And Finally

And finally... Amazon founder's billionaire ex-wife to give away half of her settlement fortune

MacKenzie Bezos, the ex-wife of Amazon boss Jeff Bezos, has promised to give half of her £29bn fortune to charity.

Published 29 May 2019

And finally... Robin Hood government raids narco's garages

The new left-wing government in Mexico has hailed the success of a “Robin Hood” auction it has held of dozens of luxury cars seized from criminals to raise money for its social welfare programmes.

Published 28 May 2019

And finally... Netflix and no chill

A city which introduced the world's first tax on digital streaming services, dubbed the "Netflix tax", has finally started to collect significant amounts of money from the measure.

Published 27 May 2019

And finally... Facebook likes idea of its own crypto currency

Social media giant Facebook is planning to launch its own cryptocurrency next year, according to reports.

Published 24 May 2019

And finally... physical money becoming an alien concept to children

New academic research has revealed that school pupils in the UK are becoming increasingly unable to work out change, with physical money rapidly becoming an alien concept to them.

Published 23 May 2019

And finally... that takes the biscuit!

Three schoolchildren who sued a shop for defamation after being accused of stealing and opening a packet of biscuits have won their case.

Published 22 May 2019

And finally... billionaire vows to pay entire class's student debt

A billionaire American technology investor left a graduating class of students in Atlanta, Georgia, in sock on Sunday after announcing in his speech to them that he will pay off all of their student loans.

Published 21 May 2019

And finally... a king's ransom

Belgium's former king will be fined €5,000 a day until he agrees to take part in a court-ordered paternity test. King Albert II, who abdicated in 2013, was ordered last year to submit to a DNA test after a woman claimi

Published 20 May 2019

And finally... half of ‘sandwich generation’ have under 35 minutes a day to themselves

Nearly two million UK adults have barely half an hour of free time a day, because of the dual challenges of caring for younger and older relatives.

Published 17 May 2019

And finally... Kirk goes contactless

The Church of Scotland says it is now adapting to the increasing number of people choosing to make payments by card by rolling out a new “contactless collection plate”.

Published 16 May 2019

And finally... penny un-wise

A taxpayer was left baffled by a letter from HMRC demanding a sum of £0.01 for the 2017/18 tax year.

Published 15 May 2019

And finally... dead loss

Major funeral firm Dignity has warned that its profits are likely to decline this year because fewer people in Britain have died than they expected.

Published 14 May 2019

And finally... fingerprint cards leave older shoppers out of touch

The rise of financial technology has long come under fire for alienating the generation of baby boomers and and their parents who lack the tech savvy necessary to participate in what has been a revolution for the banking industry.

Published 13 May 2019

And finally... HMRC gaff leaves third of MSPs tax exempt

A blunder by HMRC bosses left almost a third of MSPs without status as Scottish taxpayers, it has emerged. 

Published 10 May 2019

And finally... strewth! Aussie note typo exposed

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has admitted 46 million of the most widely circulated banknotes in the country contain a typo.

Published 9 May 2019