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The conviction of three men in London for conspiracy to defraud by selling horse mislabelled as beef marks the end of the UK police operation to identify the criminals in its jurisdiction behind the horsemeat scandal of 2013.
UK economic growth edged slightly higher in the three months to June, as a stronger service sector offset weaker manufacturing and construction.
Lloyds will reimburse 600,000 customers almost �300m for mortgage arrears errors over a seven-year period, Sky News learns. 18:45, UK, Wednesday 26 July 2017.
The European Commission has accepted a UK government plan to free Royal Bank of Scotland from an obligation to sell its Williams & Glyn division.
Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley was sued by investment banker Jeffrey Blue over an alleged �15m deal done in a pub. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA.

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