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NAO says 60% of help-to-buy buyers did not need state support 12 Jun 7:01pm NAO says 60% of help-to-buy buyers did not need state support
Scheme has proven controversial as housebuilders’ profits have dramatically increased More than half of people using the government’s
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UK flower-growing industry in full bloom and worth £121m 12 Jun 7:01pm UK flower-growing industry in full bloom and worth £121m
Homegrown stems accounted for 14% of £865m worth of flowers sold in Britain last year
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Onshore wind farms in UK could cut £50 a year off energy bills 12 Jun 5:00pm Onshore wind farms in UK could cut £50 a year off energy bills
Government urged to overturn effective ban to help meet ambitious climate targets Government ministers face rising calls to lift their block on onshore wind farms to help meet the UK’s ambitious climate targets while reducing home energy bills. Some of Europe’s largest energy investors have urged the government to overturn an effective ban on new onshore wind farms in England, warning that it may be stifling a flood of investment into the UK’s clean energy sector.
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Majestic Wine shares rise as US hedge fund joins bidders for stores 12 Jun 2:14pm Majestic Wine shares rise as US hedge fund joins bidders for stores
Elliott Advisors reportedly seeking to buy retailer’s 200 UK shops
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Arcadia: Landlords back rescue plan, but 1,000 jobs still lost - business live 12 Jun 1:25pm Updated Arcadia: Landlords back rescue plan, but 1,000 jobs still lost - business live
Victory for Sir Philip Green as landlords approve a CVA that spares Top Shop, Miss Selfridge, Burton and Dorothy Perkins from closure
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Arcadia: Thousands of jobs saved as landlords back rescue plan - business live 12 Jun 12:53pm Updated Arcadia: Thousands of jobs saved as landlords back rescue plan - business live
Victory for Sir Philip Green as landlords approve a CVA that spares Top Shop, Miss Selfridge, Burton and Dorothy Perkins from closure
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Arcadia rescue deal approved by creditors, saving thousands of jobs - business live 12 Jun 12:28pm Updated Arcadia rescue deal approved by creditors, saving thousands of jobs - business live
Victory for Sir Philip Green as landlords back a CVA that spares Top Shop, Miss Selfridge, Burton and Dorothy Perkins from closure
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Arcadia rescue deal approved by creditors, saving 18,000 jobs - business live 12 Jun 11:59am Arcadia rescue deal approved by creditors, saving 18,000 jobs - business live
Landlords behind Top Shop, Miss Selfridge and Burton have approved Sir Philip Green’s CVA, meaning Arcadia will avoid administration
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Northern Ireland businesses warned over no-deal Brexit 12 Jun 8:22am Northern Ireland businesses warned over no-deal Brexit
Firms face severe problems from export checks and inspections, report says
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Lidl to launch first central London store 12 Jun 7:27am Lidl to launch first central London store
German discount chain Lidl will invest £500m in London and create 1,500 new jobs Lidl is to launch its first store in central London as it opens 40 new shops across the capital in the next five years. The German discount chain said it would invest more than £500m in London and create 1,500 jobs at the new stores, at locations including Alperton, East Acton, Hackbridge and Watford. Lidl currently has 88 shops in the capital, out of 760 in the UK.
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Arcadia: from its roots with Burton in 1903 to near collapse 12 Jun 6:23am Arcadia: from its roots with Burton in 1903 to near collapse
Sir Philip Green battles to save a business that now includes Topshop, Evans and Wallis Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group, now facing the prospect of collapse, traces its
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Pendragon warns of annual loss as it slashes prices of used cars 12 Jun 5:03am Pendragon warns of annual loss as it slashes prices of used cars
Share price of Britain’s biggest car dealer plunges almost 23% after announcement Pendragon, Britain’s biggest car dealer, said it would remain in the red this year because of a tough market that has forced it to slash prices of used cars. The company, which trades under the Evans Halshaw, Stratstone and Car Store brands and sells all the main marques, predicted a small pre-tax loss in 2019, excluding proceeds from US disposals.
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Why did Saga take 10 months to sort out my broken boiler? 12 Jun 2:00am Why did Saga take 10 months to sort out my broken boiler?
After a service there was no hot water, no heating and no cooking as the gas was cut off
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Don’t believe the naysayers: Capitalism is healthier than it appears 12 Jun 2:00am Don’t believe the naysayers: Capitalism is healthier than it appears
Populist prophets of doom are wrong. The capitalist system is working for Americans
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