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More than 3m women to benefit from Osborne's national living wage
Critics say George Osborne's pay hike will be outweighed by cuts to tax. Photograph: Hannah McKay/PA. Heather Stewart. Wednesday 2 September 2015 19.00 EDT Last modified on Wednesday 2 September 2015 19.03 EDT.
Women workers 'national living wage winners'  
Yorkshire workers set for �700 plus pay rise  
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Rupert Murdoch said his main priority during the phone-hacking scandal was his CEO, Rebekah Brooks. Photograph: Olivia Harris/Reuters.
Natalie Massenet, founder and executive chairman of Net-a-Porter, has resigned from the company, according to a statement from the UK luxury retail site's merger partner Yoox.
... * Expected to cut inflation forecasts. * Will hold back on policy action. * ECB may raise prospect to more QE. By Balazs Koranyi.
Britain's construction industry expanded at a healthy pace in August, according to the key survey of the sector, boosting hopes that economic growth remained resilient into the third quarter.
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