Most UK employers do not plan to raise pay to match rising inflation
Most British companies do not expect to offer more generous pay deals to employees this year compared with 2016, adding to signs that higher inflation..
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UK car production hit 17-year high in February
British car production hit a 17-year high in February, extending a recent trend of surging output as a strong rise in exports once again compensated..
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UK exporters in 'sweet spot' before Brexit, may not last
British exporters, who have been boosted by sterling's fall but are still able to trade as before the Brexit vote, are in a ''sweet spot'' that is unlikely..
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Scottish independence referendum debate to resume on Tuesday
Scotland's parliament will resume its independence referendum debate on Tuesday after it suspended proceedings following an attack on Britain's national..
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UK retail sales suffer biggest three-monthly drop since 2010 as fuel costs bite
British retail sales in the three months to February recorded their biggest slide in nearly seven years as higher fuel prices eroded shoppers' disposable..
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Tesco pulls Heineken brands from shelves
Tesco, Britain's biggest supermarket, has pulled eight Heineken brands, including Amstel, Sol and Kingfisher beer from its shelves, as part of a move..
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British police arrest seven in probe into attack on parliament
British police have arrested seven people in the investigation into an attacker who killed three people and injured about 40 before being shot to..
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Retailer Next 'extremely cautious' about year ahead
British clothing retailer Next is ''extremely cautious'' about prospects for the year ahead, it said on Thursday, as it reported a 3.8 percent fall..
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Germany's Merkel expresses shock at London attack
German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed shock at the attack in which four people were killed and at least 20 injured in London on Wednesday, and she..
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Five dead, around 40 injured in parliament terrorist attack
Five people were killed and about 40 injured in London on Wednesday after a car ploughed into pedestrians and a suspected Islamist-inspired attacker..
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Assailant shot, policeman stabbed and several injured in parliament incident
A policeman was stabbed inside the perimeter of Britain's parliament building on Wednesday, an assailant was shot outside and several people lay bleeding..
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Britain may have big Brexit bill to settle with EU Investment Bank
Britain's bill for settling its financial position with the European Investment Bank after Brexit may be costly, the EIB's chairman said on Wednesday..
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EU sets Brexit talk conditions, priority for people, money, borders
The European Union's chief negotiator for Britain's exit from the bloc spelled out on Wednesday the EU's conditions and priorities for the talks, stressing..
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Scottish parliament to seek new independence vote despite UK govt rebuff
Scotland's devolved parliament will vote on Wednesday to give its government a mandate to seek a new independence referendum, despite Prime Minister..
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LinkedIn tries to hook more users with business news section
LinkedIn on Wednesday plans to launch a section on its network dedicated to business news, seeking to draw users onto the service more frequently to..
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UK to ask insurers to be realistic over airline laptop curbs
British Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said he would be contacting insurers on Wednesday to ask them to be ''realistic'' about the curbs on carry..
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Thames Water hit with record fine for polluting River Thames
One of Britain's biggest water companies was handed a record 20 million pound fine on Wednesday for pumping sewage into the River Thames, killing wildlife..
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Future EU-UK ties should be based on enhanced Canada deal says Dutch council
Britain's future relationship with the European Union should be based on the bloc's free trade agreement with Canada but enhanced with services-related..
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Leaving EU without deal would damage UK non-financial services
Failing to reach a comprehensive free trade deal with the European Union risks significant damage to Britain's trade in non-financial services, a committee..
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Not oil but trade - the economic case for Scottish independence
While the economic case for Scottish independence once centred on oil, people like company director Niall McLean now argue that trade is the way to..
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UK royals' sibling rivalry? Princess Anne says GMO crops have benefits
Britain's Princess Anne may have sparked some royal sibling rivalry after saying genetically modified crops had real benefits to offer, putting her..
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UK MPs demand more answers from VW over diesel scandal
British members of parliament have written to Volkswagen seeking more answers from the German carmaker over the diesel emissions scandal, after criticising..
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Brexit banks set to avoid lengthy euro zone entry test
Banks in London that relocate operations to the euro zone after Brexit are likely to be spared a lengthy entry test by regulators, making it easier..
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Brexit to shape rethink of EU financial supervision
A more powerful securities watchdog may be needed in the European Union to counter market fragmentation after Britain, its biggest financial centre..
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UK wants to be China's leading Western financial partner
The United Kingdom wants to be China's leading Western partner as the Asian power regains its place as the world's biggest economy, a top official at..
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