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Ministers step up criticism of 'irresponsible' Brexit warning from Airbus
Senior ministers have hit back at Airbus for going public with fears about the progress of Brexit.
Uber begins appeal against London licence ban
Uber is starting its appeal to overturn a decision stripping it of its licence in London after being ruled unfit to run a taxi service in its most important European market.
First state-run East Coast line train arrives on time
The first service operated by the new state-run franchise that runs trains on the East Coast Main Line has arrived on time.
Goldsmiths' owner picks banks to add sparkle to London float
The British-based retail group behind jewellers Goldsmiths and Watches of Switzerland has picked two banks to spearhead a stock market listing.
Privatised training firm Learndirect sold in last-ditch rescue deal
A little-known education entrepreneur has swooped to seal an audacious takeover of Learndirect, Britain's biggest provider of apprenticeships and adult training services.
Donald Trump threatens 20% tariff on all European cars
Donald Trump has threatened a 20% tariff on all European cars if the EU does not remove trade barriers introduced on Friday.
Airbus: 'No-deal' Brexit would be 'chaos at the borders'
Airbus has said it is running out patience with the government and a "no-deal" Brexit would mean "chaos at the borders".
Aston Martin to offer discounted stock in £5bn listing
James Bond's carmaker is drawing up plans to hand millions of pounds of discounted stock to wealthy customers as part of a London listing expected to value it at up to £5bn.
Saudi Arabia persuades Iran and OPEC to agree increase in oil production
OPEC has agreed to increase oil production by one million barrels a day after a stormy meeting that saw Iran walk out of negotiations.
6,000 jobs to go as House of Fraser store closures confirmed
House of Fraser has been given approval by creditors to close 31 of its 59 stores, resulting in up to 6,000 job losses.