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UK economic growth rate edges higher
The UK economy grew by 0.3% in the three months to June, driven in part by a booming film industry, said the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
UK GDP: economy grows by just 0.3% amid 'notable slowdown'  
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All sales of new petrol and diesel cars will cease in the UK by 2040, under plans to tackle air pollution. But with electric cars currently accounting for less than 1% of new sales, the switch will mean seismic changes, and gives rise to a host of ...
Chancellor Philip Hammond is a busy man. His lengthy to-do list includes cutting the deficit, fending off the spending demands of grasping Cabinet colleagues and avoiding a cliff-edge crash out of the EU.
An advert by a vegan campaign group claiming "Humane milk is a myth" has been cleared by regulators, despite complaints from the dairy industry.
The conviction of three men in London for conspiracy to defraud by selling horse mislabelled as beef marks the end of the UK police operation to identify the criminals in its jurisdiction behind the horsemeat scandal of 2013.
Mike Ashley, Sports Direct's chief executive, has won a �14m court battle with a former business associate after persuading a judge that a boozy conversation in a pub had not culminated in a legally binding promise to hand over millions of pounds.

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