highlighted ahead of Valentine's Day. BBC
6. Illegal electronic waste: UK worst in EU. Britain is the worst offender in Europe for illegally exporting so-called electronic waste – used circuitry and broken electronic devices – says environmental watchdog the Basel Action Network. The rubbish is being sent from recycling facilities to third-world countries, even though such exports are banned under EU law because the waste contains mercury, lead and other toxins. euronews
7. Magnetic north pole ‘moving fast’ to Russia. The Earth’s magnetic north pole is drifting faster than anticipated, forcing scientists to revise the data used in consumer electronics and navigation systems. Magnetic north - the point that a compass recognises as north - is drifting at about 34 miles a year and is now leaving the Canadian Arctic and heading towards Siberia. GPS navigation is not affected because it relies on satellites. The Independent
8. Nearly half of bus routes 'under threat due to cuts'. Nearly half of bus routes are in danger of being scrapped due to a funding crisis. Some 12,700 services are at risk because their funding may have to be diverted to deal with a £652m shortfall for the free bus pass scheme. Town hall leaders say older people could end up “having a free bus pass but no bus to travel on” as a result. The Mirror
9. How beer before wine will not leave you fine. Researchers in Germany have found that the order in which alcoholic drinks are consumed makes no difference to the calibre of the resulting hangover - putting the lie to the old saying: “Beer before wine, you’ll feel fine.” Volunteers were tested under lab conditions, with one in ten throwing up the next day. The researchers said they only tested beer against white wine. Daily Mail
10. The bottom line. Legacy banks are worried about the digital insurrection. The market share for current accounts of the big four legacy banks – Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland/NatWest, HSBC and Lloyds – is shrinking rapidly, from 92 per cent of all bank customers a decade ago to around 70 per cent today. The horsemen of the fintech revolution are Monzo, Revolut, N26, Atom and Starling Bank. Wired
Alex's girlfriend is the first woman in the UK to be jailed for controlling and coercive behaviour.
The seven MPs - Chuka Umunna, Luciana Berger, Chris Leslie, Angela Smith, Mike Gapes, Gavin Shuker and Ann Coffey - explain why they've resigned from the Labour Party.
Louise Baker says women shouldn't mind getting dirty and enjoy working with cars.
What do these Neath pupils think of plastic waste after a beach clean-up?
Staff leaving the factory in Swindon share their reactions to reports that it will close in 2022.
"We have to be mindful of the moments in life our customers are in," says storage boss Anthony Paine.
We went to Brighton, "the gay capital of the UK", to test how much the public knows about LGBT history.
The singer say she is encouraged by improvements in gender equality but there's "still work to be done".