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May 2018 articles

Illustrated book publisher Quarto was subjected to a shareholder revolt today at its AGM, which saw four directors booted off [...]

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While you do not say specifically, I assume the tenancy is an assured shorthold tenancy (AST), which is the most common form [...]

17 May
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The actual monthly costs for the controversial High Speed 2 (HS2) project have been buried in the government's transparency data [...]

17 May
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The UK government announced yesterday that it would speed up application process for shale gas extraction to support the development [...]

17 May
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Morrisons has been ordered to pay 40 per cent of claimant legal costs if it loses an appeal in the ongoing case over a massive [...]

17 May
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Asda reported steady sales growth today as the supermarket looks forward to its proposed tie-up with Sainsbury's. [...]

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The energy giant Total and the world's largest container shipping company A.P. Moller-Maersk announced that they would both pull [...]

17 May
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The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) has said that that it will not rethink its supply strategy even [...]

17 May
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The British government are in talks with Hitachi for the possible construction of nuclear reactors for Hitachi-owned Horizon [...]

17 May
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Carluccio's has confirmed that it will close around nearly a third of its restaurants, making it the latest high street name [...]

17 May
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The collapse of Carillion failed to dent a spike in partner pay at one of the doomed contractor's largest shareholders, according [...]

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While many don't have much choice on what time they have to get into work in the mornings, Transport for London (TfL) says if [...]

17 May
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Youtube owner Google is announcing a new music streaming service which will launch on 22 May and is expected to rival Spotify, [...]

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That sound you heard on Monday was the popping of champagne corks as the US Supreme Court ruled to strike down the law that made [...]

17 May
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Paddington and Waterloo stations are expected to be extremely busy this weekend as Londoners and tourists from far and wide flock [...]

17 May
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