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Tesco is living up to its “You shop, we drop” line, as it faces an uphill struggle to hang on to customers due to rival retailers taking market share.
A survey of 150 MPs has revealed an upbeat outlook for the economy in the 12 months ahead of the next general election. Data collected by polling and research firm ComRes shows that 75% of MPs expect economic growth to continue into 2015, and 66% think that unemployment will fall in the next 12 months.
A disgruntled customer successfully turned the tables on his energy firm, issuing npower with a red “final notice” and an accompanying fine over unreturned payments.
Internet behemoth Google has announced the purchase of New Mexico firm Titan Aerospace. The company makes high altitude drones that Google hopes it can use to bring the internet to some of the world’s most remote areas.
Parenting website Mumsnet, which has more than one million members in the UK, has been hit by hacking bug Heartbleed.
UK inflation fell to 1.6% in March, its lowest rate since October 2009.
Why is the UK dragging its feet? Asks our Associate editor
Sophie Hobson: Cameron has appointed the first Asian man to the cabinet, but it is still dangerously undiverse
The PM must learn from business and rethink his overwhelmingly white, male and Oxbridge-educated cabinet, says our editor
The Department of Business, Innovation and Skills minister explains the avenues open to businesses
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Former England Captain David Beckham has put his luxury BMW convertible up for sale on vehicle listings service auto Trader.
A higher proportion of drug users in the UK has bought drugs online than any other of the 43 nations questioned in a new survey.
Royal Ascot is all about Michelin-starred chefs and Mad Hatter’s tea parties - and apparently there’s some racing too
A total of 3,389 Londoners over the age of 25 died due to pollution-related illnesses in 2010.