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Co-op faces member disquiet over £70m business rates relief
The Co-op Group, Britain's biggest mutual, is facing disquiet from members after refusing to commit to emulating rival grocery retailers and returning tens of millions of pounds of business rates relief.

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03-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Ryanair orders 75 more Boeing 737 Max planes
The Irish airline's deal is a boost for the Max, which was grounded after two deadly crashes.
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03-Dec-2020 - Source: BBC News

Shoppers told Arcadia gift cards can only be used for up to half the value of purchases
Shoppers with gift cards for Arcadia stores have been told they can only use them to pay for up to 50% of their purchases.

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03-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Facebook to start removing COVID vaccine misinformation
Facebook is to ban proven false claims about COVID-19 vaccines, but warns it will "not be able to start enforcing these policies overnight".

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03-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Tesco warns government over Brexit's 'biggest challenge'
Tesco's new chief executive has told Sky News the UK's largest retailer still lacks clarity from the government on the movement of goods following the end of the Brexit transition period.

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03-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Asda joins rivals to pay back Covid rates relief
The UK's biggest supermarkets will return £1.7bn after facing criticism for taking state support.
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03-Dec-2020 - Source: BBC News

Live animal exports to be banned under new plan
Exporting live animals for slaughter and fattening will be banned under new plans.

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03-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Media giant Bertelsmann backs subscription start-up Zephr
A British start-up which helps traditional print publishers increase digital subscription revenues has won backing from an arm of Bertelsmann, the German media giant.

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03-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Vaccine hopes 'lift business confidence to highest level since March 2015'
A closely-watched survey of businesses has found confidence in the year ahead at its highest level since March 2015, despite further coronavirus restrictions damaging activity last month.

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03-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Johnson takes Risk with gardening retailer Primrose
One of the country’s most prominent entrepreneurs is placing a bet on green-fingered Britons by buying a major online gardening products retailer.

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03-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

US pushes ahead with new rules for Chinese firms
The move to delist non-compliant companies coincides with a wider push to ramp up pressure on China.
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03-Dec-2020 - Source: BBC News

HSBC share price rockets 50% since its 25-year low
Investors feel the UK's biggest bank's outlook has improved after slumping in September.
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03-Dec-2020 - Source: BBC News

'Direct debit fraud cost my mum £1,000'
Phil Lind says his mother, Ursula, had money stolen from her bank account after criminals beat security.
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03-Dec-2020 - Source: BBC News

Pent-up demand brings shoppers back to cities but hospitality left out of the party
If Debenhams had been as popular before COVID as it looked when reopening after lockdown it might not be heading for liquidation.

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02-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Tesco and Morrisons give up £859m coronavirus business rates relief
Supermarkets Tesco and Morrisons have announced they will give up £859m in business rates relief they have benefited from during the pandemic.

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02-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Shoppers hit the high street as Tier 3 residents 'angry' over new measures
Tier 3 residents have expressed their anger for being "lumped" under harsh restrictions as shoppers hit the high street in their droves following the end of England's four-week lockdown.

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02-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

'Covid fatigue' and Christmas lures eager shoppers
Footfall bounced back in England's stores on Wednesday after the month-long lockdown ended.
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02-Dec-2020 - Source: BBC News

Arcadia owner pledges to bring forward £50m pension fund payment
Arcadia owner Lady Christina Green is to bring forward a £50m payment into the collapsed retailer's pension fund.

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02-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Caffè Nero owners brew £5m 'survival fund' amid CVA row
The owner of Caffè Nero is pledging £5m to a 'survival fund' aimed at withstanding any renewed escalation of the coronavirus crisis as it braces itself for a legal challenge from landlords.

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02-Dec-2020 - Source: Sky News

Calls for better deal for Arcadia pension holders
Labour says pension scheme members "should not pay the price of Sir Philip Green's greed".
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02-Dec-2020 - Source: BBC News

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