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Lords won’t get the answers they want to high-speed questions 15 May 8:46pm Lords won’t get the answers they want to high-speed questions
There is plenty of anger within the pages of this report from the House of Lords, but crucially it stops short of asking for HS2 to be scrapped.
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Probation services to be brought back under public control 15 May 8:32pm Probation services to be brought back under public control
The supervision of all offenders in England and Wales is being brought back under public control, after a part-privatisation was dogged by controversy and criticism.
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Warning that HS2 costs are out of control 15 May 6:00pm Warning that HS2 costs are out of control
The costs of the HS2 rail service appear to be out of control and it should not go ahead without a new assessment of the business case, according to peers.
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Veteran Turner resurfaces at Gulf Marine Services 15 May 2:37pm Veteran Turner resurfaces at Gulf Marine Services
One of Britain's most senior industrialists will this week take on his first boardroom role ‎since becoming the latest victim of a corporate governance crackdown on long-serving chairmen.
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Shares up as Trump finds reverse gear for car tariff threat 15 May 1:15pm Shares up as Trump finds reverse gear for car tariff threat
US and European stock market values have surged on reports Donald Trump is to delay, by up to six months, a decision to impose tariffs on car imports to the US.
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National Grid says nationalisation would delay green energy progress 15 May 7:16am National Grid says nationalisation would delay green energy progress
National Grid has said plans by Labour to renationalise UK energy networks would damage investment and delay progress towards greener energy.
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Trainline owner takes twin-track approach to exit 15 May 6:35am Trainline owner takes twin-track approach to exit
The owner of Trainline is quietly sounding out potential buyers of the digital transport booking platform even as it continues to make tracks towards a public listing valuing it at well over £1bn.
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Leibniz biscuit heir criticised over forced labourer comments 15 May 5:54am Leibniz biscuit heir criticised over forced labourer comments
The heir to the German company behind Leibniz biscuits has been criticised after apparently downplaying the suffering of people forced to work at the family business under Nazi rule.
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TUI losses widen to €301m as Brexit weighs on demand 15 May 3:23am TUI losses widen to €301m as Brexit weighs on demand
Travel operator TUI has reported widening half-year losses and a fall in summer bookings as it counts the cost of weak consumer confidence and Brexit uncertainty.
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