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Major business groups warn Davis over 'serious' Brexit jobs risk
The Government must secure a Brexit transition "as close as possible [to] the status quo" ahead of "serious decisions" in the coming months to relocate jobs out of the UK, the five leading business lobbying groups have warned David Davis.
Drivers of the most polluting vehicles face toxicity charge to enter central London
Drivers of the most polluting vehicles will have to pay almost double to enter the centre of London from 7am today.
New York Stock Exchange owner to buy RBS stake in Euroclear
The owner of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is in advanced talks to buy a stake in Euroclear, giving it a say in the future of one of the world's most valuable financial markets settlement platforms.
'Eye-watering' price hike for collecting passengers at airports - study
Parking charges for those picking up and dropping off passengers at some of the UK's busiest airports have been hiked up to "eye-watering" levels, a study has found.
Creative industries facing 'catastrophic' loss of talent after Brexit
Brexit could cause "catastrophic" damage to the UK's booming culture industry, according to a survey of over 1,000 creative companies.
Gazumping could be banned by Govt to cut 'stress' of buying a house
Gazumping could be banned as part of Government plans to make buying and selling a home "cheaper, faster and less stressful".
RBS restructuring unit probed over claims it profited from stricken firms
Police in Scotland are looking into allegations a controversial division of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), set up to restore struggling companies to health, broke the law in its dealings with them.
Boost for Chancellor as September borrowing lowest for 10 years
Chancellor Philip Hammond has received a boost ahead of next month's Budget as public sector borrowing in September fell to its lowest in 10 years.
Aussies in £550m bidding war for star City fund manager Buxton
Two Australian financial services giants are engaged in a £550m takeover battle for the fund management business headed by Richard Buxton, one of the City's best-known investors.
Mobile customers still being charged for handsets they have already paid for, consumer group warns
Loyal mobile phone customers could be being charged for their handsets after they have paid them off, a consumer group has warned.