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  • Carney Accused Of Brexit Debate Propaganda

    Bank of England governor Mark Carney came under fire at a grilling by MPs today when he was accused of rehashing "propaganda" on the economic consequences of Brexit.

  • Osborne Faces Shaky Start On Public Finances

    George Osborne suffered a shaky start to the new financial year as official figures showed public sector borrowing was higher than expected last month.

  • Pub Boss To Hold Brexit Chats With Drinkers

    Customers hoping for a quiet pint and a packet of peanuts at their local Wetherspoon pub may get more than they bargained for as boss Tim Martin drops in for a chat about the EU referendum.

  • PPF Wants BHS Liquidator Amid Rescue Talks

    The largest unsecured creditor in BHS has asked administrators to line up liquidators for the high street chain as talks about a rescue deal that could save 11,000 jobs enter their final stages.

  • Workers Vote For Strike Over Night Tube Row

    London Underground maintenance and engineering workers have voted to go on strike in a row linked to the new night Tube, the RMT union said.

  • Cold Weather Dampens Barbecue Sales At B&Q

    B&Q sales growth slowed at the start of the year as cold weather cooled sales of barbecues and outdoor furniture.

  • Spotify Revenues Reach £1.5bn But Loss Widens

    Spotify, the world's biggest music streaming service, saw revenues surge 80% to €1.94bn (£1.5bn) last year but losses deepened as it ploughed money into investments.

  • IMG Owner Eyes F1 As CVC Revs Up Options

    A major shareholder in one of the world's biggest talent management groups is exploring the purchase of a stake in Formula One (F1) motor racing.

  • Fracking Given Green Light In North Yorkshire


    Councillors have approved an application by a UK company to frack for shale gas near the village of Kirby Misperton in North Yorkshire.

  • Excalibur To Back Liberty House Bid For Tata UK

    Excalibur, the management buyout team looking to take over the running of Tata's UK steel operations, is backing Liberty House's bid for the company, Sky News understands.