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The spectacular fall of money manager Neil Woodford
Sacked from his flagship fund, and shutting the business - the story of Neil Woodford and his sudden fall.
Are young Brits falling out of love with the cuppa?
Demand for builder's tea is falling, while coffee and herbal teas are becoming popular.
Carney: Brexit deal 'positive' for UK economy
Governor of the Bank of England says deal takes away the threat of a 'disorderly' Brexit.
Boeing staff texted about 737 Max issue in 2016
A pilot allegedly wrote that he had "unknowingly" lied to regulators during tests of the 737 Max.
Bonmarché appoints administrators
The chain's 318 shops will remain open while a buyer is sought for the business.
The UK universities benefitting from opioid money
Two institutions were awarded a combined £3.4m last year from the family behind Purdue Pharma.
Asbestos discovery triggers Johnson & Johnson baby powder recall in US
The firm recalls one batch after regulators find trace amounts of asbestos in a bottle bought online.
Barclays board approved 'sham' Qatar deal
Barclays' board approved an agreement at the heart of fraud charges against former executives, a court hears.