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Amazon-backed electric vehicle maker Rivian in talks with ministers over UK factory
An electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer backed by Amazon and Ford is in talks with ministers about building a giant factory in the UK that could include a big state support package.
COVID-19: Employers told forcing staff to have vaccine could be criminal offence amid warning over 'no jab, no job' policies
British employers have been warned that forcing staff to have the coronavirus vaccination could amount to a criminal offence, amid concerns over "no jab, no job" policies emerging.
UK 'closing in on' striking free trade agreement with New Zealand, Liz Truss says
The UK is "closing in on" striking an agreement in principle with New Zealand, the international trade secretary has said.
Up to quarter of supermarket milk deliveries missed due to driver shortages, says dairy giant
Up to a quarter of supermarket milk deliveries by the UK's biggest dairy supplier have been unable to get through because of a shortage of lorry drivers.
British Airways owner IAG increases flight numbers to meet take-off in air travel demand as coronavirus rules eased
British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) is to increase flight numbers to meet the surge in demand for air travel as quarantine rules are eased.
NatWest restores shareholder payouts as profits bounce back, beating expectations
NatWest has restored shareholder dividends after swinging back into profit, significantly beating expectations.
COVID-19: Jabs for jobs is 'good idea' but down to individual businesses, says minister
It is a "good idea" for people to have two coronavirus vaccine doses before returning to work but the government will not make it the law, Grant Shapps has said.
Intertek: Profits soar but shares plunge in FTSE 100 firm - so what went wrong for the stock market darling?
Intertek is just the kind of business one would expect to see flourishing in the wake of COVID-19.
Monzo digital bank investigated by Financial Conduct Authority over money-laundering rules
A money-laundering investigation has been launched by the City watchdog into Monzo, a year after the British digital bank revealed concerns over its financial crime procedures.
Quartet of bidders in final stages of battle for £700m housebuilder Keepmoat
A quartet of blue-chip property investors, including the owner of Pinewood Studios, are vying to buy Keepmoat, the Yorkshire-based group which has become a national powerhouse in affordable homes construction.