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PM calls for crackdown on irresponsible bosses over pensions
Theresa May has unveiled a plan to crack down on "irresponsible bosses" who fail to protect workers' pensions from a repeat of the BHS scandal.
May vows to protect pensions from 'unscrupulous bosses'  BBC News
Theresa May promises tough new laws if she wins election  Daily Mail
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What would happen to your state pension if the 'triple lock' was scrapped?
Over 10 million people could find their spending power in retirement at risk if - as has been mooted by some - the Government drops the key “triple‑lock” policy applying to the state pension.
Poorest face 'double whammy' if Tories ditch triple lock on pensions  The Guardian
Triple-lock: Call for pensions policy to be revamped  BBC News
Household food waste level 'unacceptable'
The level of household food waste in England is "unacceptable" and householders have a key role to play in reducing it, MPs have said.
Supermarkets 'should sell wonky veg to help cut food waste'  Belfast Telegraph
More wonky veg should be sold to cut food waste  Eagle Radio
The Brexit effect: 8 ways Article 50 might affect your summer holiday
Summer's definitely on the way but, while the skies are brightening, could there be dark clouds on the horizon for your summer holiday?
Good and bad news from an economy in uncharted territory  The Guardian
Sunday Papers: M&S and Ocado plot food delivery shake-up
And EU threatens Theresa May on trade talks and its citizens' rights as European leaders take hard line on Brexit. Markets. Other markets.
M&S and Ocado plot food delivery shake-up
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
MPs say 'dominance' of big home-building firms must end  BBC News
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
A reality check for Trump on economy
The US economy expanded in the first quarter at its slowest pace in three years. Photo / AP. President Donald Trump came into office promising to make the economy grow at rates the United States hasn't seen for decades.
US economy expanded at weakest pace in 3 years in first quarter of 2017  CTV News
Trump's first 100 days: The economy  The Independent
When do old five pound notes go out of circulation?
You might have an old five pound note stuffed down the side of a sofa or hidden in a money box you forgot all about. But wherever they are, you will have to spend them quickly.
When do the old �5 notes stop being legal tender?  Gloucestershire Live
There is just a week left to spend or bank your old paper fivers  Belfast Telegraph
Quit Hating On United Airlines
It has been a rough few weeks for United Airlines, as the company probably wishes nothing more than to erase its recent mishaps, including the latest one involving questions over the death of a giant rabbit aboard one of their flights.
Are Airline CEOs Finally Getting The Message A Big Change Is Needed?  Forbes
United blunder prompts US airlines to throw cash at their problems  Gulf Times