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Find out which services are and are not running during August rail and Tube strikes
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The surcharge will help energy companies cover the cost of replacing Russian supplies.
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Starbucks is fighting efforts by workers in the US to unionise. Is it winning?
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It means a daily limit on departing passengers will now apply until after the October half-term holidays.
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Move comes in response to soaring wholesale prices triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
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Demand for polluting fossil fuel has soared since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
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Criticisms of proposals are many, and price tag of £30bn assumes it will be needed for only six months
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Big Four accountant to attract more new starters from ‘lower income households’
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The typical asking price in Britain is down 1.3%, Rightmove says, due to the summer holidays.
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Long commutes to and from work, exorbitant childcare costs, ongoing concerns over exposure to Covid cited
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Current account holders are being told their arranged overdraft facility will be withdrawn
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Live, rolling coverage of business, economics and financial markets as industrial production and retail sales growth slow in world’s second largest economy
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Russia will reopen its bond market for traders from so-called “friendly” countries after a near six-month shutdown sparked by its invasion of Ukraine.
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Aslef held a train strike on Saturday with further walkouts across rail and Tube services planned for August
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With millions of bags and suitcases going missing this summer, technology may offer the solution.
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This compares to an average of 3.8 days a week pre-pandemic, research by a consultancy finds.
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Experts blame 1.3% average fall on summer distractions rather than economic factors
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A campaign group says it has been "inundated" with messages about nurseries going out of business suddenly.
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The party says this would help fund a freeze of the energy price cap through the winter.
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More than 300 employees received a bonus of between £10,000 and £15,000
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