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British Steel draws up plan for 800 job losses amid government funding talks
Britain's second-biggest steel producer has been drawing up secret plans to axe hundreds of jobs even as it continues talks with ministers about £300m of taxpayer funding that would partly depend on decade-long employment guarantees.
House prices continue fall but saving for a deposit remains difficult
House prices have declined for the fifth month in a row, falling 0.6% in January, according to one of the UK's biggest mortgage lenders.
UK inflation: Shop prices yet to hit their peak - despite record highs seen in January
Shop prices have yet to reach their peak - despite record highs seen in January, it has been warned.
Treasury reveals proposals to regulate cryptocurrency
The Treasury has revealed proposals to regulate cryptocurrency, following widespread calls for action after the spectacular collapse of one of the world's largest trading exchanges.
Tory MPs challenge chancellor Jeremy Hunt on tax cuts and fuel duty
Jeremy Hunt has faced a twin assault on tax cuts and fuel duty from Tory MPs ahead of his Budget in six weeks' time.
Cash deposit platform Flagstone in talks about new funding round
One of Britain's fastest-growing cash deposit platforms is in talks with investors about a sizeable new funding round.
Business failures hit highest level since 2009 after end of pandemic support
Corporate insolvencies have reached their highest level since the aftermath of the great financial crisis, official figures show.
Paperchase enters administration with all jobs likely to be lost as Tesco buys brand and intellectual property
High street stationery brand Paperchase has officially entered administration with no buyers interested in acquiring the company's brick and mortar shops and physical assets.
Tesco management shake-up and hot counter closures leaves 2,100 roles at risk
Tesco has announced a plan to shake-up management and close hot counters and delis which will impact approximately 2,100 jobs.
Mortgage approvals at lowest level since early months of pandemic
The number of new mortgages approved has dropped for the fourth month in a row, to a low not seen since the early days of the pandemic.