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Post Office chief Read delivers plan to share profits with postmasters
The government should explore plans to turn the Post Office into a profit-sharing business, allowing postmasters to participate in the future financial success of Britain’s largest retail network, its chief executive has said.
COVID-19: England's pubs, restaurants and shops prepare for Monday reopening - but PM postpones his pint
England's coronavirus restrictions will be eased further on Monday, with pubs and restaurants allowed to serve customers outdoors.
Opening up after the lockdown: Does 12 April mark the long road back?
"Hello London" says the brightly optimistic 12-foot yellow sign on the piazza in Covent Garden.
Cameron took Greensill for private drink with Hancock to discuss NHS payment scheme
David Cameron took financier Lex Greensill for a private drink with Health Secretary Matt Hancock to discuss an app later offered within the NHS, Sky News has confirmed.
David Cameron 'told friends it was a mistake' to text chancellor to lobby him for Greensill
David Cameron has reportedly told friends it was a mistake to send private text messages to Chancellor Rishi Sunak to help his employer gain access to a coronavirus loan scheme.
Landlords park tanks on NCP's lawn as restructuring battle looms
The UK's most influential commercial property organisation is wading into a battle over the future of the Japanese-owned car park operator NCP.
Homebase: One of UK's wealthiest businessmen plans £300m bid for DIY chain
One of Britain's wealthiest businessmen is assembling a £300m takeover bid for Homebase, the DIY chain revived from the brink of collapse just three years ago.
Fears for future of Stanlow oil refinery amid urgent financing talks
The owner of the vast Stanlow oil refinery in north-west England is in urgent talks about its future amid concern that it could be nearing collapse.
COVID-19: Jet2 suspends flights and holidays until late June due to uncertainty over government travel plans
Jet2's chief executive says the travel company will suspend flights and holidays until at least 23 June due to uncertainty over the government's travel proposals.
COVID-19: Virgin Atlantic boss expecting increased demand for air travel in coming months
Virgin Atlantic's chief executive is forecasting an increase in demand for air travel over the coming months as restrictions ease.