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Pension benefits may be cut in bid to solve Tata Steel crisis
The government is considering cuts to British Steel pension benefits in a bid to save Tata Steel's UK operations. Unions are likely to support the proposals, on which ministers are expected to announce a consultation on Thursday, the BBC has learned.
Fear of steel sector's 'death by 1000 cuts' as Tata silent on sale process  
UK Government considering pensions law changes in bid to save Tata Steel sale  
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The head of Coca-Cola in the UK has launched a withering attack on George Osborne's sugar tax, saying it will not work and will hit the poorest members of society hardest.
Thomas Cook cabin crew voted in favour of a strike in a row over health and safety, the Unite union has said. About half of union members voted, with 74% of those backing industrial action in the dispute over rest breaks.
Marks & Spencer's new CEO Steve Rowe today claimed retail is “a very simple business” as he unveiled plans to revitalise its ailing clothing arm.
A pair of BHS suppliers have toppled into administration, resulting in 350 job losses, as the pain caused from the collapse of the retailer spreads through the sector.
The chancellor, George Osborne, uses a cash machine at a branch of Lloyds bank in central London. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images. Jill Treanor.

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