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GBP/AUD 1.6192 -0.0061 (-0.37%)
UK public finances notch up first July surplus since 2002
Public sector net borrowing in July (excluding nationalised banks) was in surplus by �184m. City experts had expected a �1bn deficit.
UK records first July surplus since 2002 thanks to bumper tax receipts  
Government posts shock budget surplus for July  
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Provident Financial has issued its second profit warning in two months. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA. Provident Financial. Doorstep lender Provident's chief quits after profit warning.
Dominic Chappell, a former bankrupt who bought the BHS retail chain for �1, is being prosecuted by the Pensions Regulator for failing to hand over information relating to the failed high street group's retirement fund.
LONDON (Reuters) - Discounter Lidl [LIDUK.UL] has leapfrogged upmarket Waitrose [JLP.UL] in Britain's competitive food retail market, industry data showed on Tuesday, a sign that cash-strapped shoppers are still having to count their pennies.
White mess … a closeup of Asda's misspelled bag for life. Photograph: Isle of Wight Radio/PA. UK news. Asda bins 10,000 bags for life after 'Isle of White' spelling error.
Ford is the latest car company to launch an incentive for UK consumers to trade in cars over seven years old, by offering �2,000 off some new models.

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