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'No-deal' Brexit looms large over UK businesses
A "no-deal" Brexit is a curious thing, like the shark in Jaws.
Brexit chaos shares slide persists for builders and banks
Banking and housebuilding stocks remain under pressure as businesses exposed to the UK economy continue to feel the heat from the ongoing political crisis over Brexit.
Police Federation: No-deal Brexit could lead to disruption, danger, delays and rationing
Police fear the fallout from a "no-deal" Brexit could lead to "widescale disruption and dangers for the general public" and have warned they may not have the resources to cope.
EE and Virgin Media fined for overcharging customers
EE and Virgin Media have been fined a total of £13.3m for overcharging nearly 500,000 phone and broadband customers who wanted to leave their contracts early.
Former LSE chief Rolet closes in on top hedge fund role
The former boss of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) is closing in on the next phase of his City career with a top role at CQS, the hedge fund manager founded by one of the Conservative Party's most prolific benefactors.
'Staggering' number of bank branches have shut, Which? analysis suggests
Almost two-thirds of the UK's bank branches have shut their doors over the past 30 years, research indicates.
Pound pummelled and banks hurt over Brexit political crisis
The pound has fallen sharply while banking and housebuilding stocks have been hammered after the draft Brexit deal sparked political turmoil.
Airbus and Aston Martin back May's Brexit plan
The bosses of Airbus and Aston Martin have cautiously backed Theresa May's draft Brexit agreement as the prime minister faced intense political pressure at Westminster.
Patisserie Valerie chief executive Paul May resigns amid fraud investigation
The chief executive of the company that owns beleaguered cake chain Patisserie Valerie has resigned with immediate effect.
Ivy Park: Beyonce buys Sir Philip Green's stake of clothing brand
Beyonce has taken full control of Ivy Park - the clothing brand she launched with Sir Philip Green two years ago.