Business Secretary Alok Sharma said "time is short" on Brexit negotiations.
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The online giant has postponed Black Friday in France after pressure from the government.
Rishi Sunak announces a public sector pay freeze, with the exception of NHS workers and the lowest paid.
The chancellor says the economic impact of coronavirus, "and the action we’ve taken in response" has led to "a significant but necessary increase in our borrowing and debt".
A BBC investigation has found that some people have been left with huge debts and escalating costs after buying homes through the government's shared ownership scheme.
Google says it monitors posts for violations 24 hours a day and complies with all local laws.
Volkswagen has defended its decision to continue operating a car plant in a Chinese region with alleged human-rights abuse.
Lake District-based couple had to move apart after the company they worked for went bust.
Crowds in central London left pubs, bars and restaurants the night before they're due to shut for four weeks
Michael O’Leary says customers have all been reimbursed for flights cancelled earlier this year.
China's Ant Group started life as part of the Alibaba colony but grew to establish its own empire.
Chips that power nearly all electronic devices are at the heart of the battle for global dominance.
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23-year-old Rasheed lost his fully funded place on a pilots training course due to the pandemic.
Cruise customers say they have been waiting more than six months for refunds for cancelled holidays.
Turkey farmers are concerned the 'rule of six' will lead to downsized Christmas dinners.
Savile Row has been known for delivering high quality men’s tailoring for more than 200 years. But things are now changing.
Jamie Oliver has accused the government of using "back door" secondary legislation to avoid scrutiny of post-Brexit food standards.
Many Indian professionals have been working from home, but some have taken the concept a step further.
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