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UK retail sales shrug off Brexit fears with February rise
UK retail sales were 1.4% up on January, the ONS said. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images. Retail industry. UK retail sales shrug off Brexit fears with February rise.
Quarterly retail sales show biggest drop since 2010  Belfast Telegraph
Higher fuel prices take toll on retail sales  BBC News
Financial Times  
Next annual profits show first fall for eight years
High street giant Next has revealed its first fall in annual profits for eight years as it was hit by sliding sales and warned that 2017 is set to be "another tough year".
Next says the outlook is grim but the City is right not to buy it  The Independent
Next's profit drops for first time in 8 years  Financial Times
Cridland proposes mid-life MOT connected to advice
John Cridland has proposed a radical 'mid-life MOT' which connects people with IFAs as part of his review of the state pension released this morning.
Will you have to wait until 68 to retire? Or until you're 70? What state ...  This is Money
State pension age could be raised to 70, says report  BBC News
Future at risk for shoe shops Brantano and Jones the Bootmaker in Devon
Jobs are at risk in Devon after shoe retailer Brantano collapsed into administration and sister company Jones the Bootmaker is also at risk.
Job fears as Brantano enters administration  Gloucestershire Live
Over 1000 jobs at risk as shoe retailer Brantano collapses into administration  International Business Times UK
The ECB risks wrong turnings as it exits emergency measures
Pressing on the accelerator and brakes at the same time is not a good way to drive a car. Nor is it a good way to conduct monetary policy.
Global stocks, sterling hold steady after London attack  Reuters UK
How the courts gave us EU citizenship, and how Britons can keep it after Brexit  The Conversation UK
Average house prices revealed, as quarter of young Brits rely on inheritance ...
A QUARTER of young adults in Britain admit that they are relying on an inheritance to get on the property ladder, as house prices in the UK continue to soar.
For one person in four, someone's death is the only way to buy a home
One in four waiting for an inheritance before they can buy a house  Yorkshire Post
GVC raises dividend after Bwin takeover
GVC has raised its annual dividend and said it was reaping the benefits of its �1.1bn acquisition of rival Bwin, even as the online gaming group incurs significant costs from the transaction.
More Gaming Industry Deals on the Cards as GVC Eyes Takeovers  Bloomberg
GVC to pay above-forecast second special dividend with underlying trading strong  Proactive Investors UK
Beer from the world's 2nd largest brewer will not be sold in Tesco after a ...
corona beer lime Corona is one of the brands that will be pulled from Tesco's shelves. Scott Olson / Getty. LONDON - Britain's largest supermarket, Tesco, has halted sales of a selection of beers from the world's second largest brewing group, Heineken ...
Tesco pulls Sol, Amstel and Tiger from shelves in Brexit price row  The Guardian
Breakfast briefing: Retail news on Tourist spending and Tesco  Retail Week
Next pays penalty for chasing fast fashion as profits tumble
Next today admitted it had taken its eye off the ball in a push to get trendier clothing into stores more quickly, triggering its first annual profit fall since 2009.
Next - Conditions remain challenging  Hargreaves Lansdown
Tough times ahead for Leicestershire clothing giant Next with in-store sales ...  Leicester Mercury
Private plane flipped upside down and fell 10000ft after being caught in wake ...
A private plane flipped upside down and plunged 10,000ft after getting caught in the wake turbulence of an Emirates A380, it has been revealed.
Small plane nearly crashes as it flies below Emirates A380  Khaleej Times
Probe begins as small plane nearly crashed into Emirates' superjumbo  Zawya