LONDON, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Britain's economy accelerated at the end of 2016 but growth for the whole year was weaker than previously thought and there are signs of weakness ahead, data showed, suggesting the Brexit vote will start to take its toll in 2017.
The company had initially resolved to "fight back" against the bottle and can recycling scheme, now being considered in Scotland.
Barratt Developments pushed up profits by almost 9 per cent in the first half despite building fewer homes than a year earlier. Sample the FT's top stories for a week.
HSBC also warned that growth was under threat from Brexit and Donald Trump's presidency. Picture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire. Martin Flanagan · Email.
More than 100,000 workers are not being automatically placed into a pension because they are juggling multiple jobs - and women are particularly likely to be missing out - according to Citizens Advice.