The controversial tie-up is facing scrutiny by regulator Ofgem but Age UK tells Sky News: "We have done absolutely nothing wrong".
Port of Dover. Shortfall between exports and imports widened from �8.6bn in the third quarter to �10.4bn. Photograph: Graham Mitchell / Barcroft Media.
NEW YORK Stock indexes worldwide tumbled for the third straight session on Tuesday on fears of slowing global growth, with particular concern around the health of the banking sector, while benchmark U.S.
The UK financial regulator has fined the boss of the so-called London Whale at JPMorgan Chase nearly �800,000 over the $6bn mismarking episode, but Achilles Macris is continuing to press another part of his legal battle against the watchdog.
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