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New Goldman Sachs boss faces 1MDB fallout 9 Nov 2:53pm New Goldman Sachs boss faces 1MDB fallout
Wall Street’s most famous bank finds itself under scrutiny following charges against former employees The new chief executive of Goldman Sachs,
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EU takes action against Isle of Man tax loophole on private jets 9 Nov 1:26pm EU takes action against Isle of Man tax loophole on private jets
European commission writes to UK over ‘abusive practices’ in crown dependency The European commission has launched infringement proceedings against the Isle of Man and Italy over what it says are illegal tax breaks given to some of the world’s wealthiest people over their purchase of private jets and yachts. The Guardian and the BBC
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Supermarkets win ruling against HMRC over bank machines 9 Nov 12:50pm Supermarkets win ruling against HMRC over bank machines
£500m windfall as court rules ATMs should not be liable for additional business rates Three of Britain’s biggest supermarket groups have won a legal victory worth up to £500m, following a court battle over business rates on cash machines installed at their shops. The court of appeal ruled on Friday that cash machines located both inside and outside stores should not be liable for additional business rates, which are a form of property tax on businesses collected by the government.
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Red Dead Redemption 2 maker sells 17m games in first fortnight 9 Nov 11:55am Red Dead Redemption 2 maker sells 17m games in first fortnight
Rockstar’s latest game in series outsells projected lifetime sales of the original Red Dead Redemption 2 has racked up more global sales in its first eight days than its predecessor managed in eight years, according to the game’s maker.
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Ryanair plane impounded in France in row over illegal subsidies 9 Nov 10:50am Ryanair plane impounded in France in row over illegal subsidies
Aviation authority impounded aircraft at Bordeaux until £450,000 bill was settled Ryanair has been forced to pay the French government €525,000 (£450,000) to release one of its planes after it was impounded at Bordeaux airport in a decade-long legal battle over illegal subsidies. French officials seized the aircraft on Thursday ahead of a planned flight to Stansted and forced 149 passengers to disembark.
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UK GDP: growth hits near two-year high, but business investment shrinks - as it happened 9 Nov 9:11am UK GDP: growth hits near two-year high, but business investment shrinks - as it happened
UK GDP expanded by 0.6% in July-September, the best quarterly growth in almost two years, but economists see storm clouds ahead
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UK growth hits near two-year high, but business investment shrinks again - live updates 9 Nov 8:31am Updated UK growth hits near two-year high, but business investment shrinks again - live updates
UK GDP expanded by 0.6% in July-September, the best quarterly growth in almost two years, but economists see storm clouds ahead
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Britain is chronically overworked. A four-day week would liberate us | Owen Jones 9 Nov 6:52am Britain is chronically overworked. A four-day week would liberate us | Owen Jones
Free-market fundamentalism hasn’t freed us – it has trapped us. It’s time for the left to embrace a workplace revolutionWe are unlikely to spend our last moments regretting that we didn’t spend enough of our lives chained to a desk. We may instead find ourselves rueing the time we didn’t spend watching our children grow, or with our loved ones, or travelling, or on the cultural or leisure pursuits that bring us happiness. Alas: the average full-time British employee
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UK growth hits near two-year high, but business investment shrinks again - business live 9 Nov 6:45am Updated UK growth hits near two-year high, but business investment shrinks again - business live
UK GDP expanded by 0.6% in July-September, the best quarterly growth in almost two years, but economists see storm clouds ahead
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UK growth hits near two-year high despite September stagnation - business live 9 Nov 5:30am Updated UK growth hits near two-year high despite September stagnation - business live
UK GDP expanded by 0.6% in July-September, the best quarterly growth in two years, but economists see storm clouds ahead
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UK GDP: Growth hits near two-year high - business live 9 Nov 4:33am UK GDP: Growth hits near two-year high - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest UK growth figures for the third quarter of this year
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UK GDP: Growth expected to hit near two-year high - business live 9 Nov 3:49am Updated UK GDP: Growth expected to hit near two-year high - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest UK growth figures for the third quarter of this year
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Gothic-style homes for sale – in pictures 9 Nov 2:00am Gothic-style homes for sale – in pictures
From clock towers to castles, see five properties packed with character features
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Why is Barclays so slow over lost funds? 9 Nov 1:00am Why is Barclays so slow over lost funds?
I tried to transfer £8,500 to my ailing mother in Ghana, but the money has vanished
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