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Energy regulator Ofgem will investigate British Gas following allegations that the company encouraged its sales staff to sell high-priced tariffs to boost their salaries.
Mulberry has admitted the failure of its market repositioning towards the �ber-wealthy as it issued another profit alert and said earnings would be hit for some time as it made its goods affordable again.
CO-OPERATIVE Group has reported a �2.5 billion loss after what it described as the worst 12 months in its 150-year history. CO-OPERATIVE Group has reported a �2.5 billion loss after what it described as the worst 12 months in its 150-year history.
Savings rates may have been terrible in recent years, but the rush by the banks to offer current accounts paying top rates of interest means it is now possible to get a highly attractive 3.38% return on up to �74,000 of savings - if you play the system.
Last week it was Women Who Eat on Tubes. Today the culinary Facebook group everybody seems to be talking about is Overheard in Waitrose, which imagines conversations caught in the aisles of David Cameron's favourite supermarket.

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