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Publicans have expressed their outrage at Co-op for a "disgraceful" television advert encouraging people to stay at home to watch the football rather than go to the pub.
The first big announcement of Gordon Brown's chancellorship was, arguably, the single biggest decision and the single biggest moment of his entire time in office.
Hopes of a summer interest rate cut have been knocked by a member of the Bank of England's rate-setting committee.
Rachel Reeves has announced mandatory housing targets and an end to the onshore wind ban to get "Britain building again".
Not three weeks after Britvic turned down a takeover approach from Carlsberg as "significantly" undervaluing it and its prospects, the storied British soft drinks maker has decided to sell itself to the Danish brewing giant after all.
Metro Bank is reviving plans to offload a multibillion pound mortgage months after an investor bailout rescued it from the brink of collapse.
Boeing is to plead guilty to a criminal fraud conspiracy charge to resolve a US investigation into two fatal 737 MAX crashes.
The founder of Revolut is to cash in part of his multibillion dollar stake in the company as part of a $500m (£391m) share sale.
One of the advertising gurus who helped propel Margaret Thatcher to power is weighing the formation of a consortium to bid for The Daily Telegraph.
Having turned the political map red, Labour's priority is steering the economy into the black.


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