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BA owner considers legal action against government quarantine plan – and Ryanair vows support
The chief executive of British Airways owner IAG says the company is considering legal action against the government's quarantine plans - and one of BA's biggest rivals says it would support him.
Coronavirus: JLR Midlands plant to stay shut until August
One of Jaguar Land Rover's key British plants will remain closed until at least mid-August as the industry grapples with sluggish demand amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Coronavirus: Providence stages cash call for West End theatre giant Ambassador
The owner of some of the West End's most historic theatres is staging a £50m cash injection into the business amid uncertainty about the recovery prospects for Britain's entertainment industry after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brexit: 'No significant areas of progress' in UK-EU talks, says bloc's negotiator Michel Barnier
There have been "no significant areas of progress" in the UK's negotiations with the EU over a post-Brexit trade deal, the bloc's chief negotiator has said.
BBC Studios chief executive Tim Davie confirmed as new BBC director general
BBC Studios chief executive Tim Davie has been confirmed as the new Director General of BBC.
Car maker Bentley reveals plans to cut up to 1,000 jobs
Bentley is to cut up to 1,000 jobs under a "voluntary release programme" and cannot rule out future compulsory redundancies, it has announced.
Coronavirus: Ed Miliband launches Clement Attlee-style green rescue plan
Ed Miliband is unveiling plans for a green economic rescue from the coronavirus crisis, in his first major policy initiative since his comeback to front line politics.
Coronavirus: We can supply two billion potential vaccine doses, AstraZeneca says
British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca says it now has capacity to deliver two billion doses of its potential coronavirus vaccine over the next two years.
Woodford investors in line for £225m from biotech sale
A portfolio of 19 life sciences company stakes accumulated by Neil Woodford, the former star fund manager, will be sold on Friday to an American buyer for just under £225m.
Coronavirus: Airlines among businesses given Bank of England bailouts
Airlines, transport and travel companies and car manufacturers are among the largest recipients of emergency funding under a Bank of England scheme that reveals the scale of the financial damage caused by coronavirus in the UK.