Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a motion of no confidence in Theresa May, after the Prime Minister said MPs would not vote on her Brexit deal until the week of 14 January, having delayed the vote from last week.

Corbyn said it was unacceptable for MPs to wait a month to vote, adding the PM had led the UK into a “national crisis”.


Shares in the UK online fashion retailer plunged 40% on Monday after it warned that weak sales in the crucial month of November would harm its annual profit for 2018.

CFO Helen Ashton left in March after three years at the group, with Britvic finance chief Matthew Dunn being revealed as her successor over six months later.

Aside from the immediate challenges, Dunn must work with CEO Nick Beighton who was formerly the CFO and former CEO Nick Robertson, who still sits on the board.

Despite selling a large chunk of  shares this year, Robertson still owns over 5m- worth over 6% of the company.

Although City stalwart Adam Crozier joined as chair in the Summer, holding the CEO and former CEO to account will be a difficult job- as the groups encounters choppy waters.


Improving auditor independence by forcing accounting firms to legally separate staff reviewing the accuracy of companies’ financial statements from the rest of their businesses, has been proposed by the Competition and Markets Authority.

The competition watchdog also proposed requiring large listed companies to each use two audit firms