The UK's biggest retailer, Tesco, is stocking plasters in a variety of skin tones as it tries to give a better reflection of racial diversity.
It said the plasters, which come in light, medium and dark shades, would "better represent the nation".
Pressure growing on ministers to launch £2bn bailout, with rally planned by debt-stricken leaseholders
More than half a million people are living in unsafe private apartments wrapped in combustible cladding, according to a survey by property agents,
Countrywide and LSL Property Services have said they are in talks over a possible merger which could create the UK's largest estate agency.
The news comes after several years of losses at Countrywide and a difficult time for the sector.
NI's largest health unions have agreed a way forward with the Department of Health over pay parity.
Unison, Unite and the Royal College of Nursing had staged industrial action for several months in protest over pay and staffing.
Strike action was sus
Resolution Foundation says government borrowing will rise to 40% of GDP, eclipsing the Tony Blair years
Boris Johnson is planning to ramp up government borrowing to spend more than £1tn a year, increasing the size of the British state to make it bigg
Exclusive: homelessness surge blamed for rising number of crushing deaths and injuries
Rough sleepers are sheltering in bins all year round, with surging homelessness in the UK blamed for a rising number of deaths by crushing and near misses while co
Exeter-based eco-friendly vehicle sharing co-operative Co Cars has launched a £600k funding round to grow its shared mobility initiatives.
Co Cars is asking residents and b
PORTSMOUTH City Council leader Gerald Vernon-Jackson is calling on the government to allow councils to have the power to charge a tourist tax to help them generate income.
He raised the issue in his role as chair of the Tourism Board for the Local G
NHS bosses are offering extra cash to dentists willing to work in Portsmouth after admitting it will be a struggle to replace surgeries that closed.
In a bid to make working in the city 'more attractive' a number of incentives for potential dentists
High cost of entry under immigration overhaul will put off applicants, says thinktank
The UK’s “sky-high” visa fees could deter vital NHS staff and the “brightest and best” scientists that Boris Johnson wants to attract with his new immigration polic
Owners of wood burners, stoves and open fires will no longer be able to buy coal or wet wood to burn in them, under a ban to be rolled out from next year.
Sales of the two most polluting fuels will be phased out in England to help cut air pollution,