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Retailers in England with over 250 staff to charge at least 5p

UK’s pro-EU campaign prepares to launch

Out group has already formed its executive team

CGI of Garden Bridge by Thomas Heatherwick

Opposition to London Garden Bridge mounts

Project loses political support amid uncertainty over funding and how design contract was awarded

Virgin automatically pays for late trains

System ends need to fill in forms but is only for advance tickets

Stamp duty hits top London house prices

Most expensive homes fall 5% as buyers turn to cheaper options

Comment: Time to halt PPI gravy train

Banks have learnt their lesson; ambulance chasers have not

Banks braced for extra £15bn PPI bill

FCA sets 2018 deadline on claims in rapprochement with lenders

End in sight for £26bn PPI scandal

Banks concerned that 2018 deadline is still too far off

School children play rugby at Wasps RFC, Twyford Avenue Sports Ground. To go with Malcolm Moore RFU legacy story.
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Rugby looks for state school conversions

RFU funds pay for sport’s introduction to 400-plus secondaries

Construction activity hits 7-month high

Worries about skills shortages continue to hamper sector

PPI: what next for banks and consumers?

Proposed deadline for claims is good news for UK banks

Brands cluster at East End ‘Bond Street’

Shoreditch property ‘has a look’ that many brands like

Deadline looms for PPI claims

Watchdog to consult on setting time limit for mis-selling complaints

Hope fades for Redcar steel plant rescue

Efforts continue but scale of debt rocks mothballing plan

Tory penchant for protecting big business

Ministers could do more to defend the free market in some sectors

Uber rallies customers against TfL plans

More than 118,000 people sign petition backing ride-hailing app after TfL proposes crackdown

Corbyn’s challenges to economic convention

Policy to cut deficit with tax rises for business has merit

Lawson’s journey to Brexit figurehead

Ex-Tory chancellor annoyed Thatcher pushing for Britain to join European exchange rate mechanism

Survey reinforces UK manufacturing gloom

First overall job losses in sector since spring 2013

Fracking company to woo SNP at conference

Ineos move to soften party opposition to gas drilling method

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