Amazon starts to book UK sales in Britain

Shift over Luxembourg deal brings revenues in reach of taxman

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Addison Lee and Uber find common cause

Taxi groups oppose London mayor’s plans to curb private cabs

Trinity Mirror braced for more claims

Publisher considers change of tack after record privacy payouts

Wine trade chases shrinking UK profits

Decline in consumption and supermarket price war spell trouble

Final salary pensions gap worsens

Regulator says £44bn of extra contributions have failed to narrow deficit

Tobacco groups start action over branding

Standardised packaging rules infringe rights, companies claim

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Passion will make case for Europe’s union

The Scottish independence campaign showed facts alone do not win argument, writes Jim Murphy

Steve Hilton: out of step Tory guru

‘Hiltonism’ fed off the man’s inability to grasp a system he longed to control, writes Giles Wilkes

Production line at Warburtons bakery in Burnley, Lancashire
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Innovation helps Warburtons’ brand rise

Variety serves family bakery well to leave rivals looking stale

Shale group proposes fracking in Yorkshire

Third Energy is second company to apply for licence in the UK

UK public finances improve in April

Deficit down to £6.8bn, £2.5bn lower than year ago

Regulator outlines scope of banking probe

FCA focus on choice and transparency in capital markets and M&A

Young landlords drive pubs revival

Focus on food boosts turnover as owners adapt to changing trends

‘Challenger’ banks similar to big lenders

New entrants unlikely to attract customers and offer competition

Paris attacks UK’s EU bank reform opt-out

Dry run in UK push for special treatment within single market

PM aims to cut non-EU skilled migrants

Businesses warn of economic fallout from planned clampdown

Osborne urges Whitehall to embrace cuts

Chancellor seeks elimination of deficit through more savings

The heist with everything

Hatton Garden crime caper designed for silver screen

Trinity Mirror hacking victims awarded £1.2m

Sadie Frost and Paul Gascoigne receive payouts in test case

UK rail strike off after deal with unions

RMT accepts offer from Network Rail after Acas talks

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