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William Hill faces takeover bid from 888 and Rank tie-up
William Hill is expected to receive a takeover offer from rival gambling firms 888 and Rank Group after they joined forces to make a possible bid.
Rank and 888 team up in potential bid for William Hill  
888 and Rank Group join forces to bid for William Hill  
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Chancellor Philip Hammond has begun discussions with China on an ambitious free trade deal which could see greater access for major Chinese banks and businesses to the UK economy.
Since SoftBank announced its �24bn bid for Arm Holdings last week, much of the talk has been about how the UK is too willing to sell its few world-class businesses.
MPs from across the political divide have demanded an "urgent" decision on whether to expand Heathrow or Gatwick airport.
Embargoed to 0001 Sunday January 22 File photo dated 08/04/11 of The Gherkin with Canary Wharf in the distance, seen from the roof of Tower 42 in the City of London as profit warnings by struggling listed companies saw their biggest quarterly rise for ...
LONDON, July 22 (Reuters) - Spain, Germany and Italy helped Vodafone to produce stronger than expected first-quarter sales growth despite a drag from European Union roaming charge cuts and a weak home market.

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