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Councils and police forces using ANPR cameras most extensively 14 Mar 6:33pm Updated Councils and police forces using ANPR cameras most extensively
ANPR cameras operated by police forces scanned 10.1bn last year and those used by councils have generated fines worth almost £500m in 5 years, an investigation shows.
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Fat cat pay row at Shell with boss scooping £18m as rising oil price hits drivers in the pocket 14 Mar 6:00pm Fat cat pay row at Shell with boss scooping £18m as rising oil price hits drivers in the pocket
Ben van Beurden saw his pay at the supermajor more than double from £7.8m in 2017. It means the Dutchman has been paid nearly £60m since becoming boss in 2014.
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MARKET REPORT: Retirement firm Just Group cancels dividend and launches £380m fundraising drive 14 Mar 5:57pm MARKET REPORT: Retirement firm Just Group cancels dividend and launches £380m fundraising drive
The life insurance group said it made £86m of losses in 2018 having notched up a profit of £181m the previous year. At the same time, Just Group said it will scrap its annual dividend
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Is the party over for Sir Philip Green? Fashion tycoon faces allegations of sexism 14 Mar 5:57pm Is the party over for Sir Philip Green? Fashion tycoon faces allegations of sexism
Green's Arcadia empire, which includes Topshop, is suffering from the same pressures as the rest of the High Street: online competition, hefty business rates and changing fashion tastes.
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Superdry founder urges shareholders to vote for his return 14 Mar 5:57pm Superdry founder urges shareholders to vote for his return
In his latest broadside against the fashion chain, Julian Dunkerton urged shareholders to vote in favour of his return to the company so he can 'restore Superdry to its former glory'.
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Cineworld shows superhero growth with profits more than doubling as it makes its mark in the US 14 Mar 5:57pm Cineworld shows superhero growth with profits more than doubling as it makes its mark in the US
The cinema chain posted profits of £262.2m for 2018 compared with £155.1m a year earlier. Screenings of superhero films Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War boosted box office sales.
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Political turmoil does nothing to deter first-time buyers 14 Mar 1:39pm Updated Political turmoil does nothing to deter first-time buyers
Figures from trade body UK Finance have revealed there were 4.6 per cent more first-time buyers taking out mortgages in January than there were in the same month last year.
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What is the Orca Isa? New firm allows you to invest in 5 P2P firms in tax-free wrapper 14 Mar 1:11pm Updated What is the Orca Isa? New firm allows you to invest in 5 P2P firms in tax-free wrapper
Have you ever thought: 'I really want to put money into multiple Innovative Finance Isas, but the taxman only lets me open one a year'? Fintech Orca now lets you put money into 5 P2P firms with 1 Isa
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Jaguar Land Rover recalls 44,000 cars over excessive CO2 emissions 14 Mar 10:00am Updated Jaguar Land Rover recalls 44,000 cars over excessive CO2 emissions
Ten models have been found to be emitting more CO2 than certified initially, according to the Vehicle Certification Agency. The recall impacts both petrol and diesel models built between 2016 and 2019.
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How many driving licences are revoked each year on medical grounds? 14 Mar 6:38am Updated How many driving licences are revoked each year on medical grounds?
Drivers are responsible for declaring they are medically fit to be safe at the wheel. However, there are no compulsory assessments required for these motorists to retain their licences.
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SIMON LAMBERT: OBR rumbles the sneaky probate fee death tax 14 Mar 5:49am Updated SIMON LAMBERT: OBR rumbles the sneaky probate fee death tax
The Government’s decision to shove through a £155million raid on bereaved families is a pretty disgraceful move and it got busted for claiming it is a fee by the OBR yesterday.
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Mike Ashley offers Debenhams £150m lifeline to install himself as CEO 14 Mar 5:46am Mike Ashley offers Debenhams £150m lifeline to install himself as CEO
Rather than rebuff the loan, as it has done with previous offers, Debenhams said today it will give it 'careful consideration' and 'engage constructively' with Sports Direct.
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RUTH SUNDERLAND: Brexit disaster at the tills could still await 14 Mar 5:31am Updated RUTH SUNDERLAND: Brexit disaster at the tills could still await
The prospect of paying £2,000 more for a new VW Golf because of a No Deal Brexit will horrify motorists but unfortunately, there is a lot more than that to worry about, says RUTH SUNDERLAND.
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What the Spring Statement means for small businesses 14 Mar 5:11am What the Spring Statement means for small businesses
The Spring Statement brought a crackdown on late payments that affect four out of five small businesses.
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Yorkshire BS launches the cheapest five-year fix for 15% deposit 14 Mar 4:59am Updated Yorkshire BS launches the cheapest five-year fix for 15% deposit
On a £200,000 mortgage taken over 25 years, a borrower on the Yorkshire deal would have monthly repayments of £848.68. But while the rate is low, the fee is sky-high.
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Have government savings schemes flopped? Take up of flagship accounts low, OBR says 14 Mar 4:49am Updated Have government savings schemes flopped? Take up of flagship accounts low, OBR says
The budget watchdog today slashed the bonus it expected the Government to have to pay to Lifetime Isa savers by 2021 in half, in another blow for a product often criticised as a gimmick.
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Tech titans targeted as competition watchdog is told to investigate digital advertising 14 Mar 3:58am Updated Tech titans targeted as competition watchdog is told to investigate digital advertising
The move, which comes in response to a major review, will pile pressure on Google and Facebook, which rake in around half of Britain’s £13bn online ads market between them.
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