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UK's decision to ban Huawei from 5G networks 'disappointing'
China's ambassador to the UK says Britain's decision to block Huawei from its 5G network is "disappointing" - but Donald Trump has welcomed the move.
Coronavirus: Will the hospitality industry pass on VAT cuts to consumers?
The hospitality and tourism sectors are set to benefit from a reduction in VAT from today - but there are concerns the savings might not be passed on to consumers.
Decline in fertility will see global population shrink, triggering 'radical' shifts in economic power - report
The global population is likely to shrink after the middle of this century, triggering shifts in economic power, a new report suggests.
Coronavirus: Barber reopens at stroke of midnight as Scotland's lockdown eases
A young barber is among the first in the latest group of businesses to begin trading again on the first day of Scotland's relaxed lockdown.
Coronavirus: Cruise operator CMV in last-ditch bid to stay afloat
A British-based cruise operator which has been at the centre of a repatriation row involving hundreds of crew is in eleventh-hour talks with potential investors in a desperate bid to stay afloat.
Coronavirus: Budget watchdog sees response costs topping £192bn
The UK's budget watchdog has revised sharply higher its projections for the cost of the government's response to the coronavirus crisis and warned the country remains on track for its worst economic slump in 300 years.
Coronavirus: Why UK's COVID-19 recession will feel far more intense than the aftermath of 2008
This might sound improbable, but just over a decade ago many people were bemoaning the fact that economics had become so boring.
Coronavirus: Economy 'still a quarter below' pre-crisis level in May
The economy failed to regain much momentum in May - the second full month of the coronavirus lockdown, official figures show.
Audit reform: Woeful quality check results must set alarm bells ringing
The accounting profession has received many broadsides from its regulator, the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), some of which have had more impact than others.
Lord Browne quits as Huawei UK chairman as government ban looms
Lord Browne of Madingley, the former BP boss, is to step down early as the UK chairman of Huawei Technologies as it faces a government ban on involvement in the UK's 5G infrastructure.