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Whitbread hires banker Brittain
ALISON BRITTAIN has been appointed to succeed Andy Harrison as chief executive of the FTSE 100 leisure giant Whitbread, which owns Costa Coffee shops and Premier Inn hotels.
Alison Brittain becomes just sixth female FTSE 100 boss – and that's a record  
Whitbread to go for female chief executive  
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Chancellor George Osborne yesterday received a boost ahead of his emergency summer budget as official figures showed a better-than-expected improvement in the UK's public finances.
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The Bank of England revealed that it was researching the economic risks of Britain leaving the European Union, after details were accidentally emailed to an editor at The Guardian newspaper.
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