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Energy bill hikes push inflation to highest level this year
Increased household energy bills pushed the rate of inflation to its highest level this year in April - rising to 2.1%.
M&S plots food store growth as annual sales and profits fall
Marks & Spencer (M&S) has made a series of adjustments to its store closure programme as annual results show sales and profits falling.
1,000 redundancies as Jamie Oliver restaurant chain collapses
Administrators to Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain say 22 sites have closed resulting in 1,000 redundancies after the business collapsed.
Jamie Oliver closures: Why Britain is losing its appetite for casual dining
The collapse of Jamie Oliver's restaurants empire is merely the latest and most high-profile continuation of a trend that was established in the eating-out sector two years ago.
'No stone unturned' to support British Steel amid collapse fears, says government
Ministers will leave "no stone unturned" in supporting the UK steel industry, MPs have been told, as the country's second largest producer teeters on the brink of collapse.
The surprising facts behind the declining UK steel industry
Here are two surprising facts which between them help explain why the UK steel industry seems to be in what looks like a perma-slump.
Beyond the protests, BP starts a new era - but how far does it go?
In a deal heralded as a "turning point" for the fossil fuels industry, oil giant BP has accepted that its plans for the future must now embrace the terms of the Paris climate change agreement.
Tesco Bank stops selling mortgages and seeks exit
Tesco Bank is getting out of the mortgage market - blaming "challenging market conditions".
Huawei founder: US actions 'underestimate our abilities'
The founder of Huawei has taken aim at Donald Trump, suggesting US restrictions on its business "underestimate our abilities".
Some EE customers unable to make calls in 4G outage
Customers on EE have been left unable to make calls as the company's 4G network faces an outage.