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Covid-19: Lloyds staff to work from home until spring
Staff currently working from home because of the pandemic will be asked to do so until spring 2021.
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25-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

‘I owe £180,000 in tax and I haven’t told my wife’
How tax avoidance left one man struggling with debt and with secrets.
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25-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

Samsung Group titan Lee Kun-hee dies aged 78
Mr Lee helped to grow his father's small trading business into a global industrial powerhouse.
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25-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

Brexit: Cost of everyday goods 'could rise' without a deal, hauliers warn
Freight industry body warns the lack of an agreement on tariffs could make things more expensive.
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25-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

British-bred Royal Enfield speeding ahead in Asia
How Royal Enfield motorbikes are planning to expand in Asia, the world's biggest motorbike market.
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24-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

£15bn fund essential to avert 'economic catastrophe', historian Seldon warns
A £15bn National Renewal Fund targeted at more than 20,000 "growth economy" companies needs to be set up if Britain is to avert an "economic catastrophe" triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, the eminent historian Sir Anthony Seldon warns this weekend.

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24-Oct-2020 - Source: Sky News

Why ordinary people inspired by Rashford are offering free meals for children this week
Inspired by footballer Marcus Rashford’s campaign, businesses across the country have pledged to provide free meals for children from families struggling during the pandemic.

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24-Oct-2020 - Source: Sky News

Buyout giant lines up ex-BBC chief for £300m EFL bid
The American buyout firm proposing a £300m cash injection into English football is lining up a former BBC executive to spearhead a revolution in the running of the lower leagues' commercial operations.

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24-Oct-2020 - Source: Sky News

The man who taught Uber how to say sorry
Economist John List had a bad ride with Uber and never got an apology, so he showed them the best way to do it.
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24-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

Small breweries warn 'reverse Robin Hood tax system' putting jobs at risk
Small breweries in Britain are warning that hundreds of jobs are at risk over government plans to cut tax relief.

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24-Oct-2020 - Source: Sky News

Covid: The 'impossible' businesses stuck in Tier 2 'zombie land'
The latest changes for Covid job support are not enough for some stuck in England's tier system.
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24-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

The amount of money made by furlough fraudsters makes for depressing reading
A report from the National Audit Office (NAO), looking into how well the Treasury and HM Revenue & Customs managed risks involved in implementing the furlough scheme - and its sister scheme to support the self-employed - makes for depressing reading.

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23-Oct-2020 - Source: Sky News

Connected car data group Wejo revs up £250m fundraising
A technology company which processes data from millions of cars is in talks to raise $350m (£268m) from investors, in what would be one of the biggest-ever fundraisings targeted by a British start-up.

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23-Oct-2020 - Source: Sky News

Furlough fraud: The taxman needs investment to catch the criminals
A report from the National Audit Office (NAO), looking into how well the Treasury and HM Revenue & Customs managed risks involved in implementing the furlough scheme - and its sister scheme to support the self-employed - makes for depressing reading.

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23-Oct-2020 - Source: Sky News

Covid: Virgin Holidays 'must pay refunds or face court'
The regulator sets deadlines for refunds to be paid, but the company says it is "98% through the queue".
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23-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

Covid-19 app users can't get isolation payment
An alert issued via the app will not mean the recipient can claim a payment for self-isolating.
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23-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

Caffe Nero weighs restructuring amid high street pain
Caffe Nero is considering an insolvency mechanism to restructure its financial liabilities as the coronavirus crisis continues to inflict pain on high Street hospitality businesses.

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23-Oct-2020 - Source: Sky News

Dangerous products sold online prompt call for change in law
Experts from charity Electrical Safety First found potentially dangerous items listed on online marketplaces.
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23-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

Gap considers closing its UK stores
The US clothing chain may shut all of its own UK stores and shift to a franchise model, it says
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23-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

Furlough fraudsters 'may have stolen more than £3bn'
The National Audit Office spending watchdog says a scheme designed to project jobs was open to abuse.
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23-Oct-2020 - Source: BBC News

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