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Tata Steel may still hold on to its UK steelworks and their proposed sale may be put off after a personal intervention by Prime Minister David Cameron who is keen on averting the collapse of Britain's steel industry ahead of the EU referendum, a media ...
A family of wealthy property investors is to face questions from MPs over a �35m advance that played a crucial role in the sale of BHS to former bankrupt Dominic Chappell, little more than a year before the high street chain collapsed last month.
Sandbanks has been named Britain's most expensive seaside town, with the average price of a home there nearly �665,000. Salcombe in Devon, where the average home is worth �539,950, was in second place behind Sandbanks, where the typical property ...
The new �5 note featuring Sir Winston Churchill is going to be revealed by the Bank of England on Thursday at Blenheim Palace - the birthplace of the former British Prime Minister.

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