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Office for National Statistics revises fourth-quarter tally from 0.6 to 0.7 per cent

New concessions demanded to cover further delays and technical problems for A400M

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Investors are retreating to havens in the face of redenomination risk

City promises seven new towers to ‘accommodate the new talent’

In an era where innovators are prized, fewer investors are able to hold management to account

Professionals from elite backgrounds earn more than peers from working-class families

Deal will set out terms of split with BAGL and could cost British bank £1bn

Company official suspected of colluding with outsiders to steal from the conglomerate

Analysis Shipping

Sector shows signs of revival after deals and new sector alliances shake up market

Bank’s earnings boosted by sharp decline in cost of PPI mis-selling scandal

Fingers start pointing at Corbyn, media — and oncoming Storm Doris

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Energy group is opening hydrogen filling stations in the UK, Germany and the US

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Treasury eyes new ways to slash deficit as tax burden rises towards highest level in 30 years

Trio fined between £35,000 and £100,000 by Financial Reporting Council

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Chief executive’s cost-cutting and redeployment of assets fail to cheer shareholders

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Kraft Heinz’s failed Unilever bid shows the food industry has run out of growth

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