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GBP/USD 1.4620 +0.0141 (0.97%)
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BHS collapse: former Mothercare and Burton chief leads rescue bid
A former managing director of Mothercare and Burton is leading a bid for BHS backed by a wealthy Portuguese family, which has emerged as the frontrunner to rescue the department store chain.
Portuguese suitor makes last-minute bid for BHS  
Former Mothercare managing director joins BHS bidding  
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Interest rates may have to rise in the face of a slowing economy if Britain votes to leave the EU, according to the Governor of the Bank of England.
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More than three million people may have paid the wrong tax after chaos at HM Revenue and Customs left callers waiting for over an hour to speak to staff last year.
Retail businesses are planning to cut jobs and investment as fears about the state of the global economy. Photograph: Finbarr O'Reilly/Reuters.
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