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Leading City firms begin to lay the groundwork for London jobs exodus
Workers are reflected in the windows of the Canary Wharf offices of JP Morgan in London. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters. Business. Leading City firms begin to lay the groundwork for London jobs exodus.
Lloyd's chairman expects other insurers to follow it to Brussels  
Lloyd's of London picks Brussels for EU subsidiary as Brexit gathers steam  
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Paula Nickolds, managing director of John Lewis: 'Customers are feeling a little less certain of their financial security.' Photograph: Greg Funnell/PA.
Religious and vegan groups had complained about the use of animal fat in making of the polymer fiver. Photograph: Graeme Robertson for the Guardian.
Charging coffee lovers for every disposable cup they use could cut the number thrown away in Britain by up to 300 million each year, new research suggests.
HSBC is to let customers choose more non-gender specific titles for their retail bank accounts. Instead of Mr, Mrs, Ms or the gender neutral Mx, customers can choose from nine titles including "M" and "Misc", the banking giant said.
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