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J Sainsbury is looking to cut around 2,000 payroll and human resources jobs across the business as it continues a cost-cutting drive meant to slash £500m over the next three years.

Plans to clamp down on unfair practises and inflated costs in the property management system in England have been outlined by communities secretary Sajid Javid.

European manufacturers risk becoming “economic collateral damage” if the Brexit stalemate continues.

Uber has launched its appeal against Transport for London’s decision to deny it a new operating licence in the capital.

An influential committee of MPs is ramping up pressure on Britain’s financial watchdog to publish details of misconduct at Royal Bank of Scotland and has threatened to use “formal powers” to demand publication of a leaked report.

Energy regulator Ofgem is to extend its prepayment price cap to one million more vulnerable households this winter, saving them £120 a year.

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