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Fuel crisis: Petrol retailers say there is 'plenty of fuel' with demand to 'return to normal levels' in coming days
The fuel industry says there is "plenty of fuel" at UK refineries and terminals and that it is expecting demand "will return to its normal levels in the coming days".
Fuel crisis: Calls for key workers to be prioritised - but who should be front of the queue?
The government is facing calls to prioritise essential workers as some petrol supplies run dry amid impacts of a shortage of lorry drivers.
Fuel supply crisis: Brexit 'obviously a contributory factor' to shortage of HGV drivers, shadow chancellor says
Brexit is "obviously a contributory factor" to the shortage of HGV drivers that is having a knock-on effect across the economy, the shadow chancellor has told Sky News.
Legal fight over Clydesdale business loans deepens as new claimants emerge
A long-running legal claim against one of Britain’s biggest banks over allegations that its business customers unnecessarily paid hundreds of millions of pounds in fees and interest will be expanded this week with the addition of hundreds of new claimants.
Aldi to create 2,000 jobs next year in £1.3bn investment plan
Aldi has revealed plans to create 2,000 jobs next year as it reported a dip in annual profits partly blamed on the pandemic.
Gas price crisis: Shell's household supply arm nets customers of failed rival Green
Royal Dutch Shell's household energy supply business has taken on the customers of failed rival Green Supplier, according to the industry's regulator, amid fears more small providers will collapse amid the record surge in energy costs.
Facebook pauses Instagram Kids app after pushback to give them 'time to work with parents and experts'
Facebook has announced that it is pausing its Instagram Kids project following criticism from child protection authorities and legislators.
COVID-19: What is powering a post-pandemic recovery at Rolls-Royce?
Few in the battalions of big business in Britain endured a tougher pandemic than Rolls-Royce.
Patisserie Valerie auditor fined £2.3m after missing 'red flags' ahead of collapse
Accountancy firm Grant Thornton has been fined £2.34m after an investigation found "serious lack of competence" in its audits of cake chain Patisserie Valerie.
COVID-19: Northern Ireland's 'Spend Local' high street voucher scheme opens in bid to boost businesses
Applications for a high street voucher scheme have opened in a bid to boost businesses that have been impacted by COVID-19.