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Newport Wafer Fab: Former cyber security chief raises alarm over sale of Welsh microchip manufacturer to Chinese-backed Nexperia
The UK's former cyber security chief has raised the alarm over the sale of a Welsh microchip manufacturer to a Chinese-backed company.
COVID-19: Taxpayers will be exposed to pandemic cost risks for decades, report says
Taxpayers will spend decades exposed to financial risks from the government's coronavirus spending, according to a committee of MPs.
Newly listed Bridgepoint cooks up £500m Whopper with plot to sell Burger King UK
The newly listed owner of Burger King's UK operations has begun drawing up plans for a sale of the business next year in a bet on an accelerated recovery of Britain's pandemic-hit restaurant industry.
COVID-19: Emergency workers won't need to be jabbed to have self-isolation exemption as testing expanded amid pingdemic
People in frontline roles such as police, fire and the Border Force, will be able to avoid quarantine - regardless of vaccine status - if they are a close contact of a positive COVID case, as the government expands workplace testing in England.
COVID-19: UK economic rebound slows sharply as pingdemic takes toll
The UK's economic bounce-back has slowed sharply partly thanks to the impact of the "pingdemic" causing workers to isolate, according to a key business survey.
COVID-19: 'Summer of closures' for hotels and restaurants left off 'pingdemic' exemption list
Hotels and restaurants face a summer of closures after their workers were not included in quarantine exemptions, the government has been told.
COVID-19: Tube lines hit by pingdemic as 300 staff isolate - and train firms cut services across England
Two of London's main Tube lines are shut this weekend and there are changes to other services as 300 staff self-isolate.
Business leaders have 'obligation to speak up', ex-Unilever boss says amid Ben & Jerry's row
Unilever's ex-boss has said business leaders have an "obligation to speak up" after his former company became embroiled in a row with Israel over its Ben & Jerry's business.
'We need a sense of urgency here': Farmers, meat processors and supermarkets struggle with pingdemic exemption confusion
Under sweltering skies in Norfolk, the harvest is coming in.
Euro 2020 delivers boost for retail sales but clothes stores slip back
Football fans stocking up in supermarkets delivered a boost to the UK retail sector last month but fashion stores suffered a setback, official figures show.