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Top English clubs in bombshell talks to join European Premier League
Liverpool and Manchester United are in talks about a bombshell plot involving Europe's biggest football clubs to join a new FIFA-backed tournament that would reshape the sport's global landscape.
Scale of job losses could be worse than forecast, BoE policymaker warns
The UK's unemployment rate could overtake the Bank of England's (BoE) predicted peak of 7.5% as the coronavirus pandemic continues, one if its policymakers has warned.
Stunning demand for new Euro bonds presents opportunity for the EU
Anyone who struggles to connect the events in financial markets to the lives of ordinary people should take a look at today's goings-on in the bond market.
Google accused of being a monopoly by US in largest antitrust lawsuit in two decades
The US Department of Justice has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google's parent company Alphabet for using "illegal means" to keep its monopoly power.
Coronavirus: Durex enjoys 'double-digit' revenue growth in Reckitt Benckiser sales boom
The maker of top cleaning brands including Dettol and Cillit Bang, Reckitt Benckiser (RB), has reported a recovery in condom sales thanks to relaxed coronavirus restrictions.
China billionaires: Huawei founder among 'losers' in league table as Alibaba founder comes top again
Huawei's founder saw his personal wealth decline by 10% over the past year as the tech company fought security battles with western governments, according to a new league table of China's billionaires.
Coronavirus: Rapid one-hour tests now available for Italy and Hong Kong passengers at Heathrow
Passengers flying from Heathrow to Italy and Hong Kong will now be able to get a coronavirus test at the airport with results in just one hour.
Asda opens 'sustainability store' with cereals in refillable containers and fruit sold loose
Household essentials including teabags and cereals will be sold via refillable containers at a trial sustainability Asda store.
Energy price cap extended until end of 2021
The energy price cap will be extended until the end of next year, the government has announced.
Brexit: Many businesses still in the dark over government trade plans, says survey
Two-thirds of businesses say the government has done a poor job of communicating its plans for a post-Brexit trade agreement, according to a survey.
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