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1. BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen probed by European Commission over emissions collusion allegations15:26[−]
Probe will look at whether firms discussed limiting the development of technology to cut harmful emissions

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2. BMW to shut UK plant for at least a month on day of Brexit15:21[−]
The car maker wants to minimise the potential disruption a no-deal Brexit would create

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3. Government report could end low skilled migration if accepted, so it's robots or bust for some employers15:06[−]
The Migration Advisory Committee argues for an end to the cap on skilled migrants from outside the EU post Brexit, but many employers of low skilled labour are finding it very hard to find staff

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4. Brexit plan to bring in more non-EU workers could lead to 'sharp rise' in exploitation, warns charity14:55[−]
Thousands of foreign workers could be at risk of modern slavery in UK as reliance on employer for visas means anyone attempting to escape exploitation could face deportation, campaigners say

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5. Immigration has made the UK more productive and prosperous - and will again in the future14:25[−]
Over the past eight years, immigration policy has been based not on analysis and evidence but on unpleasant and damaging nativism. The Migration Advisory Committee report provides an opportunity to reverse that

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6. Immigration has made the UK more productive and prosperous - and will again in the future14:11[−]
Over the past eight years, immigration policy has been based not on analysis and evidence but on unpleasant and damaging nativism. The Migration Advisory Committee report provides an opportunity to reverse that

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7. Robot warehouses help Ocado sales jump in third quarter13:57[−]
Online grocer entered the FTSE 100 for the first time ever earlier this year

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8. Chinese companies moving production to US as Trump's tariff wall gets higher13:56[−]
Chinese direct investment in the US declined to $2bn during 2018 from $45.6bn in 2016

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9. Sports Direct should give House of Fraser customers a hug even if it proves pricey13:44[−]
The company has no legal obligation to people with unfulfilled orders or gift cards with the department store chain it bought out of administration. But in taking a hard line it's missing a golden opportunity to polish its image

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10. House of Fraser customers' anger over invalid gift cards as retailer remains silent12:23[−]
'What a shabby way to treat customers,' says one shopper as voucher refused by store

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11. No-deal Brexit would cost Honda tens of millions of pounds, car maker warns11:42[−]
Japanese motor giant employs 4,000 people at Swindon branch, where Civic model is produced

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12. Aldi tops supermarket sales league table with 12% growth over scorching summer10:17[−]
Co-op also performed well with its sales rising 7.1%

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13. Marsh & McLennan buys UK insurance firm JLT in $5.6bn deal10:13[−]
Shares in UK firm JLT soared by almost a third after deal announced, but thousands of jobs at risk

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14. Coca-Cola explores entering cannabis market with 'wellness beverage'03:04[−]
Global drinks giant 'watching closely' as it considers introducing non-psychoactive products

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15. Students targeted by 'ghost brokers' selling fake car insuranceПн., 17 сент.[−]
Average victim in 17-24 age group loses ?912 to insurance fraudsters

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16. What is this new UK poverty measure and what was wrong with the old one?Пн., 17 сент.[−]
What does this innovation by the Social Metrics Commission measure? And what does it show about UK poverty?

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17. Why countries are competing in happiness rankings – and what it could mean for economicsПн., 17 сент.[−]
A global movement for transforming current economic models to one based on wellbeing is gathering support

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18. Shell and Eni face one of the biggest corruption cases in corporate history over $1.3bn Nigerian oil fieldВс., 16 сент.[−]
Time running out for prosecutors to obtain potentially crucial documents seized in Geneva apartment raid

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19. The truth about foreign students is that they are an unalloyed benefit to the UKВт., 11 сент.[−]
The government's independent Migration Advisory Committee has rightly concluded that international students benefit the wider economy and the public finances

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20. Housing crisis: Government gets behind community homes with ?163m fundПт., 27 июля[−]
It's not that John Blackie wanted to start building houses - it's just that there was no choice.

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