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FirstGroup ends long journey to sale of US bus operations with £3.3bn EQT deal
Tens of thousands of American yellow school buses will be given a new owner on Friday when their London-listed parent announces that it has offloaded them in a deal worth about $4.6bn (£3.3bn).
Australian trade minister 'absolutely confident' of deal with UK
Australia and Britain are heading towards a free trade deal during two days of talks in London.
David Cameron: Former prime minister repeatedly lobbied Bank of England for Greensill access to COVID support
David Cameron repeatedly lobbied the Bank of England over access to government-backed COVID support on behalf of the now-collapsed financial services firm he worked for.
Number 10 'sources' accuse Dominic Cummings of leaking Boris Johnson's texts with Dyson and Saudi crown prince
Downing Street has mounted a fightback against "sleaze" accusations by planting stories in Tory-supporting newspapers accusing Dominic Cummings of leaking Number 10 texts.
David Cameron lobbying: Bank of England documents suggest 'Dodgy Dave' turned to 'Desperate Dave' over Greensill
In a House of Commons debate last week on the Greensill lobbying scandal, several Labour MPs referred to former prime minister David Cameron as "Dodgy Dave".
COVID-19: Manufacturing outlook sunniest since 1973 as reopening boosts prospects
Britain's economic reopening has helped create the strongest pick-up in optimism among manufacturers for nearly half a century, according to new figures.
COVID-19: Jaguar Land Rover to suspend production due to chip shortages
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has revealed that production at two of its UK manufacturing plants is to be suspended due to a shortage of parts.
COVID-19: 'I'm hoping collaboration can continue across borders' says Novavax vaccine maker
The British manufacturer of the next coronavirus vaccine likely to be approved for general use in the UK has called on international governments to cooperate to ensure the global rollout is not interrupted by disputes.
Going back to Vegas: how events giant Informa plans to rebound from COVID pandemic horror show
Pushed to name those business sectors that had been hit hardest by COVID-19, most people would plump for aviation, hospitality or live entertainment.
Co-op store management shake-up to affect 2,000 staff
The Co-op retail chain has announced a shake-up of its store management structure which is expected to affect 2,000 staff.