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MPs publish letters revealing pleas to Pensions Regulator to act over shortfall

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Rimsevics released on bail but concerns intensify as ABLV ordered to freeze payments

Telecoms industry seeks lead role in safely integrating unmanned craft into airspace

Most UK outlets closed after new supply deal fails to deliver

Talk of takeover by Chinese textile group denied by billionaire retailer

Inside Business Patrick Jenkins

Masayoshi Son’s move on reinsurer Swiss Re has echoes of Berkshire Hathaway

World’s biggest investment group to create AI lab in Palo Alto

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Accord hailed as most significant since 1979 as energy exporting ambitions rise

Legislation would improve database of Americans prohibited from owning guns

Some lay-offs at German company will come before 2017 bonus payouts

Regional leader given top CDU role as German chancellor heeds call for fresh faces

Brexit

As the meeting approaches, the UK prime minister remains under pressure on 3 issues

Half of UK investment companies are planning to establish European operations

Euroclear moves to build settlement facility for Irish securities by March 2019

UK News

Environment Agency concerned about ‘alarming’ number of cases in England

Hedge fund is now third-largest shareholder of theme park operator hit by downgrade

Industry buoyed by rising prices and global growth but recovery remains fragile

Supreme Court decision could have ramifications for rights of workers

Opinion

Video World

Britain's break with Europe will ensure a wholesale overhaul of working relationships

Highlights

The bank has been held back by big fines and hasty acquisitions but believes it is in a position to grow again

After 17 years, and having transformed the face of British fashion, Christopher Bailey walks away from a world ‘in chaos’

Phone-free meetings and limited email encourage creative thinking in the office

Markets News

Gas industry challenges oil for headline billing at key industry conference in London

Activity subdued by US and Chinese holidays

Euroclear moves to build settlement facility for Irish securities by March 2019

Technology

Planting flags abroad and investing in autonomous vehicle tech is expensive

There are lessons to be learned today from the ‘revolt of the engineers’ in the 1930s

Free Lunch Martin Sandbu

Competition is not making the internet the best it can be

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