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Deal struck over BHS pension scheme
Sir Philip Green has agreed a �363m cash settlement with the Pensions Regulator to plug the gap in the BHS pension scheme. Workers will get the same starting pension that they were originally promised under the agreement.
Sir Philip Green puts �363m into BHS pension fund  
Philip Green agrees to pay �363m into BHS pension fund  
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Customers who only buy landline services from BT are set to get at least �5 a month taken off their bills under plans set out by the telecoms regulator, Ofcom.
Sir Philip Green has agreed to contribute �363m into the BHS pension fund, in a bid to settle a long-running row over who is responsible for the collapsed retailer's retirement scheme.
British Land confirms that it and its joint venture partner, Oxford Properties, are in advanced discussions regarding the possible sale of their interests in the Leadenhall Building, known as The Cheesegrater.
The Bank of England's incoming deputy governor, Charlotte Hogg, has said that Brexit poses the “most significant challenge” to monetary policymakers, and warned that UK consumer spending could fall much more sharply than the BoE currently expects.
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