Emissions from planes are not included in the west London travel hub's carbon neutral status.
Health campaigners welcome the move as the trust says chocolate will be "less of a focus" from 2021.
The European Commission has warned that Google’s purchase of smartwatch company Fitbit may risk owners’ privacy and data protection.
Thousands of mums and dads on Universal Credit can claim up to £1,108 a month - or £13,296 a year - back to cover the cost of their childcare while at work
Another blow has been dealt to north-east passengers looking to fly to the south-east of England.
America's top cyber-security official will continue to fight to stop the UK using Huawei kit.
Happy days! The next-gen GTI is going to the Geneva Motor Show
Royal Mail has put forward a proposal to CWU which includes a 6% three-year pay deal for CWU-grade people.
Workers say the changes have placed them 'under intolerable levels of personal stress'.
The release of the new £20 note featuring JMW Turner gives collectors of physical cash another potential craze to keep an eye out for.
What is to stop my ex-husband converting everything to useless shares that are falling in value? Barrister Rhys Taylor explains how pensions are handled when couples divorce.
In what circumstances will airlines offer refunds and how should you plan ahead?
Californian Koenigsegg rival has an 11,000rpm V8, a 1+1 layout… and costs $1.7m
Predicted drop in passenger numbers because of outbreak will cost industry $29.3bn – Iata
Digital demand rockets with people are confined to their homes in a drive to curb the spread of the deadly infection.
Preparation work for Tesla’s Gigafactory near Berlin can continue after it was stopped following environmental complaints. The court said local authorities hadn’t bypassed regulations in allowing the tree felling work.
Figures offer snapshot on how Europe’s companies are dealing with fallout from disease
Researchers measured methane levels in ancient air samples and found that scientists have been vastly underestimating the amount of methane humans are emitting into the atmosphere via fossil fuels. The researchers indicate that reducing fossil fuel use is
When you’re living in a remote, isolated environment, things like bacteria and viruses can wreak havoc in a very short period of time. The International Space Station definitely qualifies as …
According to new research, when the brain is in a resting state, it can still help predict the empathetic predisposition of a person.