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Taxi and food discounts offer to boost youth jabs
The government's latest vaccine drive comes as 67% of 18 to 29-year-olds in England have had a first jab.
Covid: One in five firms plan job cuts as furlough tapers - survey
From Sunday, government payments reduce to 60% towards salaries, with employers paying 20%.
Heatwave risk from plans to convert shops to homes
Turning more commercial property into homes raises fears of sub-standard conditions, says a report.
‘Lenders won’t touch us - my home’s worth nothing'
Campaigners say government attempts to unlock parts of the property market paralysed by the cladding crisis have stalled.
Employee shortages: Where have all the workers gone?
From hospitality to road haulage, firms say they can't get staff. So are employees now calling the shots?
Elon Musk: 'I don't want to be CEO of anything'
Elon Musk reiterated on Friday that he doesn't want to be Space X or Tesla boss. What's going on?
'Covid vaccine scammers nearly got me'
Sioban Moore escaped disaster by a whisker after receiving a fake email inviting her for a jab.
Monzo bank in money laundering rules investigation
Monzo warned investors that the investigation could have a negative impact on the digital bank.