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Government steps up preparation for trade with EU after no-deal Brexit
The government has taken a crucial step to help unprepared businesses to trade with EU members in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
FTSE100 bosses make 117 times their employees despite pay cut
Bosses at Britain's biggest companies have taken a pay cut but continue to earn more than 100 times the average employee.
Investors pour £5.5bn into UK tech firms
Investors ploughed $6.7bn (£5.5bn) into the UK tech sector in the first seven months of the year, more than the whole of 2018, according to figures from the government's digital economy council.
Hasbro: US toy company gives plastic packaging the boot
A US toy company famed for its plastic action figures and board games is giving plastic packaging the boot.
Children 'robbed of childhood' as families housed in converted shipping containers and offices
Thousands of children are being "robbed" of a decent childhood by growing up in converted shipping containers and office blocks, say campaigners.
National Grid blames lightning strike as it faces Ofgem power cut investigation
National Grid is facing an investigation by Ofgem over a major power cut earlier this month - as it blamed a lightning strike for the outage.
Rolls-Royce in talks with French consortium over civil nuclear deal
A French-led consortium is in advanced talks to buy a big chunk of Rolls-Royce Holdings' civil nuclear operations as part of a deal that will continue the transformation of one of Britain's most important industrial groups.
Facebook to let users stop app and website tracking
Facebook has launched a tool that lets users stop apps and businesses sharing their data to the social network in the latest move to improve its privacy.
UK economy £26bn bigger than previously thought, says ONS
Britain's economy is slightly bigger than previously thought according to new estimates published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Hong Kong protests: Facebook and Twitter move to block 'Chinese campaign'
Facebook and Twitter are cracking down on what they say is a China-backed disinformation campaign to "undermine" ongoing protests in Hong Kong.