Holiday giant Tui has suffered widened losses for the half-year and a fall in summer bookings as Brexit uncertainty weighed on consumer confidence.

The FTSE 100 company reported an underlying loss of €301 million (£261m) for the six-month period to March 2019, up from a €170m (£148m) loss in the same period last year.

It said the grounding of Boeing's 737 Max planes has also eaten into profits.

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It warned in March that the grounding could cost up to €300m (£261m) as it leases more aircraft in response.

Betting giant William Hill has seen revenues rise as rapid growth in the US offset a decline in UK online income.

The FTSE 250 company reported a 2% jump in net revenue for the 17-week period to 30 April, as total online revenue was boosted by its acquisition of Swedish company Mr Green in January.

In the UK, online revenue slid by 8%, on the back of stricter regulations. Overall gaming revenue also dived, falling 15% as it was impacted by the cut in the maximum stake for fixed-odd betting terminals in the UK.

Its shares were down 2.1% at 135.3p.

Moss Bros has reported a jump in sales at the start of the year, despite "tough" trading conditions as it looks to recover from a spate of recent profit warnings.

The men's tailoring business reported a 1.5% year-on-year jump in total sales for the 15 weeks to May 11.

The firm said that like-for-like retail sales were up 2.2% on the same period last year, as it was buoyed by a 18.7% jump in E-commerce sales.

The high street retailer, which has over 120 shops in the UK, swung to a loss in 2018 after it was hit by stock shortages, extreme weather and heavy discounting. Shares in the company were up 4.7% at 22.4p.