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BHS to launch online a month after last store closed
Left to right: Sara Bradley, buying director, David Anderson, managing director and Dave West, head of creative, remain from the former business.
BHS aims to buck history with relaunch of website  
BHS to relaunch in the UK online  
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You may already own one of the new polymer �5 notes that the Bank of England started circulating on September 13. The new polymer notes are intended to be more robust, and more difficult for forgers to copy.
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Over a quarter of households face unexpected energy bill shocks by not supplying regular meter readings. 11:00 Sunday 25 September 2016.
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