Economics Diary

Eurozone growth likely to have held up in third quarter

Virgin Media closes in on Arqiva takeover

Deal set to strengthen telecoms group’s foothold in WiFi industry

E7G8GH Sizewell A and B nuclear power stations. Sizewell A which is on the left, is being decommissioned.
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UK nuclear industry hit by fresh turmoil

Threat of legal action over botched £7bn clean-up

The Guardian Angels stand on the platformPeople ride the Night Tube on August 20, 2016
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Bars and restaurants toast night Tube

City searches for ‘tsar’ to champion night economy

Gagosian opened its new gallery space in Grosvenor Hill at the end of last year. Alberto Giacometti Yves Klein: In Search of the Absolute was among its first shows
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Mega-galleries edge out Mayfair masters

Contemporary art dealers move into prime locations

The new London Bridge station as viewed from the nearby Shard skyscraper
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Milestone for new London Bridge station

A key hub that has been four years and £1bn in the making

Solar and wind power in coastal saline and alkaline land ID 33516900 © Chuyu | Dreamstime.com Solar and wind power in coastal saline and alkaline land, develop shoals background.
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Batteries power UK switch to renewables

Record European deal agreed as Grid moves to prevent blackouts

Britain’s bullish consumers

Companies doing their forward planning are not feeling so certain

Consumer spending drives UK growth

Second-quarter data show momentum ahead of Brexit vote

A model of the proposed Hinkley Point C power station. The project to build the reactor is expected to cost £18bn
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Hinkley alternatives ‘offer huge saving’

Opting for offshore wind farms and gas could save £1bn a year

Brexit: apocalypse, no

If the sky fell, and people ignored it, has the sky really fallen?

Heritage lobby puts boot into Neville plan

Campaigners oppose ex-Man Utd player’s skyscrapers proposal

Housing construction picks up in England

Tories still short of target of delivering 1m new homes by 2020

Brexit offers opportunities to UK science

Britain needs light touch regulation similar to Switzerland

Call to focus industrial strategy on cities

May urged to follow lead of business and concentrate on urban areas

Automatic citizenship urged for EU medics

Think-tank warns on risk of key personnel leaving NHS

Scotland and the Brexit paradox

The EU referendum decision has made it costlier to leave the UK

Oil slump hits SNP case for independence

Figures show breakaway nation would face huge fiscal challenges

Brexit costs will be felt soon enough

Britons will get poorer through prices rising more than wages

UK housing market steady after Brexit vote

Pressures and uncertainty mean outlook remains difficult, experts warn

The FT’s one-stop overview of key British economic data, including GDP, inflation, unemployment, business surveys, the public finances and house prices

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