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Boohoo launches independent review of UK supply chain
Online fashion retailer Boohoo has launched an independent review of its UK supply chain after allegations about working conditions at one factory.
Coronavirus: DHL cuts 2,200 jobs at Jaguar Land Rover
Logistics firm DHL is cutting up to 2,200 jobs at Jaguar Land Rover factories as the car sector wrestles with the "unprecedented impact" of the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Bell Pottinger bosses face boardroom ban after PR firm's collapse
Former partners at Bell Pottinger, the public relations firm which collapsed in 2017 amid a scandal over its work for one of South Africa's wealthiest families, are facing the prospect of lengthy boardroom bans.
Coronavirus: Portugal in talks with UK over travel quarantine exemption
Portugal is in talks with the British government over its exclusion from a list of countries exempt from the coronavirus travel quarantine.
Coronavirus: Seven things to watch out for in Sunak's stimulus statement
Over the past few months, millions of us have been directly affected by the unprecedented coronavirus support schemes unleashed by the Treasury.
Coronavirus: Chancellor to unveil £2bn work placements scheme in recovery package
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will spend £2bn funding hundreds of thousands of "work placements" to keep young people off the dole in his emergency economic update to MPs on Wednesday.
Coronavirus: Cost of job subsidy schemes tops £35bn
The cost of taxpayer subsidies for jobs has climbed above £35bn while the value of business loans underwritten by the government has reached £45bn, the latest figures on the impact of COVID-19 show.
Ineos may scrap plan to build new 4x4 vehicle in Wales - and opt for France instead
Ineos has suspended plans to build a new 4x4 vehicle in south Wales and may make the vehicle at a site in France instead.
Jeffrey Epstein: Deutsche Bank agrees $150m compliance penalty
Regulators have agreed penalties totalling $150m (£119m) with Deutsche Bank for alleged compliance failures in its dealings with the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and two other banks.
Coronavirus: Shopping trips still 50% down as pub reopenings fail to deliver boost
UK shopping visits are still only at half the level of last year and the reopening of pubs and cafes failed to deliver a hoped-for boost, according to industry figures.
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