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Lloyds bank boss at centre of affair claims tells staff 'we all make mistakes'
'I don't expect anyone to get everything right all the time. The important point being how we learn from those mistakes and the decisions and actions we take afterward,' Antonio Horta-Osorio.
Lloyd's CEO Antonio Horta-Osorio: Why bank boss will survive extramarital ...  
Lloyds boss to apologise to his 75k staff after 'having an affair on a ...  
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There was a slowdown in people investing in bricks and mortar last month, with mortgages approvals 19% lower than in July 2015. Photograph: David Davies/PA.
Heavyweight miners drag down top flight shares after Glencore profits decline as it pursues its turnaround plan. Roger Baird. By Roger Baird.
WPP shares jumped more than 5 per cent to a record high after the world's biggest advertising group reported strong growth in the first half of 2016 and shrugged off the effects of a vote to leave Europe in its home market in the UK.
LONDON, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Oil refiners reeling from tumbling profits can expect some reprieve in the coming weeks as lower production will tame a huge global excess of gasoline and diesel.
It is not clear whether the open day will include a tour of the Shirebrook warehouse, the subject of a Guardian investigation. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA.

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