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More than 10,000 British Airways workers being made redundant
More than 10,000 British Airways workers are being made redundant, it has been confirmed.
Chancellor: There is hardship ahead for many people as furlough ends
The chancellor has warned there is hardship ahead for many people as the furlough scheme winds down over the next few months.
Trump steps up war against TikTok with new executive order
Donald Trump has signed an executive order banning any US transactions with the Chinese company that owns the video-sharing app TikTok.
Energy bills to fall by up to £95 as Ofgem cuts price cap
Ofgem has said it will cut bills for around 15 million households by up to £95 after reducing its cap on energy bills to the lowest level yet.
Coronavirus: Hargreaves Lansdown adds record number of clients as stuck-at-home Britons turn to trading
Hargreaves Lansdown has reported a record number of net new clients, as thousands of Britons turned to share trading during the lockdown.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg joins Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos in the 'Centibillionaire Club'
Mark Zuckerberg has seen his personal wealth hit $100bn (£76bn), 16 years after he co-founded Facebook from his university dorm room.
Coronavirus: Businesses demand 'no surprises' approach to UK's local lockdowns
Businesses have demanded a "no surprises" approach to the handling of local coronavirus lockdowns following complaints of mixed messages and a lack of communication.
Negative rates in Bank of England 'toolbox' as it sees longer virus recovery ahead
The governor of the Bank of England has told Sky News that the idea of negative interest rates has been added to its "toolbox" of possible support measures for the UK economy during the coronavirus crisis.
Canadian brewery apologises for unwittingly naming beer after Maori word for pubic hair
A Canadian brewery has apologised after unwittingly naming one of its beers after the Maori word for pubic hair.
Bank of England offers some better news but warns of economic 'scarring'
Let's start with the good news.