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Siemens leads rallying cry to save stricken CBI lobbying group
Siemens, the German-based industrial technology giant, is this weekend leading a last-ditch rallying cry to save the CBI, the ailing business lobbying group.
Fallen star Schofield's talent agency YMU in crunch finance talks
The talent agency which managed Phillip Schofield until the disgraced TV star's career imploded this week is this weekend facing questions about its own future after its lenders called in advisers to explore a financial restructuring.
Rail strikes: FA Cup final, Epsom Derby, and Beyonce concert all set to be impacted by Aslef walkout
Rail strikes are set to cause further havoc today when train drivers walk out ahead of high-profile events including the FA Cup final, the Epsom Derby and a Beyonce concert.
Barclays and Lloyds among bank branches announcing closures
Two of the country's biggest banking giants have announced they are closing a total of 63 branches.
Diesel prices fell a record 12p per litre in May but should be even lower, says RAC
The price of diesel fell by almost 12p last month - a record drop, according to new figures.
Ordering groceries on food delivery apps can cost double, says Which?
Ordering groceries using apps such as Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just East can cost twice as much as buying them online from the supermarket, according to Which?
Protesters vow to 'lie on the road' to stop gold mine in Sperrin Mountains of County Tyrone
Protesters opposed to a gold mine in the Sperrin Mountains of County Tyrone have vowed to "lie on the road" to stop machinery if it arrives.
CBI chiefs in bizarre gender balance exchange amid battle for survival
The leadership duo at the top of the CBI was involved in a bizarre exchange on a call with dozens of leading members on Friday as the business lobbying group fights for survival.
Property giants mount bid to thwart Fitness First closure and rent cut plot
Some of Britain’s biggest commercial property-owners are joining forces in a bid to thwart a plot to slash rents at dozens of Fitness First health clubs.
RMT's Mick Lynch insists rail strikes 'have been a success' despite lack of pay deal after almost a year
The boss of Britain's biggest rail workers union has insisted strikes have been a "success" - despite no pay deal being agreed yet after almost a year of industrial action.