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53m The BMW 8 Series will be the most powerful Beemer ever
Daily Mail
BMW 8 Series prices will start from £76,000 - though if you want the yet-to-be-seen M8 version, which is based on BMW's Le Mans racer, you'll have to fork out closer to £130,000.
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1h 40m Feeling the heat?
BBC
As demand for air conditioning goes through the roof, what are the implications for our planet?
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1h 41m No surprise who is the clear winner of £1.7bn Virgin Money takeover | Nils Pratley
The Guardian
Deal to create sixth largest UK bank is no game-changer but makes sense to parties involved, especially Richard Branson Don’t get too excited by the talk from CYBG about creating the UK’s sixth largest bank via
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Regulator condemns ‘beast from the east’ water supply failings1h 41m Regulator condemns ‘beast from the east’ water supply failings
The Guardian
Ofwat says failings by privatised water companies left 200,000 households cut off Households could be in line for much higher compensation payouts when their water is cut off following a damning watchdog report into supply failures during the
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2h Updated Stock markets fall amid trade fears
BBC
Wall Street joins European markets in closing lower as trade tensions and political worries in Germany hang over shares.
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Amazon shareholders demand company stop selling facial recognition technology to governments 6h Amazon shareholders demand company stop selling facial recognition technology to governments
The Independent
Concerns that surveillance technology could be used to target activists, immigrants and people of colour
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6h Northern trains operator asked for timetable changes to be delayed
The Guardian
Request was refused by Network Rail and other operators and changes led to chaos for rail users The operator of Northern trains requested in January to defer the introduction of the
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7h KPMG singled out in critical report on audit industry
The Guardian
Watchdog says Big Four accountants have failed to show appropriate scepticism KPMG, the accounting firm that signed off the books in the years leading up to Carillion’s collapse, has been singled out by the industry regulator in a report that says the overall quality of the audit profession is in decline. The Financial Reporting Council, the watchdog for the UK’s accountants, said the profession had demonstrated a “failure to challenge management and show appropriate scepticism across their audits”.
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7h Stock markets fall around the world as trade war fears increase
The Independent
The Dow Jones slipped 0.6 per cent while the S&P 500 was 0.4 per cent lower
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7h Clydesdale and Yorkshire bank brands to go in takeover of Virgin Money
The Guardian
More than 1,500 job losses in £1.7bn deal by CYBG that will create UK’s sixth-largest bank The Clydesdale and Yorkshire bank brands are set to disappear from high streets after Virgin Money agreed to a £1.7bn takeover by the owner of the two institutions that will lead to the loss of more than 1,500 jobs.
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UK households will be up to £1,000 a year worse off after Brexit, report finds8h UK households will be up to £1,000 a year worse off after Brexit, report finds
The Independent
Typical weekly grocery shop to go up by £5.50, the price of a family meal for four at a high street restaurant chain will increase by £9, and a pair of trainers to become £6.75 more expensive
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9h Cashless society looms as debit cards jump into lead
The Independent
UK Finance says card based payments outstripped cash for the first time in 2017, a year ahead of forecasts, but it's important that people who still want to use cash aren't left behind
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9h Updated UK facing weakest growth since 2009; Audi CEO arrested over dieselgate scandal - business live
The Guardian
Britain’s bosses warn that Britain’s economy is weakening, as German prosecutors arrest boss of VW’s Audi division
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Audi chief Rupert Stadler arrested in diesel emissions probe9h Updated Audi chief Rupert Stadler arrested in diesel emissions probe
BBC
There was a danger that Rupert Stadler could seek to suppress evidence, prosecutors say.
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9h Updated May refuses to back Hunt on changing medicinal cannabis laws - Politics live
The Guardian
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s speech on the NHS and the Lords debate on the EU withdrawal bill
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11h Updated FTSE LIVE: Markets start the week on edge as trade wars and Brexit dominate
Daily Mail
Stock markets around the world have started the week on edge as trade wars and Brexit dominate the agenda.
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Taxpayers will have to contribute more to NHS, says May - Politics live11h Taxpayers will have to contribute more to NHS, says May - Politics live
The Guardian
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s speech on the NHS and the Lords debate on the EU withdrawal bill
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Ryanair calls for restricted airport alcohol sales12h Ryanair calls for restricted airport alcohol sales
BBC
A weekend flight from Dublin to Ibiza had to be diverted to Paris as three passengers became disruptive.
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12h Heineken to create 1,000 jobs after investing £44m in UK pubs and bars
The Independent
Brewing giant will plough an average of £170,000 each into hundreds of locations across the country
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13h Audi boss Rupert Stadler arrested over emissions test scandal
The Independent
First major arrest to be made over cheating which emerged in 2015
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UK facing weakest growth since 2009; Audi CEO arrested - business live13h Updated UK facing weakest growth since 2009; Audi CEO arrested - business live
The Guardian
Britain’s bosses warn that weak consumer spending, business investment and trade are creating a ‘torpor’
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13h Asking prices hit record high driven by lack of houses for sale in North
Daily Mail
Rightmove said the North is a sellers' market - encouraging people to raise prices - whereas more homes are coming onto a softer market in the South.
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13h Virgin Money takeover by CBYG to result in 1,500 job losses
The Guardian
£1.7bn deal creates UK’s sixth-largest bank with 6 million customers and 9,500 staff More than 1,500 jobs, mainly senior management posts, are to be axed in the £1.7bn takeover of Virgin Money by the owner of Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks. Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank Group (CYBG) and Virgin Money have agreed to create the UK’s sixth-largest bank, with 6 million personal and small business customers and total lending of £70bn.
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13h Royal Ascot race-goers face travel chaos as rail strikes continue
The Independent
Stoppages planned this week on South Western Railway, Northern and French railways
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UK economy set for worst year since 2009, predicts business group15h UK economy set for worst year since 2009, predicts business group
The Independent
Productivity will remain weak, pay rises limited and household finances stretched, with savings rate at historic low and debt levels high
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Deliveroo faces government inquiry into working conditions 15h Deliveroo faces government inquiry into working conditions
The Independent
Frank Field to collect evidence from takeaway service workers over next five weeks
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16h UK facing weakest growth since 2009 as Brexit and trade war fears bite –business live
The Guardian
Britain’s bosses warn that weak consumer spending, business investment and trade are creating a ‘torpor’
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16h UK facing weakest growth since 2009 as Brexit and trade war fears bite –business live
The Guardian
Britain’s bosses warn that weak consumer spending, business investment and trade are creating a ‘torpor’
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Virgin Money bought by CYBG for £1.7bn16h Virgin Money bought by CYBG for £1.7bn
BBC
The combined group will be the UK's sixth-largest bank, with about six million customers.
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UK facing weakest growth since 2009 as Brexit and trade war fears bite –business live16h UK facing weakest growth since 2009 as Brexit and trade war fears bite –business live
The Guardian
Britain’s bosses warn that weak consumer spending, business investment and trade are creating a ‘torpor’
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UK facing weakest growth since 2009 as Brexit and trade war fears bite –business live17h Updated UK facing weakest growth since 2009 as Brexit and trade war fears bite –business live
The Guardian
Britain’s bosses warn that weak consumer spending, business investment and trade are creating a ‘torpor’
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Virgin Money agrees to CYBG's £1.7bn takeover offer17h Virgin Money agrees to CYBG's £1.7bn takeover offer
The Independent
Clydesdale Bank owner sweetened its offer for rival challenger earlier this month
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 How to track down old CTFs savings accounts possibly worth £1,000 17h How to track down old CTFs savings accounts possibly worth £1,000
Daily Mail
A million children between the ages of seven and 15 could be missing out on tax-free savings pots of up to £1k each in 'lost' Child Trust Fund accounts. Here's how to find out if your child has lost theirs
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Global debt has hit a high – can financial regulators cope?17h Global debt has hit a high – can financial regulators cope?
The Guardian
IMF figures show the world is more indebted than during the financial crisis and needs more borrowing to create growth At the end of May, the International Monetary Fund launched its
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 Will Bank of England hold off on interest rates hike again next week? 17h Updated Will Bank of England hold off on interest rates hike again next week?
Daily Mail
Last time around, two members of the monetary policy committee voted to raise the bank rate to 0.75 per cent, while the remaining seven voted to hold.
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17h Average asking price for properties hit record high for the third straight month
Daily Mail
The average asking price for properties hit a record high for the third straight month, according to the latest Rightmove report
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17h My old employer went bust, so how do I track down my pension?
Daily Mail
Today, our pensions columnist Steve Webb answers his 100th question from a This is Money reader, this time helping someone find an old fund from an employer that went out of business.
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Virgin Money bought by CYBG for £1.7bn17h Updated Virgin Money bought by CYBG for £1.7bn
BBC
The new merged company will be the UK's sixth-largest bank, with six million customers.
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Virgin Money bought by Clydesdale bank owner CYBG for £1.7bn17h Virgin Money bought by Clydesdale bank owner CYBG for £1.7bn
The Guardian
Deal creates UK’s sixth-largest bank with 6 million customers and 9,500 staff The owner of Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks is to take over Virgin Money in a £1.7bn deal, creating the UK’s sixth-largest bank with 6 million customers. Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank Group (CYBG) agreed to pay 1.2125 new shares in exchange for each Virgin Money share. Based on Friday’s closing price of 306p, this values each Virgin Money share at 371p.
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UK pension funds get green light to dump fossil fuel investments18h UK pension funds get green light to dump fossil fuel investments
The Guardian
Government directive means trustees will be able to push harder for green investments Managers of the £1.5tn invested in Britain’sworkplace pension schemes are to be given new powers to dump shares in oil, gas and coal companies in favour of long-term investment in green and “social impact” opportunities.
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18h Eurozone braces for row with Greece over bailout exit terms
The Guardian
Concerns likely that country will suffer fourth collapse unless EU writes off some debt Eurozone finance ministers are braced for a row this week with the Greek government over the terms of a “golden goodbye” as the country prepares to
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19h UK debit cards transactions overtake cash for the first time
The Guardian
Consumers used debit cards 13.2bn times in 2017, while the number of cash payments fell 15% Debit card payments have overtaken cash as the most popular form of payment in the UK for the first time, according to banking industry figures. Consumers used their debit cards 13.2bn times last year, up 14% compared to 2016, according to a report by UK Finance, the trade body for the UK banking and financial services sector. The number of cash transactions fell by 15% to 13.1bn transactions in the same period.
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UK economy faces weakest growth since 2009, employers warn24h UK economy faces weakest growth since 2009, employers warn
BBC
The British Chambers of Commerce says that the UK economy could see its weakest year since 2009.
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Debit card payments more popular than cash24h Debit card payments more popular than cash
BBC
More than three million people hardly used cash at all last year, according to the banking trade body.
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25h Cancer and career
BBC
How one entrepreneur had to quit work to battle cancer, leaving his co-founder to grow their company on his own.
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25h Britain's housing market splits in two as north powers ahead of south
The Independent
But the number of properties available for sale jumps 17.5 per cent in southern areas
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