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MPs call for an end to the "dominance" of the big housebuilders
I report on retail and property for City A.M. I have covered the investigation i [..] Show more. Follow Helen. UK's Biggest Housebuilder Postpones Start On New Homes As Sales Slump.
MPs call for end to dominance of large housebuilders  Building.co.uk
MPs say 'dominance' of big home-building firms must end  BBC News
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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.
Marchers use Trump's 100th day to protest climate policies  WJLA
A reality check for Trump on economy  New Zealand Herald
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.
London mayor pulls plug on Garden Bridge  Dezeen
Garden Bridge: London mayor Sadiq Khan withdraws support  BBC News
Supermarkets urged to sell 'wonky veg' as standard to cut food waste
Supermarkets should sell “wonky veg” as part of their main fruit and vegetable lines to help cut food waste, MPs have urged. Knobbly carrots and parsnips do not taste or cook any differently from other vegetables and should be saved from supermarket ...
Shops urged to help cut �10bn food waste cost  The Guardian
The end of perfect fruit and veg? MPs tell supermarkets to sell "wonky ...  Telegraph.co.uk
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
Just a week left to spend your old paper five pound notes
If you have any of the old five pound notes - under the mattress, perhaps, or down the back of the sofa - then spend them quickly.
You have just a week left to spend your Elizabeth Fry �5 notes  Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
Still got a paper fiver in your wallet? Well you should spend it now!  The Guardian
Theresa May vows to protect pensions from 'irresponsible bosses'
Theresa May has revealed plans to stop "irresponsible bosses" bringing about a repeat of the BHS scandal which saw retail tycoon Sir Philip Green branded the "unacceptable face of capitalism".
Theresa May promises tough new laws if she wins election  Daily Mail
Philip Green 'rubs salt in wounds' of former BHS staff as ...  Mirror.co.uk
United Blunder Prompts Airlines to Throw Cash at Their Problems
United reached a settlement with a passenger who was dragged off a plane and bloodied. It also said it would pay as much as $10,000 to passengers who agree to give up their spots, following a similar move by Delta.
Quit Hating On United Airlines  Fortune
Are Airline CEOs Finally Getting The Message A Big Change Is Needed?  Forbes
Barclays boss fights for his job over whistleblower scandal as 5% share drop ...
Almost �2billion was wiped off Barclays shares as chief executive Jes Staley fought to keep his job over a whistleblower scandal.
Barclays chief admits he 'made a mistake' over whistleblowing case  The Guardian
Barclays: suspendered sentence  Financial Times
Inflation surge to keep pressure on ECB to cut stimulus
Brussels/Frankfurt: Inflation surged and growth continued to accelerate in the euro zone, a plethora of indicators showed on Friday, keeping pressure on the European Central Bank (ECB) to start dialling back its lavish stimulus measures as early as June.
Euro Area's Inflation Surge Won't Help Draghi Hold the ECB Line  Bloomberg
Jump in eurozone inflation adds to calls to end monetary easing  Financial Times