Sainsbury's has removed the Fairtrade logo from some of its tea products, replacing it with its own internal "Fairly Traded" certification scheme.
A report by the Changing Markets Foundation claimed that factories in Asia supplying some of the UK's biggest brands were linked to "devastating air and water pollution".
"This report must be a catalyst for change and improvement: In some cases victims’ lives will depend on it."
The painstaking process of formally identifying those who died in the Grenfell Tower tragedy has concluded that the final number of victims is 71.
British music promoters have turned a derelict Croatian island into a luxury holiday destination, but it has been beset by a range of issues since day one. Now people are complaining of last-minute cancellations.
The UK's biggest supermarket has announced it will cut 1,200 head office jobs, which is around 25% of its head office workforce.
The Top Shop owner sold BHS for £1 to a man with limited retail experience before it collapsed with a pension deficit of £571 million.
The Department for Communities and Local Government confirmed to BuzzFeed News that cladding on two private buildings had failed the combustibility tests.
A World-Famous Author Has Offered To Name A Character After A Teenager Who Died In The Grenfell Fire
Philip Pullman, who wrote the His Dark Materials trilogy, will name a character in his next book after a victim of the blaze, after a teacher made a bid in her honour at an auction.
Matthew Taylor, CEO of the Royal Society of Arts, is leading a government review of modern employment that will consider the issue of insecure work.
Hotpoint Is Asking People Who Own The Same Fridge Freezer Model Linked To The Grenfell Blaze To Get In Touch
The fire at Grenfell Tower that killed at least 79 people is believed to have started in a Hotpoint fridge-freezer, detective said. The model is now undergoing urgent testing.
McDonalds has announced that customers living near selected restaurants in London, Leeds, and Nottingham can order via the UberEats app.
Councils and social housing landlords are testing hundreds of buildings for flammable cladding, but for private landlords that testing will be "voluntary".
The prime minister, Theresa May, has apologised for the government's response to the Grenfell fire tragedy, and said "it was not good enough."
The figures are part of a pledge to hire 10,000 refugees worldwide that prompted a boycott in the US with the hashtag #AmericaFirst when it was first announced.
Scores of people were unaccounted for after a fire tore through Grenfell Tower in west London in on 14 June, but police said in November that the final death toll was 71.
Khadija Saye, whose work is currently being exhibited in Venice, was a friend of Labour MP David Lammy. Relatives wrote on Facebook that her mother Mary Mendy had also died in the fire.
AO Group, owner of Expert Logistics, said it "refutes" the claims, but apologised after drivers received unofficial letters warning them they could have their contracts terminated for littering.
The company has issued a voluntary recall of some products and is warning consumers not to eat them as a "precaution".
Theresa May has said she will govern with help from her party's "friends and allies" in the DUP. But Northern Ireland's largest party has a controversial record on many issues.