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Call for extra bank holiday to be made permanent

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Nissan signals the end of the road for Datsun cars

Price rises trigger shift from saving to borrowing

Isles of Scilly's last remaining bank closes

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Live music revenue fell again in 2021, despite gigs returning

Airlines should be fined for refund delays, MPs say

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Post Office scandal victims still waiting for compensation

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Carlos Ghosn: Ex-Nissan boss says he wants a trial

Supermarkets set limits on sale of cooking oil

Pension fraudsters jailed after £13m scam

Retail sales fall as rising cost of living bites

Ukraine War: Country needs $7bn in aid a month, Zelensky says

Have we seen peak Netflix?

Why Argentina is embracing cryptocurrency

Whisky and visas could be part of a UK-India trade deal

Work from home to beat Putin, says EU

$50bn wiped off Netflix’s value as subscribers quit

KitKat maker Nestle warns of further price rises

Ukraine war: World Bank warns of 'human catastrophe' food crisis

Women wear less make-up since the pandemic

Tesla profits soar as customers pay more

Germany to stop Russian oil imports by end of this year

Russian oligarch lambasts country's 'massacre'

Rail worker strike would be 'biggest' in history, says RMT

'Catastrophic winter' warning without help on energy bills

Self driving car guidance to be put in Highway Code

Netflix loses subscribers for first time in more than 10 years

Fake reviews to be illegal under new rules

UK set for slowest growth in G7 as Ukraine war hits global economy

Boss of failed energy firm Bulb defends £250,000 salary

Fridge-freezer prices up by 30%, says retail boss

Jacob Rees-Mogg calls for civil servants to return to the office

US judge throws out Biden mask mandate for planes and trains

Calls grow for free or low-cost Covid tests to keep staff safe

Rail ticket sale launched as travel costs criticised

Apple staff make bid for first union at a US store

Wales' hospitality businesses struggle to recruit staff

Households cancel streaming services to cut costs, report says

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