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Just Eat Takeaway.com breaks through one billion orders mark

British orders at Just Eat Takeaway.com jumped by 25 per cent year-on-year in the third quarter as its UK business broke through the one...

Rishi Sunak says that ministers doing all we can to fix supplies for shops

Shoppers can be reassured ministers are doing “absolutely everything we can” to fix supply chain issues in the UK, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said. In...

Wives do not earn as much as their husbands, says new global study

According to a new global study of the difference in earnings between couples, the findings show the majority of the wives earn less than...

UK economy grows after boost from camping holidays and meals out

The UK economy grew by 0.4% in August as more people dined out, went on holiday and attended music festivals. The Office for National Statistics...

‘Almost 10,000’ licensed premises called time permanently during pandemic to date

There are almost 10,000 fewer licensed premises across Britain since the start of the coronavirus pandemic – with a rush of closures taking place...

Experts say £10,900 a year needed to retire

A single person will need post-tax annual income of £10,900 for a minimum standard of living in retirement, academics have estimated. That spending budget increases...

UK government will only support firms on brink of closure

Heavy industry struggling with surging energy costs will only get support if they can prove they have been pushed to the brink of closure,...

Made in Britain: Website design company, Gift of the Gab

Hannah Jones talks to us about her website design agency, Gift of the Gab, and how she got the business to where it is...

UK car industry says Brexit rules are denting competitiveness

Cars remain the UK’s No 1 export but volatile energy prices and the cost of complying with EU regulations post-Brexit are blunting the industry’s...

Rishi Sunak to balance budget by 2025, says Institute for Fiscal Studies

The chancellor is on course to meet his target of balancing the budget by the middle of the decade, much earlier than had been...

Containers pile up at Felixstowe

Britain’s biggest shipping container port is so congested that its management is considering turning vessels away. The Port of Felixstowe is struggling to cope with...

Philip Hammond joins cryptocurrency broker as consultant in additional post-Treasury job role

The former chancellor Philip Hammond has added another job to the dozen or so he has taken on since leaving the Treasury in 2019,...

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