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26 Jun 2:54pm Stagecoach happy to miss the train, but its bad news for the punters | Nils Pratley
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Rail franchise bidding has become a contest to find which unsuitable bidder will limp over the line Now it’s formal. Stagecoach will be off the rails in November. The company won’t bid for new UK rail franchises because it thinks the Department for Transport is unfairly trying to load “unquantifiable and unmanageable” pension risks on to operators. The group’s wholly owned operation on the east Midlands line ends in August and its joint venture with Virgin on the west coast mainline
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26 Jun 1:07pm Give MPs six months’ parental leave without delay | Letter
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We believe the current process discriminates against women and acts as a deterrent to gender equality within Westminster, writes
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26 Jun 12:12pm Caledonian Sleeper suffers setbacks with Highlands train delay
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Luxury trains will not appear until after summer season, says operator Serco The troubled Caledonian Sleeper has suffered a fresh setback, with new trains on its Highlands service now unlikely to appear until after the summer holiday season. The flagship overnight train,
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26 Jun 12:00pm Uncovered: the £200m theme park, the businessman – and the missing millions
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A Guardian/ITV News undercover investigation raises concerns about Gavin Woodhouse, who is behind project endorsed by Bear Grylls
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26 Jun 11:37am Updated Bank of England could cut interest rates in event of no-deal Brexit
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Governor Mark Carney says no deal would probably require stimulus for the economy
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26 Jun 8:46am Bathstore goes into administration, putting 500 jobs at risk
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UK’s biggest bathroom specialist hopes to ‘fulfil majority of outstanding orders’ Bathstore, the UK’s biggest bathroom specialist, has collapsed into administration after failing to find a buyer, putting more than 500 jobs at risk. The loss-making company has appointed administrators at the business services firm BDO, which said the retailer would continue to trade for now in the hope it could be sold as a going concern. So far, administrators have not received any offers.
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26 Jun 7:35am Bank of England: no-deal Brexit could force interest rate cut - business live
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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as the Treasury committee quizzes BoE policymakers
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26 Jun 6:17am Evening Standard reports £11.5m loss amid ad struggles
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Free London newspaper edited by George Osborne has not been in the black since 2016 The Evening Standard made a loss of almost £12m last year as the freesheet continues to struggle in a tough advertising market. The title, which is controlled by Evgeny Lebedev and edited by the former chancellor George Osborne, made a pre-tax loss of £11.5m in the year to the end of September 2018. It takes losses at the Standard, which
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26 Jun 5:57am Hundreds of thousands of tenants in unsafe homes, survey finds
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Citizens Advice research finds half of landlords don’t know or understand legal obligations Weak regulation of private renting has left hundreds of thousands of tenants living in mouldy or dangerous homes, Citizens Advice has warned. A survey of English
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26 Jun 5:21am Bonmarché rethinks rescue bid after weak trading
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Shareholders advised to accept offer from Spectre, investment vehicle of Philip Day The struggling clothing chain Bonmarché said that trading in recent months was so poor it was recommending a £5.7m rescue bid from the billionaire Philip Day, less than three months after rejecting it. The firm, which sells fashion for women over 50 and has 312 shops, said weak sales in the first quarter meant there was a greater risk that pre-tax losses this year would be more than the £5m-£6m previously forecast, making the offer from Spectre – Day’s Dubai-based investment vehicle – more appealing.
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26 Jun 5:11am Updated Oil rallies and bitcoin smashes through $12,000 in nervous markets – business live
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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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26 Jun 5:00am No Scorpios, no meat-eaters: the rise of extreme flatshare ads
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It’s a landlords’ market these days, which means Generation Rent has to abide by some frankly bizarre stipulations The two-bedroom flat in Turnpike Lane, north London, seemed run-of-the-mill. Laura Evelyn, an actor looking for a new place to stay, didn’t like the decor particularly – the fake leather sofa and glass dining table weren’t to her taste – but her would-be landlord was friendly enough. But as she was leaving the viewing, the owner handed her a sheet of paper. When Evelyn read it, she was flabbergasted. It contained
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26 Jun 4:00am Brexit is political poison, and it’s green policies that are suffering | Molly Scott Cato
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The spat over VAT on solar batteries shows how Brussels-bashing is taking precedence over urgent social priorities
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26 Jun 3:08am Oil and bitcoin rally as Middle East tensions drive markets – business live
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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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26 Jun 2:00am Not-so-smart Ovo disconnected my electricity by mistake
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I was switched to pay-as-you-go by an agent when he was changing my gas meter
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26 Jun 1:01am Rapid robot rollout risks UK workers being left behind, reports say
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Study shows 20m jobs will be lost worldwide by 2030 with every robot costing 1.6 manufacturing jobs British workers are being shut out of decisions over the rising use of robots in the UK economy, according to a report. According to the
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26 Jun 1:00am Rising risk of no-deal Brexit slows UK growth as pound slides
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Latest Guardian analysis finds business alarmed by prospect of Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt leaving EU without deal
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26 Jun 1:00am How has Brexit vote affected the UK economy? June verdict
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Each month we look at key indicators to see what effect the Brexit process has had on growth, prosperity and trade
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25 Jun 7:01pm Ikea gets green light to build affordable homes in UK
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Worthing council gives go ahead for 162 flats by retailer’s joint venture with construction firm Skanska Homebuyers in a town where properties typically cost almost 12 times local salaries may soon have a low-cost option from Ikea after a UK council agreed to work with an affordable housing developer co-owned by the retailer. Worthing council has signed up with BoKlok, a company jointly owned by the Swedish retailer and construction firm Skanska which specialises in factory-built housing that can be constructed at a low cost.
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25 Jun 7:01pm New chapter? UK print book sales fall while audiobooks surge 43%
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Publishers hit by surprise 5.4% fall in 2018 – but warn against proclaiming terminal decline UK book sales fell for the first time in five years in 2018, despite the success of bestsellers such as Michelle Obama’s autobiography,
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