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National Grid blames lightning strike as it faces Ofgem power cut investigation
National Grid is facing an investigation by Ofgem over a major power cut earlier this month - as it blamed a lightning strike for the outage.
Government holding millions in student loan overpayments
The government is sitting on millions of pounds owed to ex-students who have overpaid on their student loans.
UK shoppers leave £228m of click-and-collect products unclaimed
Online shoppers short on time failed to take home around £228m worth of click-and-collect goods over the past year, according to new research.
Greene King to be sold in £4.6bn takeover deal with Hong Kong real estate giant
Britain's largest pub and brewery company Greene King has agreed to a £4.6bn takeover by a Hong Kong-based conglomerate.
British Steel engineering arm races to secure French takeover
The engineering division of British Steel is racing to secure a sale days after Turkey's military pension fund secured the exclusive right to buy the UK's second-largest steel producer.
European markets rise on hopes of stimulus to prevent recession
Stock markets across Europe have risen on hopes of a stimulus after Germany's central bank hinted there was a risk of recession.
Property sales rise after Brexit uncertainty decline despite fall in value
Property sales have started to rise after Brexit uncertainty had left transaction levels at multi-year lows, according to a property portal.
Shares in Mitie Group rise after catering arm sale
Shares in the outsourcing giant Mitie Group have risen sharply after it confirmed the sale of its catering division.
Lidl suppliers on the hook for potential no-deal Brexit tariffs
Lidl's Irish business has said that British suppliers will be responsible for additional tariffs in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Michael Gove admits no-deal would cause 'bumps in the road' but says concerns exaggerated
A secret government report warning of food, fuel and drug shortages under a no-deal Brexit is out of date, Michael Gove has said.