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Ministers warned over changing pensions law to save tata uk steel business
Ministers have been warned not to rush into far-reaching changes to pensions law in an attempt to save the Indian conglomerate Tata's UK steel-making assets.
Tata to consider bids for UK steel business but process ongoing  
Pension benefits may be cut in bid to solve Tata Steel crisis  
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Concerns over the European referendum and slowing global growth have dealt a blow to optimism in the services sector, according to a report.
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Easy, Tiger. Steve Rowe, new boss of Marks and Spencer, wants to “cherish” the core customer he refers to as “Mrs M&S”.
A pair of BHS suppliers have toppled into administration, resulting in 350 job losses, as the pain caused from the collapse of the retailer spreads through the sector.
The chancellor, George Osborne, uses a cash machine at a branch of Lloyds bank in central London. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images. Jill Treanor.

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