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24 Feb 2:54pm Keir Starmer under pressure to back plans for corporation tax rise
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Labour leader has faced backlash after saying he would oppose any new tax on business in budget
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24 Feb 2:28pm McKinsey leader Kevin Sneader ousted after crises
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Partners oust head of world’s largest consultancy firm before final round of leadership ballot Partners at the world’s largest consultancy firm, McKinsey, have reportedly ousted their leader, Kevin Sneader, over his handling of a string of controversies during his tenture. The firm’s 650 senior partners voted Sneader out before the final round of a leadership election that was seen as a referendum on his three years in the role, according to the Financial Times.
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24 Feb 12:11pm Updated Pound hits three-year high, as reopening hopes lift travel and oil firms – business live
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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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24 Feb 11:59am Lloyds embraces hybrid working with 20% cut in office space
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Announcement comes as group reveals 72% drop in annual pre-tax profits to £1.2bn for 2020
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24 Feb 10:36am Few budgets really matter, but this one does: Sunak must keep splashing the cash | Larry Elliott
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The chancellor’s economic plans are as important as the vaccine in ensuring Britain recovers from the effects of Covid Never say never. A new variant of coronavirus could sweep across the globe and prove resistant to vaccines. If rising infection rates once again put intolerable pressure on hospitals then Boris Johnson would hit the pause button on the economy. But as things stand, the
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24 Feb 10:24am Updated Pound hits three-year high, as reopening hopes lift travel shares – business live
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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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24 Feb 7:47am Brexit trade delays getting worse at UK border, survey finds
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Two out of three supply chain managers report experiencing import delays of ‘two to three days’
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24 Feb 6:21am Victorian house rolls through San Francisco to new address – video
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After 139 years at 807 Franklin Street in San Francisco, a two-storey Victorian house has a new address. The green home with large windows and a brown front door was loaded on to giant dollies and moved to a location six blocks away on Sunday. Onlookers lined the sidewalks to snap photos as the structure rolled – at a top speed of 1mph – to 635 Fulton Street
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24 Feb 4:56am Updated Pound hits three-year high as inflation fears weigh on markets – business live
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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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24 Feb 3:38am Heathrow hit by £2bn loss as airport calls for more Covid support
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Passenger numbers slumped to 22.1m in 2020, the smallest annual total since 1975
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24 Feb 3:07am Lloyds profits plunge after £4.2bn put aside for Covid defaults
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Banking group becomes latest UK lender to resume dividend payments
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24 Feb 2:00am How could my credit rating slump after a house move?
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Before changing address I was rated ‘excellent’ by Equifax
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24 Feb 1:30am Devastating, unviable, admin overload: UK stage companies count cost of Brexit
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New visa rules, taxes and transport restrictions are some of the hurdles British dance and theatre organisations must now overcome to tour Europe Brexit or Covid? Hardly a cheerful choice, but when I ask Colette Hansford, executive producer at
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24 Feb 1:01am London has more dollar millionaires than New York
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One in 10 Londoners hold assets worth more than £720,000 as Covid crisis makes the rich richer
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