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Housebuilding giants' dominance must end, MPs argue
Big housebuilding firms have too much market dominance and the problem must be tackled to help fix the UK's “broken” housing sector, MPs have claimed.
MPs call for an end to the "dominance" of the big housebuilders  City A.M.
MPs call for end to dominance of large housebuilders
BBC News  
McDonald's employee reveals behind-the-scenes secrets... and why one staff ...
A McDonald's employee has revealed the fast food giant's behind the scenes secrets including why one hapless worker was fired after only an hour.
McDonald's employee reveals behind-the-scenes secrets... and why someone ...  Manchester Evening News
Trump's first 100 days: The economy
In his “100 day action plan” Donald Trump referred to his overarching macroeconomic goals. This stated that he would grow the US economy by 4 per cent per year and create at least 25 million new jobs over a decade.
US economy expanded at weakest pace in 3 years  WJLA
GDP slowdown stokes fears of Brexit stagnation  Financial Times
Joanna Lumley attacks Sadiq Khan's scrapping of Thames garden bridge
The Garden Bridge Trust, responsible for delivering project, said it would seek an alternative guarantor. Photograph: Heatherwick Studio/PA.
Garden Bridge: London mayor Sadiq Khan withdraws support  BBC News
Joanna Lumley's proposed Garden Bridge for Thames scrapped by London' ...
M&S online food delivery service will be no piece of cake
Couch potatoes everywhere are licking their lips as two High Street giants prepare to enter the crowded market of online food orders for home delivery.
Analysis: How can M&S make food online work?  Retail Week
Marks & Spencer to test online food service
Lloyds, Halifax and TSB customers anger as online banking 'suffers meltdown ...
Are you a customer who is locked out of your online banking, waiting for your wages to appear or had a payment disappear? Tell us your story!
Halifax and Lloyds customers hit by online banking problems  WalesOnline
Still got a paper fiver in your wallet? Well you should spend it now!
Paper notes are destined for the scrapheap … but the Bank of England promises they will 'retain their face value for all time'.
There is just a week left to spend or bank your old paper fivers  Belfast Telegraph
When do the old �5 notes stop being legal tender?  Gloucestershire Live
Drinking duty-free booze on flights 'should be made criminal offence', demands ...
Airlines UK, which represents British Airways, EasyJet and Virgin Atlantic, said the law would help reduce the number of 'air rage' incidents at airports.
Drinking booze you have bought in duty free on your flight should be made ...  The Sun
'Criminalise drinking duty-free booze on jets'  Sky News
European banks recover some of their swagger after dismal fourth quarter
After a dismal fourth quarter, it seems that Europe's investment banks have got some of their swagger back. Sample the FT's top stories for a week.
Barclays boss fights for his job over whistleblower scandal as 5% share drop ...  This is Money
FTSE in biggest one-month fall since November
A man walks through the lobby of the London Stock Exchange in London, Britain August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett. By Kit Rees and Helen Reid | LONDON.
FTSE 100 finishes lower ahead of Bank Holiday weekend  Proactive Investors UK
Barclays weighs on FTSE 100 as Britain's economic growth slows to 0.3pc