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Premier League looks abroad after rights price drop 13 Feb 5:21pm Premier League looks abroad after rights price drop
There have been two great maxims of English football in recent times - the national team was destined to lose on penalties, and the Premier League would always sell its rights for more than it had done previously.
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Sub-postmasters land legal funding over IT fiasco 13 Feb 2:18pm Sub-postmasters land legal funding over IT fiasco
Hundreds of sub-postmasters have secured funding for a class action lawsuit against the state-owned Post Office following an IT fiasco which left them accused of false accounting or theft.
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Sky and BT in new £4.46bn Premier League deal 13 Feb 1:19pm Sky and BT in new £4.46bn Premier League deal
Sky and BT have agreed to pay £4.46bn to show 160 Premier League games a season from 2019/20 until 2021/22.
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Network Rail aims to cut delays in £47bn plan 13 Feb 11:36am Network Rail aims to cut delays in £47bn plan
Network Rail is planning to deliver a 15% reduction in delayed trains under a £47bn five-year plan - but has made no fresh promises of major projects.
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Global fund giants vie for £5.5bn B&B loan-book 13 Feb 6:37am Global fund giants vie for £5.5bn B&B loan-book
Some of the world’s biggest fund managers are competing to buy £5.5bn of mortgage loans taken over by UK taxpayers during the banking crisis almost a decade ago.
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13 Feb 4:35am Inflation remains steady at 3% in January
The rate of inflation remain unchanged in January at 3%, the Office for National Statistics said.
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Amazon plans to lay off hundreds of staff 13 Feb 3:55am Amazon plans to lay off hundreds of staff
Online retail giant Amazon is cutting hundreds of roles at its Seattle headquarters and elsewhere in its consumer business.
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Thomas Cook resumes Tunisia trips after attack 13 Feb 2:03am Thomas Cook resumes Tunisia trips after attack
Tour operator Thomas Cook is taking British tourists back to Tunisia from today for the first time since the Sousse massacre.
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