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British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair have launched legal action against the government's controversial quarantine measures.
Britain's economy suffered a record collapse during April's coronavirus lockdown with GDP plunging by 20.4%, the Office for National Statistics said.
The government will take a "flexible" approach to post-Brexit border checks on goods imported from the EU next year in order to assist businesses already…
US stocks have fallen sharply as hopes of a quick post-virus economic recovery start to fade.
LV=, the former friendly society that is one of Britain's biggest financial services mutuals, is exploring a sale of its remaining operations in a move…
Ticket resale website Viagogo's merger with rival StubHub could lead to higher prices for concert fans and other customers, the market regulator has warned.
More than half of Poundstretcher's stores are at risk of closure as the high street discount chain prepares to launch a radical restructuring plan that…
If the first quarter of the year was a terrible one for global stock markets, as economies around the world went into a deep freeze…
The British arm of the bakery chain Le Pain Quotidien has been sold in a deal which salvages jobs.
Around 600 jobs will be lost at Bombardier's aircraft manufacturing plant in Belfast as the aviation industry continues to face challenges caused by the coronavirus…

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