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Business secretary: £170m bailout of Liberty Steel owner would have been 'completely irresponsible'
Giving a £170m taxpayer bailout to steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta would have been "completely irresponsible", the business secretary has told MPs.
Tesco to name Kingfisher chief Garnier as director
Tesco will this week move to strengthen the level of retail expertise in its boardroom by naming Thierry Garnier, the chief executive of B&Q's parent company, as a non-executive director.
Suez Canal: Egypt files multi-million pound compensation claim against owner of Ever Given
Egypt has filed a multi-million pound compensation claim against the owner of the container ship that blocked the Suez Canal for nearly a week.
Channel 4 backs Purplebricks founder's Boomin portal
Channel 4, the state-owned broadcaster, is to take a stake in Boomin, the new online property portal established by Purplebricks' founder, Michael Bruce.
Greensill Capital lobbying row deepens as it emerges top civil servant worked for firm while at Cabinet Office
A senior civil servant worked for Greensill Capital - the financial firm at the centre of the David Cameron lobbying row - while still employed in Whitehall, it has been revealed.
Exports to EU partially rebound after January slump - as wider economy returns to growth
Exports to the EU partly rebounded in February after a record slump to start the year while the wider economy also returned to growth, official figures show.
Trade recovery offers tentative relief but it's still hard to judge Brexit's long-term impact
Today's trade figures offer an important early sense of how Britain is settling into its new post-Brexit reality.
Bank of England's chief economist announces new role at Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce
The Bank of England's chief economist will leave his role later this year for a new job at the Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.
Engineering giant Babcock to cut 1,000 jobs in restructuring in the UK and overseas
Engineering giant Babcock International is to cut 1,000 jobs - most of them in the UK - as part of a shake-up.
COVID-19: Top lawyer will have 'carte blanche' with review into firm David Cameron lobbied for, says Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson has promised a top lawyer will be given "carte blanche to ask anybody whatever he needs" as part of a review into the activities of a collapsed finance firm David Cameron lobbied for.