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BT and Vodafone to lobby PM in support of Huawei
Britain's two biggest telecoms companies are preparing to lobby Boris Johnson in support of Huawei's involvement in the UK's 5G communications network.
Christmas shopping disappoints as sales fall for record fifth month
Retail sales fell for a record fifth month in a row in December, as shoppers continued to be cautious in the run-up to Christmas.
Flybe lifts lid on taxman's aid as rivals continue to cry foul
Struggling airline Flybe has attempted to explain the help it is getting from the taxman - as the government comes under more pressure over the deal it struck to keep the company going.
Travelex: First UK systems restored after cyber attackers demanded ransom
Travelex, the foreign exchange operator held hostage by cyber attackers since New Year's Eve, has said a phased restoration of its global systems is finally underway.
Data watchdog slammed for lack of action against Google on UK's 'largest ever data breach'
Britain's data watchdog has been criticised for failing to punish companies involved in what has been described as the UK's largest recorded data breach.
China economic growth hits lowest level for three decades
China has reported its weakest economic growth for almost three decades as it battles a series of challenges including its trade war with the United States.
Anti-HS2 protesters camp in trees to halt railway construction
Anti-HS2 protesters have tried to block the railway's construction by attaching themselves to trees on the planned route.
Apple may be forced by EU to replace iPhone charger with Android equivalent
The European Parliament is calling for common chargers to be introduced that would fit all mobile phones and tablets.
Brexit will not affect your summer holiday to the EU, Britons told
The travel industry is trying to reassure tourists that their summer holidays won't be affected by the UK's departure from the European Union.
Twitter boss Dorsey asks Elon Musk for 'feedback' on improving the service
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey has asked one of the platform's most famous and controversial users, Elon Musk, how the service could be improved.