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21 Jul 5:26pm Updated NHS workers in England offered 3% pay rise
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The offer is 2% more than was proposed in March, "in recognition of the unique impact of pandemic".
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21 Jul 4:56pm Updated Fewer flat buyers to face pre-mortgage cladding checks, says Robert Jenrick
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Lenders agree to change applications for loans involving buildings below 18m high, the government says.
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21 Jul 3:53pm Opioid crisis: US drug giants reach $26bn settlement
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Four drug-makers and distributors have agreed to pay the sum to settle thousands of government lawsuits.
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21 Jul 12:49pm Updated BP: Lorry driver shortages closing some sites temporarily
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The oil firm says the "vast majority" of shortages were being "resolved within a day".
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21 Jul 7:30am UK property sales at new record as boom peaks
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Sales surged during June but analysts say the property boom has peaked as stamp duty holidays are withdrawn.
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21 Jul 6:34am UK borrowing leads to record interest payments
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A surge in inflation means the government spent £8.7bn in interest payments last month.
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21 Jul 6:21am Next shoppers splurge on summer clothes as weather heats up
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The retailer upgrades profits forecast and repays some business rates relief after seeing a summer sales surge.
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21 Jul 5:46am Gold attracts young investors trading online, says The Royal Mint
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The Royal Mint records a rise in profits aided by a fivefold increase in gold investment by young adults.
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21 Jul 5:39am Soaring spending on summer clothes boosts Next sales
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The retailer upgrades profits forecast and repays some business rates relief after seeing a summer sales surge.
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21 Jul 4:11am UK government borrowing falls in June as economy reopens
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But government borrowing was still the second-highest on record for June as Covid spending continues.
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21 Jul 3:49am Updated M&S to cut Christmas products in Northern Ireland
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Chairman Archie Norman says customs checks will mean higher prices and less choice for customers.
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21 Jul 2:53am Updated UK government borrowing falls in June
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Despite a fall, borrowing was still the second-highest on record for June as Covid spending continues.
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21 Jul 1:46am Updated M&S warns of higher prices and less choice in Northern Ireland
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Chairman Archie Norman is urging the government to act to prevent "pointless" customs checks.
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