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What Cadbury chocolates reveal about Brexit

Even with Brexit on the horizon, the iconic chocolate company is committed to staying in Britain. But if Cadbury can't boost productivity, higher prices and smaller products may be coming.

Inflation surge does not automatically mean rates will rise, BoE's Vlieghe says

What mattered was that higher prices were largely due to the weak pound and not unexpectedly strong growth since 2016, Monetary Policy Committee member Gertjan Vlieghe told The Times.

Manchester tops UK cities for strongest house price growth

Manchester is leading the way in house price growth among major UK cities, according to a report warning regional cities should be prepared for a slowdown.

Workers in wholesale and retail sectors at highest risk from breakthroughs in robotics and artificial intelligence, PwC report finds

Workers in wholesale and retail sectors at highest risk from breakthroughs in robotics and artificial intelligence, PwC report finds

British maternity pay is one of the worst in Europe, reveals TUC report

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Instant fines for poor broadband service looming

There was hope for a new era of radically improved telecom service today when Ofcom threatened the industry with automatic compensation payments after failing customers.

Co-operative Bank says number of 'credible' bidders still interested

The Co-operative Bank said a number of "credible" bidders are still eyeing the troubled lender as it revealed an April deadline for preliminary offers.