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The taxpayers' stake in NatWest has been reduced after the chancellor authorised the first sale to private investors since 2018.
Morrisons has reported a sharp slowdown in quarterly sales growth, but forecast stronger annual profits as coronavirus-related costs begin to unwind.
New laws to fulfil Boris Johnson's promise of helping to give people the skills they need throughout their lives will form a central part of…
This week, MPs on the treasury select committee will get the opportunity to question Lex Greensill and David Cameron live.
Lex Greensill, the billionaire founder of the now bankrupt finance firm Greensill Capital, is to be questioned by MPs later in relation to the ongoing…
Boris Johnson has revealed which COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted on 17 May in England.
The last 12 months has highlighted the importance of supply chain resilience.
Ahead of the next big easing of lockdown in England, Ian speaks to Vue cinema chief executive Tim Richards to discuss the impact. He also…
Ministers are preparing to sell another stake in NatWest Group, taking British taxpayers close to ending their status as the bank's majority shareholder for the…
Subprime credit firm Provident Financial is to axe its doorstep lending arm putting 2,100 jobs at risk, blaming "changing industry and regulatory" dynamics.
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