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Consumers could face higher prices next year without a tariff-free trade deal with EU, warns British Retail Consortium
Consumers in the UK could face higher prices next year unless a tariff-free trade deal with the EU can be reached, the British Retail Consortium has warned.
Coronavirus: Wagamama and Frankie & Benny's owner says one in 10 sites won't reopen this year
The company behind Wagamama and Frankie & Benny's has warned that one in 10 of its sites will not reopen this year.
Online bank Smile suffers IT woes as customers struggle to access website and app
Online bank Smile is trying to reassure customers after days of technical problems with its website and app.
Coronavirus: Engineering firm Senior cut more than 900 jobs in first half of year
UK-listed engineering firm Senior has said it cut 12% of its workforce during the first half of the year as the coronavirus lockdown took its toll.
Coronavirus: UK quarantine rules end for travellers from dozens of countries
Quarantine rules end today for people travelling to the UK from more than 70 countries and British Overseas Territories.
TalkTalk faces diversity rebuke despite female CEO and CFO
The FTSE-250 telecoms group TalkTalk has been rebuked by a major investor body for a lack of boardroom diversity, despite being a rarity among Britain’s largest companies in having a female-dominated executive team.
Coronavirus: The Gym Group reveals it lost 178,000 members during lockdown
One of Britain's largest gym chains says 178,000 people cancelled their membership during lockdown.
Coronavirus: Football Pools owner strides into Clarks sale
The owner of the Football Pools is plotting to buy a stake in Clarks, the 195-year-old shoe retailer which has been forced to slash its workforce amid the COVID-19 downturn.
New European owner Archant gives short deadline to bidders
The publisher of the anti-Brexit newspaper The New European has asked bidders to table offers before the end of next week as it races to secure new funding amid an industry-wide crisis.
Royal Mail fined £1.5m for failing to deliver first class post on time
Royal Mail has been fined £1.5m for failing to deliver first class post on time.