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Ratcliffe remains lead bidder despite inconclusive Manchester United board meeting
The Ineos billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe remains the leading candidate to buy Manchester United Football Club despite an inconclusive board meeting held late last week.
Wealth manager St James’s Place kicks off hunt for new chief
The executive who presided over a bitter "cruises and cufflinks" row at one of Britain’s biggest wealth managers is preparing to step down.
Supermarkets 'to be urged to cap price on some foods'
Plans to encourage supermarkets to introduce voluntary price caps on food staples in a bid to help with the cost of living crisis are being drawn up by Downing Street.
Chancellor comfortable with recession if it brings down inflation
Jeremy Hunt has told Sky News he is comfortable with Britain being plunged into recession if that's what it takes to bring down inflation.
More mortgage costs rise with 'worse to come' as Bank of England base rate expected to reach 5.5% high next year
Britain's largest building society has made some mortgages more expensive as the Bank of England's interest rate is now expected to rise higher than previously thought.
Government explores options to attract pension fund investment for UK projects
The government finds its hands somewhat tied at present on measures it can take to boost economic growth.
Inflation, debt, retail and AI
Ian King hears from Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, who says the government will do whatever it takes to bring down inflation, even if that means a recession.
ONS figures show highest three month sales growth in nearly two years as retailers bounce back
Retail sales have returned to growth after a month of contraction that was larger than first thought, according to a closely-watched measure of consumer confidence.
British Airways says IT systems 'back up and running' but with 'intermittent issues'
British Airways has said its IT systems are "back up and running" following hours of chaos which resulted in the cancellation of dozens of flights - but there could still be "intermittent issues".
Post Office admits 'abhorrent' racist slur was used to describe suspects in Horizon scandal
Black Post Office workers who were falsely accused in the Horizon scandal were classified using a racial slur, according to documents obtained by campaigners.