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UK prime minister defends support for VAT exemption as Labour argues money should be put to ‘good use’
Luxury brands say international tourists put off by decision to end VAT-free shopping in UK
British Retail Consortium finds food prices rose 12.4% in November and warns of ‘dampened Christmas cheer’
Move follows pressure from bank’s largest investor Ping An to reduce costs
Rescue of failed energy supplier has ballooned, with taxpayers on hook for potentially hundreds of pounds per household
US allies practise retaking an island as Taiwan tensions mount
Economists agree that leaving the EU has made Britain poorer, the only question is the scale of the setback
Pressure for constitutional change is gathering momentum but England could end up paying the price
Prime minister’s broad appeal to both right and left flanks makes him an ideal Tory leader at this moment in time
She is displaying signs of dementia, but still needs to make a will
Modular reactors can deliver power with lower costs and construction risks than large, conventional plants
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Creation of dedicated team comes as concern mounts over wave of winter industrial action
Brussels fears policy could violate post-Brexit Trade and Cooperation Agreement
Security staff employed by Mitie set for walkout on December 16, 18, 22 and 23
Today’s edition also looks at the drop in global wages, Brexit’s economic impact and the surprise hub of Europe’s new battery industry
High levels of inactivity are a serious drag on the UK economy
Government blames barristers’ strike for a surge in number of prisoners on remand
UN agency report suggests there is scant evidence pay pressures are stoking inflation
Brussels prepares most ambitious plans post-Brexit to lure derivatives trade away from London
Authority under pressure to close the offshore tax gap
Changing the pattern of electricity use in homes can help manage demand and meet climate targets
Facilities management boss recovers from earlier bankruptcy
Your question for our expert — and readers’ advice
Consumer group spoofs phone numbers of six high street lenders
Square Mile’s governing body says at least 50% of senior leaders should come from lower socio-economic background by 2030
Court filing warns on Octopus’s finances and suitability to take on 1.5mn customers
Unison announces result of ballot over pay and staffing levels
Move part of broad range of City reforms intended to take advantage of ‘Brexit freedoms’
Governor says interest rates likely to rise beyond current 3 per cent in order to bring inflation back to target
Mistakes by staff at Immensa clinic resulted in incorrect test results, finds disease protection agency
Trade group chief notes ‘worst bird flu outbreak that we’ve seen’
Transfer highlights cooling of London-Beijing ties and is intended to pave way for £20bn fundraising
Shortfall first flagged 2 years ago affects mainly older women who did not receive automatic uplifts
Six exchanges ordered to disclose customer details to help trace funds overseas
Council leaders warn time is running out for levelling up resources to be spent ahead of April deadline
Liverpool to introduce voluntary levy in the new year, with Leeds and Manchester considering similar plans
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