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Supercuts strikes rescue deal saving 1,000 jobs
The owner of the Supercuts and Regis hairdressing chains has been saved from administration.
Post Office settles IT ‘fraud’ case for £58m
The Post Office has settled a long-running dispute with sub-postmasters over its Horizon IT system.
UK pub sector expands for first time in 10 years
After years of closures, official figures show a net gain of 320 new pubs in the year to March.
Amazon told to answer Deliveroo deal concerns in five days
The competition watchdog is worried the tie-up could increase delivery prices.
Nintendo Switch goes on sale in China with just one first-party game
Super Smash Bros is the only first-party Nintendo title approved for sale in the country.
'I won't sleep for over 24 hours on election night'
Many currency traders will be working through the night on 12 December.
Tata's Orb steel plant in Newport is to be mothballed
Tata previously said it was shutting the steelworks, putting up to 380 jobs at risk.
France strike: PM Édouard Philippe outlines 'fairer' pension plan
Prime Minister Édouard Philippe outlines controversial plans he says will create a fairer system.