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Fears for 5,000 UK steel jobs as lender nears collapse
The main backer of the UK's third-largest steelmaker is to go into administration, the BBC has learned.
Bank of England governor sees light at the end of the tunnel
But Andrew Bailey says the economy will need to adapt as people work and shop from home more often.
Deliveroo boss Will Shu: 'I was never into start-ups'
Will Shu's comments come as the food delivery firm sets out flotation plans but reports another loss.
BP staff set to work from home two days a week
The oil giant told staff last month that the new model will start for office-based staff this summer.
Travel firms ‘excluded’ from government support
An industry body says many travel companies are missing out and calls for sector-specific funding.
Mothers 'paying the price' for career breaks
The employment rate among mothers fluctuates until children reach 15 then falls back, new figures show.
Billionaire Mackenzie Scott marries science teacher
The ex-wife of Amazon's Jeff Bezos is one of the world's richest women and a major philanthropist.
Aston Martin's electric sports models to be made at Gaydon plant
The luxury car manufacturer says its battery-powered sports cars will be made in Warwickshire.