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Coronavirus curfew: PM to address UK tonight about new measures to tackle dramatic surge in COVID cases
Pubs, bars and restaurants throughout England will be forced to close at 10pm from Thursday, Boris Johnson will announce in a new coronavirus crackdown.
Coronavirus: Second wave jitters fuel £52bn sell-off for FTSE 100
The FTSE 100 has seen £52bn wiped off its value in a single day as markets plunged on fears of tougher coronavirus restrictions.
Microsoft snaps up Fallout and Elder Scrolls creator for $7.5bn
Microsoft has agreed to buy the company behind hit games such as Fallout, Doom and The Elder Scrolls in a $7.5bn (£5.8bn) deal.
World's biggest banks 'allowed criminals to launder dirty money', leaked documents allege
UK bank shares have taken a hit after some of the world's largest lenders were accused of allowing criminals to launder dirty money.
Coronavirus: More than £215m of furlough money returned to government
More than £215m in furlough payments have been returned to the government by employers.
G4S suitor seeks talks with Sharma over 'long-term' UK pledges
The Canadian security group which is mounting a hostile takeover bid for G4S, its larger UK rival, has asked for a meeting with ministers as it seeks to convince the government of its "long-term" commitment to the UK.
Coronavirus: Labour accuses government of 'financial mismanagement' during pandemic
Labour has launched an attack on the government's "financial mismanagement" during the coronavirus pandemic, accusing the Conservatives of wasting billions of pounds of public money.
Coronavirus: Franchising 'ended' as government seeks new rail future
The Department for Transport (DfT) says rail franchising has been "ended" as it seeks a new model for the rail network in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus: Pandemic pushes price tags on larger homes 'to record high'
Asking prices for three and four-bedroom homes have hit record highs as buyers battle for more space during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a property website.
IPL: British businessmen take shot at Rajasthan Royals franchise
A string of prominent executives are investing millions of pounds in an Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket franchise, underlining the burgeoning commercial appeal of the country’s fast-expanding middle classes.