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Sainsbury-Asda merger referred for "in-depth investigation"

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is referring the proposed merger between Sainsbury's  and Asda for an "in-depth investigation".

Mobile phone customers overcharged by almost half a billion pounds

Some mobile phone companies have charged customers almost half a billion pounds for handsets which they already own, according to Citizens Advice.

Tesco takes on Aldi and Lidl as first Jack's store opens

Tesco is opening the first store under its new Jack's brand on Wednesday, with the retailer due to outline the scale of its ambition.

UK 'garden shed' inventors win prize for device to help stroke survivors

A "revolutionary device" which would help rehabilitate stroke survivors has been declared the winner of a government-supported competition.

EU scraps Ireland lawsuit in Apple 'state aid' case

EU scraps Ireland lawsuit in Apple 'state aid' case

The EU is no longer planning to sue Ireland over its failure to recover €14.3bn (£12.7bn) in back taxes and interest from Apple after the company handed over the money.

Government's 100,000 net migration cap 'not policy', Migration Advisory Committee chair says

Government's 100,000 net migration cap 'not policy', Migration Advisory Committee chair says

The Conservatives' key promise to keep net migration under 100,000 has been branded a "political target" that is not immigration policy.

Kopparberg to produce cider in the UK over Brexit fears

Kopparberg to produce cider in the UK over Brexit fears

Kopparberg will start manufacturing its ciders in Britain for the first time in an attempt to lessen the fall-out from Brexit.

UK-US deal could 'rewrite' global rules, think tank says

UK-US deal could 'rewrite' global rules, think tank says

UK and US think tanks looking into the best form for a free-trade pact between the countries say that a new deal could potentially become the basis for bilateral agreements worldwide.

Marsh & McLennan eyes world growth in £4.9bn UK takeover

Marsh & McLennan eyes world growth in £4.9bn UK takeover

America's insurance brokers obviously like the UK.

BMW to shut Mini factory in Oxford for a month after Brexit day - Sky sources

BMW to shut Mini factory in Oxford for a month after Brexit day - Sky sources

Car giant BMW will shut its main British manufacturing factory immediately after Brexit day next year for several weeks, because of the rising risk of a "no-deal" divorce, Sky News has learned.

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67-year-old Richard Thomas Hansford pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to poultry.

Brexit campaigners set for Dorchester meeting TONIGHT

The effect of Brexit on the NHS will be high on the agenda.

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