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Line 18: Food bank use four times higher in universal credit areas
Rent arrears, evictions and food bank use are soaring in areas where universal credit has been rolled out, new figures have revealed.
Apple's Shazam takeover investigated over competition concerns
The European Commission has launched an in-depth investigation into Apple's takeover of UK-based music app Shazam after finding the deal could raise competition concerns.
Government could intervene over Express takeover
Culture Secretary Matt Hancock is to consider intervening in Trinity Mirror's £126.7m deal to buy newspapers including the Daily Express and Daily Star.
TSB 'data breach' amid online banking upgrade chaos
TSB has apologised after problems with online banking temporarily left some users able to access other accounts and also resulted in intermittent access to its service.
Rolls-Royce considers 'technical' Brexit switch
British manufacturing giant Rolls-Royce is considering moving the design approval process for its large jet engines to Germany as a "technical measure" to avoid Brexit disruption.
Capita in £701m cash call as it reports £513.1m pre-tax loss
Capita, the troubled outsourcing company responsible for collecting the TV licence fee, has moved to shore up its finances as annual losses surge.
Severe weather 'bounce-back' is predicted for UK economy
A halving of UK economic growth in the first quarter of 2018 will prove a temporary blip as pressure on household finances eases, according to a closely-watched forecast.
London Stock Exchange rebel TCI gives backing to new chief
The activist investor who laid siege to the London Stock Exchange Group's (LSEG) boardroom last year has given its backing to the choice of a new boss on the eve of its annual meeting.
No 10: Brexit showdown on customs union not a 'vote of confidence' in PM
Downing Street has dismissed suggestions a looming parliamentary showdown over a key part of Theresa May's Brexit strategy will effectively be a vote of confidence in the Prime Minister.
Glasgow leads Britain's satellite space race
Glasgow has become the unlikely capital of Britain's satellite-building industry.