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Coronavirus: England’s quarantine-free list of countries published

2 hours 34 min ago
Greece, Belgium and Spain are among the countries on the list but Portugal and the US are not.

Coronavirus: Singapore hotels prepare for different summer season

4 hours 59 min ago
Staff in Singapore’s hotels are preparing for a very different kind of summer season.

UK government takes £400m stake in satellite firm OneWeb

6 hours 15 min ago
The UK helps rescue company from bankruptcy as part of a plan to replace the EU's Galileo sat-nav system.

Coronavirus: Money back for Ryanair and Sykes customers

6 hours 21 min ago
The airline says it is clearing a backlog of refunds while Sykes Cottages also has a new policy.

Supermarkets snub coconut goods picked by monkeys

6 hours 52 min ago
Monkeys are treated like "picking machines" to harvest 1,000 coconuts a day, an animal rights group says.

Rail commuters 'need flexible season tickets after the crisis'

8 hours 57 min ago
Fares should be reformed to reflect recent changes to commuting habits, an independent watchdog says.

Freeze on car loan and pawn payments set to be extended

10 hours 3 min ago
The regulator wants to give people struggling with high-cost credit or car finance more time to pay.

Redskins sponsor, FedEx, urges team to rebrand

10 hours 10 min ago
FedEx has told the Washington DC-based American football team to change its controversial name.

George Floyd: Twitter drops 'master', 'slave' and 'blacklist'

16 hours 40 min ago
The social media platform along with JPMorgan are the latest firms to address their internal language.

Coronavirus: England to scrap quarantine for arrivals from 'low risk' countries

17 hours 33 min ago
Arrivals to England from Germany and Italy will also no longer need to isolate, ministers confirm.

Carlos Ghosn: Japan ask US to extradite ex-Green Beret and son over Japan escape

19 hours 58 min ago
The ex-soldier and his son are held in the US for allegedly helping the ex-Nissan boss flee Japan.

Coronavirus: 'We'll be cutting hair from midnight' post-lockdown

20 hours 14 sec ago
Hairdressers and barbers can reopen from 4 July in England, with many booked up already.

How mortgage holidays can affect your ability to borrow

20 hours 7 min ago
One-sixth of homeowners have taken a mortgage holiday and it could affect their ability to borrow money.

Coronavirus: 'Refunds unlikely' if travellers have to self-isolate

20 hours 8 min ago
Package holidays and travel insurance will not cover those who cannot travel as they are self-isolating.

Coronavirus: Lake District reports surge in holiday bookings

20 hours 9 min ago
With travel restrictions and tight budgets many British people are choosing to holiday at home this year.

Labour to urge more support to stem post-Covid job losses

Thu, 07/02/2020 - 23:40
Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds will call for jobs schemes to be extended during local lockdowns.

Coronavirus: 800 jobs 'secure' as Celsa Steel gets £30m emergency loan

Thu, 07/02/2020 - 22:12
Celsa Steel, which employs 800 workers in Wales, has received an emergency government loan.

Café Rouge and Bella Italia owner falls into administration

Thu, 07/02/2020 - 17:49
Ninety one sites will close immediately and about 1,900 people will lose their jobs.

The Rock ranks as Instagram's 'most valuable star'

Thu, 07/02/2020 - 17:33
Film star Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson can charge more than $1m for a sponsored post, analysts say.

Facebook: Advertisers will come back 'soon enough'

Thu, 07/02/2020 - 15:47
Facebook's chief dismisses claims in leaked comments that the ads boycott poses a financial threat.

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