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Scotch whisky industry toasts Biden as US suspends trade tariffs
The Scotch whisky industry has welcomed a deal between the UK and US governments that has seen damaging tariffs, imposed by the Trump administration in 2019, suspended for four months.
Budget 2021: Chancellor accused of 'not levelling with people' over plans
Rishi Sunak "isn't really levelling with people" about painful cuts that will be needed to repair the public finances, according to budget analysis by a respected economic think-tank.
COVID-19: 'Light at the end of the tunnel' as pubs and bars announce outdoor area reopening plans
Wetherspoons will open patios, beer gardens and rooftop gardens at 394 of its pubs in England from 12 April as COVID-19 restrictions ease, the pub chain has announced.
Budget 2021: Rishi Sunak defends tax threshold freeze as 'a fair way to help solve the problems that we need to'
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has defended his tax changes in yesterday's budget as "a fair way to help solve the problems that we need to".
Apple's App Store investigated by UK competition watchdog
Apple's App Store is being investigated by the UK competition watchdog over concerns about possible unfair practices that could ultimately mean consumers are paying higher prices.
COVID-19: Test and Trace barely used check-in data from pubs and restaurants - with thousands not warned of infection risk
Data from hundreds of millions of check-ins by people who visited pubs, restaurants and hairdressers before lockdown was barely used by Test and Trace, according to a confidential report obtained by Sky News.
Amazon Fresh: What it feels like to walk out of online retail giant's first till-less UK store 'without paying'
This must be what it feels like to go shoplifting, I thought, as I walked out of Amazon's new till-less shop in London.
Co-op Group faces crunch board meeting over £80m state funding repayment
The Co-op Group, Britain's biggest mutual, is to hold a crunch board meeting next week amid pressure to follow rival supermarkets' example and repay £80m of state funding handed to it during the pandemic.
Deliveroo: Chancellor Rishi Sunak hails 'British tech success' as food delivery firm confirms London IPO pick
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has welcomed confirmation by Deliveroo that its highly-anticipated potential stock market float will take place in London.
Amazon opens till-free grocery store in London - the online retailer's first physical store outside the US
Amazon will open its first physical store outside the US today - but the shopping experience will be a bit different.
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