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Brexit: Boris Johnson says countries 'queuing up' for trade deals
Other countries are "queuing up" to sign trade deals with the UK once it leaves the EU, Boris Johnson has said. The foreign secretary also said the UK would not be "hauling up the drawbridge" despite new migration controls promised by Theresa May.
Dollar and sterling react to Trump and May  Financial Times
Theresa May puts immigration at heart of Brexit plan  Daily Mail
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Rolls-Royce apologises after �671m bribery settlement
British engineering giant Rolls-Royce will pay �671m to settle corruption cases with UK and US authorities. The UK's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) found conspiracy to corrupt or failure to prevent bribery by Rolls-Royce in China, India and other markets.
Rolls-Royce: questions remain despite �671m bribery settlement  The Guardian
Rolls-Royce may be grateful for latest instalment in bribery saga  Financial Times
Stocks cautious and gold firm as sterling hogs limelight
Currency market action grabbed the headlines as sterling enjoyed its best day against the dollar in years after Theresa May, UK prime minister, offered some much-needed clarity about the country's future relationship with the EU.
PRECIOUS-Trump comments on dollar strength prop gold to 8-week peak  Reuters UK
Gold, Gold Equities Posting Big Gains  TheStreet.com
Deliveroo to add 300 UK tech jobs in new London office
Deliveroo has said it will increase its staff by a third when it opens a new London head office later this year. The UK-based food delivery company is the latest tech firm to expand in the capital, planning to hire more than 300 "high-skilled, high ...
British food delivery company Deliveroo to hire 300 engineers in London  International Business Times UK
Deliveroo in jobs drive to expand tech team ahead of move to new London base  Belfast Telegraph
Spending on the NHS will need to double to �250bn a year
Taxes will have to rise by �30 billion a decade to keep pace with the costs of an ageing population, an official report warned yesterday.
Financial watchdog warns UK facing �30 billion bill every decade to pay for ...  Telegraph.co.uk
UK borrowing forecast to rise after next election  Financial Times
British American Tobacco in $US49.4bn deal to take over Reynolds
With smoking in mature markets in decline but volumes in many emerging markets on the rise, British American Tobacco's $US49.4 billion deal with America's second biggest cigarette maker suggests a company with money to burn.
BAT eyes resurgent US tobacco with Reynolds deal  Financial Times
Reynolds board accepts increased BAT offer of $49.4 billion  Winston-Salem Journal
Taxidermist sold pickled lizards and monkey heads on eBay
A taxidermist who sold pickled lizards and monkey heads on eBay has been jailed. Daniel Stocks, 42, was discovered when customs intercepted a preserved veiled chameleon from the US.
Man jailed in Exeter for selling monkey heads on eBay  STV News
Trader who sold pickled lizards, monkey heads and big cats online is jailed  Mirror.co.uk
Greggs upgrades profit forecast but warns of cost pressures
Bakery chain Greggs has upgraded its full-year profit forecast for 2016 as it reported total sales growth of 7 per cent, buoyed by its food-on-the-go strategy and its embrace of health eating alongside sausage rolls.
Greggs to extend healthy range as it raises profit predictions  ChronicleLive
Deliver-roll! Greggs starts delivery service to London bankers  The Guardian
Abellio sells part of Greater Anglia to Japanese firm
One of the largest conglomerates in Japan has agreed to buy a 40% stake in the company running East Anglia's passenger trains.
Abellio selling 40% of Greater Anglia rail franchise to Japanese firm Mitsui  Belfast Telegraph
Abellio to sell 40% stake in Greater Anglia to Mitsui  Railway Gazette International
Courgette prices rocket fourfold as cold snap leaves continental suppliers ...
The UK is in the grips of a courgette shortage that could last for months, thanks to bad weather on the continent. Tesco, Britain's biggest supermarket, has admitted it is experiencing 'availability issues' with courgettes across its stores.
Courgette crisis: how well do you know your seasonal fruit and veg?  Telegraph.co.uk
This is why you might not be able to buy courgettes, tomatoes, and peppers ...  WalesOnline