UK manufacturing gloom deepens

CBI survey shows optimism falling on output, orders and jobs

Europe offers models for N Ireland border

Search for way to avoid customs checks with Republic after Brexit

Green should treat BHS pensioners with honour

Business leaders have greater responsibilities than obeying the law

BHS, British Home Stores, on Oxford street, London.

Green’s lawyers demand apology from MP

Frank Field likened BHS tycoon’s conduct to Robert Maxwell’s

Close up view of the Garden Bridge (original rendering) Courtesy Heatherwick Studio
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Garden Bridge on hold until autumn

London mayor evaluates whether build should go ahead at all

The interim European Economic Area option

With options looking limited for Theresa May, one compromise idea is increasingly being suggested

BT makes last-ditch Openreach offer

Telecoms group seeks to head off regulatory break-up

Bosses push for delay to apprentices levy

Tax due to start in April shifts cost of training to employers

Michael Sherwood, Vice Chairman pf Goldman Sachs BHS hearings - RSS Business, Innovation and Skills Committee and Work and Pensions Committee Wednesday 29 June 2016

Goldman blamed for role in BHS deal

MPs say bank lent credibility to sale to curry favour with Green

Data expected to show strong UK economy

Economists forecast rise in pace of growth in run-up to referendum

May vows to tackle bad bosses and high pay

PM prepares new laws after criticism of Sports Direct and BHS

Call for ‘positive’ EU response to Brexit

Hammond says clarity about what deal the UK wants will help end uncertainty

Cancer drugs aim to destabilise cell DNA

£6m project will focus on disrupting DNA repair of cancer cells

Dover warned ministers of border chaos

Drivers stuck for hours despite port signalling potential problem

Brexit: London can safeguard its status

It takes time to create a financial centre

The high price of Europe’s pragmatism

The sustainable solution consists of a more integrated eurozone and a less integrated EU

High court to rule on nuclear clean-up deal

A win for Energy Solutions would raise questions about procurement process

Georgian London’s foremost gallery to return

Courtauld Institute to recreate the Great Room at Somerset House

UK must ‘rein in’ infrastructure projects

Business criticises NAO’s comments querying value of big schemes

Johnson expects City to keep passporting

Foreign secretary says Brexit can be ‘fantastic’ for UK finance

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