Shetland gas project begins production

Aerial ship view at the Laggan and Tormore fields 125km north-west of the Shetland Islands
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Total has spent $3.5bn on landmark Laggan Tormore deepwater field

Beatles day trippers boost Liverpool

Legacy gives £82m lift to economy as fans take ticket to ride

Thicket of London towers criticised

There are 260 planned developments of more than 20 storeys

The Bank of England, City of London.

Business confidence falls to three-year low

Fears over global economy and Brexit referendum dent optimism

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Poor broadband threatens UK growth

Companies report inadequate connectivity and rising prices

Satan gives Jeffrey Archer a tax break

Not a penny more, but a penny less tax as author donates statue

View of luxury yachts in harbor of Monaco.

High-flying fund managers in demand

Bonuses for handling cash for super-rich clients are on the increase

UK construction boosted by surge of big projects

Infrastructure forecast to be the leading growth area

Picture: Lorne Campbell / Guzelian Feature on Drax Power Station, Drax, North Yorkshire. Picture shows the biomass storage dome area. PICTURE TAKEN ON TUESDAY 26 JANUARY 2016
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Drax warns on coal stations deadline

Incentives for other fuels needed to meet 2025 target, says power chief

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BBC sets its sights on youngest of entrepreneurs

A new series, Pocket Money Pitch, invites children aged 8 to 14 to ‘sell’ ideas

Osborne quizzed over banks taxes

Clarification sought on offsetting misconduct costs

Thatcher’s home on the market for £30m

Cinema and bar lie behind Iron Lady’s steel front door

Mayfair restaurants are off

Chefs packing up and cashing in on soaring West End rents

Survey of FTSE finds Brexit complacency

Despite potential impact, few companies have contingencies for leaving EU

Top UK businesses unprepared for Brexit

FTSE blue-chips making few contingency plans

The flaw in the campaign for Brexit

Advocates of departure from the EU cannot agree what ‘Out’ means

UK business looks to woo ‘Chinese pound’

Tourism from China has shot up but there are signs the year of the monkey will not prove prosperous

Age UK to ‘keep focusing on commerce’

Charity says its millions keep it independent from government

Tube strike off but more are scheduled

Maintenance workers’ dispute adds to action by station staff

Burberry reshapes fashion’s seasons

Changing consumer culture prompts retail strategy revamp

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