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Morrisons shares surge 30% after it spurns £5.5bn takeover offer
Shares in supermarket group Morrisons have surged by more than 30% after it rebuffed a takeover off worth more than £5.5bn.
Heading to the office two or three days a week? Train travel is about to get cheaper
Flexible rail tickets will be available in England from today, offering savings on certain routes for those who travel two or three days a week.
Private equity firm confirms Itsu deal to secure expansion creating 2,000 jobs
Private equity firm Bridgepoint has confirmed a deal to take a stake in fast-food chain Itsu which it says will help create 2,000 UK jobs within the next five years.
McDonald's to hire 20,000 more workers as it opens new UK and Ireland restaurants
McDonald's has announced that it is hiring 20,000 more workers as it opens new restaurants in the UK and Ireland.
COVID-19: Travel restrictions are a 'trade-off' and holidays as normal this summer 'was never going to be the case', says justice secretary
Foreign holidays as normal this summer "was never going to be the case", Justice Secretary Robert Buckland has said as he defended the government’s COVID travel policy.
Ex-Stobart chief Tinkler stages comeback with bid to rescue construction group nmcn
Andrew Tinkler, the former Stobart Group chief, is preparing to mount a public company comeback with a deal to rescue nmcn, the London-listed infrastructure services provider.
Refugees are more likely to be self-employed in the UK. This scheme gives them business training
A pilot scheme which helped 112 refugees with business start-up training has been extended.
Planning reforms are bulldozing Conservative support
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under pressure to abandon planning reforms after Conservatives at national and local level blamed them for the party's shock defeat in the Chesham and Amersham by-election.
COVID-19: AstraZeneca and EU both claim win as court rules on vaccine supply row
AstraZeneca and the EU have both claimed victory in a court ruling over the supply of COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19: Retail sales find reverse gear as hospitality's return hits supermarket food
A sharp fall in demand for groceries, as pubs and restaurants reopened to indoor customers, has driven a decline in retail sales volumes.