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Mike Ashley: Sports Direct founder to step down as boss of Frasers Group retail empire next year
Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley is to step down as head of his retail empire and hand the baton to his prospective son-in-law, it has been announced.
Drugs firms Pfizer and Flynn accused of forcing NHS to pay 'unfairly high' prices for epilepsy tablets
Two drugs firms have been accused by the UK's competition watchdog of illegal pricing and abusing their dominant position to overcharge the NHS for vital anti-epilepsy tablets.
John Lewis fury as it heads latest 'name and shame' list for flouting wage rules
A row has broken out over the "naming and shaming" of companies which fail to meet minimum pay rules, with the John Lewis Partnership (JLP) understood to be furious after it was identified as an offender.
People more likely to be victim of fraud than any other crime, says Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services
People are more likely to become victims of fraud than any other crime and too many receive "poor service" from police, a watchdog has said.
COVID-19: People can go abroad 'without looking over their shoulders the whole time' following travel changes, says Grant Shapps
People will be able to go on holiday "without looking over their shoulders the whole time", Grant Shapps has said, as he promised that the next set of travel changes will not come "for another three weeks".
PM Johnson and Sunak challenge institutions to create 'Investment Big Bang'
Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak will on Thursday challenge UK-based investors to invest in more “British success stories” in order to fuel the economy’s post-pandemic recovery.
COP26: The oil field a few hundred miles from Glasgow that's threatening the govt's credibility over climate change
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has judged that Boris Johnson's flank is exposed on climate change leadership.
Deal will allow UK performers to do short tours in 19 EU members states visa-free
Performers from the UK will be able to tour a number of European countries without the need for a visa or work permit
UK economic rebound slowing as inflation pressure grows, figures indicate
Britain's economy continues to rebound but is losing some of the earlier momentum in the face of inflationary pressures, fresh figures indicate.
Motorists count cost as petrol prices hit eight-year high fuelled by recovery-driven oil demand
Millions of motorists are being hit in the pocket as petrol prices reach an eight-year high after nine successive months of hikes, latest RAC figures show.
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