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UK set to phase out Huawei from 5G network in major U-turn - reports
The UK is poised to end the use of Huawei technology in its 5G network as soon as this year over security concerns, according to reports.
Coronavirus: New European publisher Archant hunts new owners
One of Britain's oldest regional newspaper groups has put itself up for sale as it races to find new investors willing to plug a funding deficit exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic’s disastrous impact on industry-wide advertising revenues.
Coronavirus: Full list of countries exempt from COVID-19 travel quarantine revealed
A full list of the countries exempt from England's coronavirus travel quarantine has been released by the government.
Coronavirus slump in business activity levels off but jobs in 'steep decline'
A closely-watched gauge of business activity has pointed to a levelling off following the coronavirus slump but a continuing surge in unemployment.
Coronavirus: This adorable TV moment reveals a very real problem faced by parents (and not just the issue of biscuit negotiation)
Deborah Haynes has travelled to war zones and interviewed prime ministers, but this week Sky's foreign affairs editor also gave us a glimpse into the juggle faced by many working parents during lockdown.
Brexit-backing home shopping tycoon Mills plots JML sale
The home shopping tycoon who was among the most prominent business backers of Britain's departure from the EU has put his company up for sale just months before the end of the Brexit transition period.
Coronavirus: Pubs can open at 6am today as lockdown measures are relaxed
Pubs in England will be allowed to open from 6am today as punters prepare to order their first pint in more than three months.
Coronavirus: Elon Musk's Tesla denies firing employees who stayed home during lockdown
Tesla has denied firing employees who chose to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic, contrary to media reports.
Intu chief Roberts steps down a week after shopping centre group’'s collapse
The chief executive of Intu Properties, Britain's biggest shopping centre owner, has left the company a week after it crashed into insolvency proceedings.
BT and Burberry win over sceptics in move to scrap LTIP schemes
Two of Britain’s biggest blue-chip companies are on course to win shareholder approval next week for revamped executive pay schemes that could help to defuse renewed tensions over boardroom incentives.