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Coronavirus: Customers queue for hours as Ikea reopens 19 shops
Thousands have queued to get into the furniture giant's stores amid strict social distancing measures.
Primark says no 'special discounts' when shops reopen
The fashion chain says it has built up almost £2bn-worth of stock, but there will be no discounts.
Holiday firms in fresh plea over 2-week flight quarantine plans
A letter to Home Secretary Priti Patel follows calls last week from MPs to reconsider the rules.
Coronavirus: Insurers in virus claims test case named
In a test case, eight insurers face allegations that they wrongly refused to cover firms' losses.
Manufacturers urge bailout as sector suffers
The coronavirus crisis has left many manufacturers on the "cliff edge", an industry body warns.
Coronavirus: 'Our business can now get cracking' after lockdown
Outdoor markets and car showrooms in England are allowed to reopen from Monday amid the pandemic.
Facebook staff anger over Trump post
Employees say they are ‘ashamed’ that a controversial post by the President was not removed.
Google delays Android 11 launch
The launch of the latest version of the Android operating system had been due to take place on Wednesday.