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Surveys for business lobby group the CBI suggest that manufacturing, retail and services growth slowed in the second quarter of the year.
Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, speaks during the bank's Financial Stability Report news conference at the Bank of England in London, Britain July 1, 2015.
EE, the mobile operator being taken over by BT, has received one of the largest fines ever issued by the telecoms regulator over the way it handled customer complaints for nearly three years.
The very first meeting between a Northern Ireland Minister and his Irish counterpart in Dublin to discuss the banking crisis set the scene for how the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) would ultimately play out for the North.
SOLAR power yesterday supplied 16 per cent of the UK's electricity as the country basked in sunshine, according to industry estimates.

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