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Coronavirus: One-year spending review looms as public debt hits 103.5% of GDP
A one-year spending review has been announced by the Treasury to "focus entirely" on tackling the coronavirus crisis - as official figures show borrowing records continue to be smashed.
Coronavirus: COVID resurgence places Rishi Sunak's stance in peril
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Coronavirus: Manchester United report net loss and doubling of debt pile
Manchester United have revealed the extent of coronavirus disruption on their finances, reporting an annual loss and doubling of the club's debt pile.
State pension to rise by 2.5% but state benefits are hit by weak inflation
The triple lock rule means the state pension will rise by 2.5% next year but benefit recipients are in line for a much weaker increase.
Why do Germany and the UK's leading stock markets seem to be having very different years?
For casual observers, it must seem strange that the DAX 30, Germany's leading stock index, is down by only 5% since the beginning of the year while the FTSE-100, its UK equivalent, is off by a thumping 23%.
TM Lewin-owner Torque talks takeover of ailing Day’s Jaeger brand
The investors who bought shirt-maker TM Lewin in a controversial deal earlier this year are in talks to acquire Jaeger, the fashion label owned by the ailing businessman Philip Day.
Coronavirus: Boost for high street as Sky plans to open shops 'across the UK'
Sky, the owner of Sky News, has announced plans to open its first retail stores in a boost for the beleaguered high street.
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.
European Premier League plans are further proof that greed is now the driving force of football
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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.