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Record fine puts BT's Openreach arm back in spotlight
Just weeks after securing the future of Openreach, BT has been hit by another problem at its infrastructure arm after the British telecoms watchdog levied a record �42m fine over a “serious breach” of rules governing its national broadband network ...
BT under new pressure on broadband service in wake of �42m fine  
BT hit with �42m fine and �300m compensation demand for Openreach breaches  
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An o il exploration firm has uncovered what it describes as the largest undeveloped discovery on the UK Continental Shelf. Hurricane Energy said one billion barrels of oil could be contained within the Halifax well in the Greater Lancaster Area (GLA ...
So secretive were Tesco and Booker during months of takeover talks that an analyst called their �3.7bn deal “one of the corporate surprises of the retail century so far”.
Theresa May hopes to deepen ties with Qatar after the oil-rich Gulf state announced it will invest �5 billion in the UK over the next few years.
The government has been forced to pay �100m of taxpayers' money to two US engineering companies after mishandling a �6.1bn contract to clean up 12 redundant UK nuclear power sites.
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