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The government is to pay Eurotunnel up to £33m over its bungled no-deal Brexit ferry contracts.
High-end fashion chain LK Bennett has lined up an administrator for the business as it desperately seeks funding to stay afloat, with EY preparing to oversee the insolvency if no new investment can be found.
The mutual and cooperative insurance market has been the fastest-growing part of the global industry since the financial crisis, new research has uncovered.
Job losses in Britain’s manufacturing sector hit a six-year high in February, as Brexit uncertainty left the industry’s optimism at a record low, according to a closely followed metric.
The Financial Conduct Authority has published a policy statement outlining near-final rules and guidance that will apply in case of a no deal Brexit.