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BRITONS may well be looking for ways to reduce the amount they pay towards their TV licence.
St Johns Shopping Centre has previously 'consulted at length' with the city council
Funding should let the brand develop new products and enhance its e-commerce capabilities
Banknote maker De La Rue has lost over a quarter of its value after a Covid-relatedprofit warning .
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Emma Spencer fell foul of the scam after receiving a text, supposedly from Royal Mail, claiming a parcel couldn't be delivered unless she paid a £2 fee.
The business was established in 1981 and is now one of the largest electrical contractors in Britain
STOXX 600 index down 0.4% in early trading, with Asian stocks also under pressure
NS&I, the Government-backed savings provider, is planning to introduce an added layer of security to all registered accounts.
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UK banknote maker says rising costs, chip shortages and staff absences will hamper full-year earnings
The transport hub has announced a number of new routes for 2022 and is looking to fill a range of jobs
Alan Jope is having a busy couple of weeks.
BRITONS could be entitled to a free bus pass if they have one of five health conditions that affects their ability to drive or get around.
PENSIONERS may not have enough money to cover the basics, a financial expert has warned.
THOUSANDS of households in certain parts of the UK could be eligible for a triple Cold Weather Payment.
More than 20 years of collecting by one man is finally sold off after more than a year of separate auctions
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BREXIT BRITAIN has been given a financial boost with news City of London stocks have soared, giving shareholders a £94bn return in dividends.
Ruthin based Jones Bros wants full planning permission for 40 homes in Llandyrnog, near Denbigh
Huge pay incentives and immigration fast-tracks are leading many to leave countries whose health systems urgently need their expertise.
MINIMUM WAGE rates are due to increase later this year, offering workers aged 16 and over a higher hourly wage. New rates are to come into...
Returning to work in offices will help younger staff with their careers, the head of a pub firm says.