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Marmite maker Unilever cutting 1,500 jobs as part of massive shake-up
Consumer goods giant Unilever has confirmed plans to cut 1,500 jobs under a shake-up of its global operations.
Surging inflation pushes cost of servicing govt debt to December record of £8.1bn
Interest payments on government debt hit a record £8.1bn for the month of December because of surging inflation, according to official figures.
Royal Mail to cut 700 jobs after Christmas deliveries hit by Omicron disruption
Royal Mail has announced plans to cut 700 managerial jobs in a bid to cut costs after a tough Christmas season disrupted by the Omicron variant.
Consumer complaints about business reach record high in UK due to COVID shortages
Britons complained more about their treatment at the hands of businesses last year than any other on record, according to a long-running consumer survey.
FTSE 100 slumps and gas prices surge as Russia crisis adds to cocktail of anxieties for markets
The FTSE 100 has seen £53bn wiped off its value amid a global markets sell-off as tensions between Russia and Ukraine add to a cocktail of investor worries.
Russia-Ukraine tensions: How the Nord Stream 2 pipeline has been controversial from the start
Nord Stream 2 is a new gas pipeline which runs from Russia to Europe - but concerns about energy supplies are escalating amid Russian tensions with Ukraine.
Warning over electricity blackouts for Europe if temperatures fall
Analysts have warned of the risk of electricity blackouts in Europe if average temperatures fall.
COVID-19 tests for fully vaccinated travellers arriving in England to be scrapped from 11 February
COVID tests for fully vaccinated travellers arriving in England are being scrapped from 4am on 11 February, Grant Shapps has confirmed.
Treasury minister Lord Agnew resigns over government's 'lamentable' record on tackling COVID business loan fraud
A minister has resigned at the despatch box after criticising the government's record on tackling fraud in the coronavirus business schemes.
Omicron variant and rising prices combine to cool activity in UK services sector
Business output took a hit this month from rising prices and restrictions to curb the spread of the Omicron COVID variant, according to a closely watched survey.