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Sports Direct could face tribunals over job losses in "dodgy" USC collapse
Sports Direct is facing yet more fallout from its handling of its fashion chain USC's collapse, after it was alleged that it ignored attempts to consult with staff who were made redundant as it entered administration.
Tribunal threat to Sports Direct over 'dodgy' USC redundancies  
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The Co-operative Bank has shrunk its losses and built its financial strength, offering hope for a bank that almost collapsed two years ago.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Friday that the UK central bank's next move is going to be an increase in rates, dismissing claims that there will be a cut, even though there is record low inflation.
The Greek government has handed its international creditors a list of reform measures in a bid to finally release the vital bail-out funds it needs to avoid going bankrupt.
Dozens of MPs are claiming taxpayer-funded expenses to rent homes or stay in hotel rooms in London while letting out property they own nearby, it emerged last night.
Janet L Yellen, the Federal Reserve chairwoman, said on Friday that the Fed planned to raise interest rates more slowly than in past recoveries because of the unusually fragile condition of the American economy.

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