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21 Jan 6:03pm Updated Why has Brexit disrupted online shopping so disastrously?
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The British government gave the impression the free trade deal it struck with the EU would enable goods to cross borders without painful charges. But for online shoppers and small retailers the reality has been very different. Ben Chu explains why
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21 Jan 1:51pm Updated Unilever to insist all suppliers pay living wage by 2030
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Consumer giant promises to tackle low pay around the world 
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21 Jan 10:56am Updated Bitcoin: BlackRock allows its funds to invest in bitcoin futures for first time
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Wall Street giant with $8.7 trillion of assets under management to bet on value of cryptocurrency
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21 Jan 8:54am Updated How Metaview is levelling the playing field in job interviews
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We’ve all messed up job interviews, but what about the interviewers, can they mess up too? Andy Martin speaks to the founders of Metaview about using data to help people find their perfect job
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21 Jan 7:54am Electric planes coming to Scotland’s islands
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Project will also consider using drones for delivering urgent medical supplies to remote islands
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21 Jan 4:36am Updated How quickly could vaccines allow us to reopen the economy?
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Boris Johnson has suggested that vaccinations could allow restrictions in England to be eased from March. But is this feasible? Or would it represent another policy mistake? Ben Chu investigates
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21 Jan 3:28am Updated ‘It’s just madness’: UK manufacturer battles deluge of Brexit bureaucracy
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Nimisha Raja did all she could to prepare her business for 1 January but the upheaval is already taking its toll
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21 Jan 3:02am Updated Anger builds among manufacturers as EU customers cancel orders due to Brexit red tape
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Government taking days to respond to queries, say stuggling businesses
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20 Jan 7:01pm Johnson government keeps Trumpian fires burning with review of workers’ rights
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Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng took aim at the FT when it reported that rights formerly enshrined in EU law were at risk, only to confirm to MPs that a review is in train, writes James Moore
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