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Hospitality chiefs plea for fresh government support package after revenue slump
Hospitality chiefs have urged the chancellor to prepare a new financial support package for the industry even as remaining restrictions on their operations are lifted in the coming weeks.
'Glimmer of hope' for breweries after pub reopenings beat expectations
An "unbelievable" surge in post-lockdown demand for cask beer is offering "a glimmer of hope" for the struggling UK pub industry.
Queen's speech: PM will promise to end brain drain in 'red wall' regions - report
The prime minister will reportedly promise to bring jobs and skills to "red wall" areas so people no longer have to leave their home towns in search of prosperity.
Rail passengers warned of disruption 'into next week' after train cracks found
Disruption on the UK's rail network is set to continue "well into next week" after cracks were found on high-speed trains.
Lloyds Banking Group nears £400m takeover of savings group Embark
Britain's biggest high street lender is in advanced talks about its biggest corporate acquisition since it was returned to full private ownership four years ago.
Green list countries: Minister defends 'cautious' holidays restart amid industry criticism
A cabinet minister has defended the "cautious start" to reopening international holiday travel in the face of industry demands to expand the quarantine-free green list of foreign destinations.
COVID-19: BA owner lists four priorities for travel restart as losses ease
The parent firm of British Airways (BA) has demanded government action in "four key areas" to help facilitate the restart of foreign travel while revealing a reduction in first quarter losses.
Which countries will be on the green list? COVID-19 infection and vaccination rates for tourism hotspots revealed
The UK government is set to relax restrictions for visiting a handful of countries under a new traffic light system, with ministers expected to say which countries will be on the "green list" as soon as Friday.
Post Office contacts hundreds more postmasters who may have been wrongfully prosecuted
Efforts are being made by the Post Office to trace hundreds of people who may have been wrongfully convicted as a result of a computer scandal that caused Britain's biggest miscarriage of justice.
Rolls-Royce restarts Bergen sale after Norwegian state veto
Rolls-Royce Holdings has restarted the auction of its maritime engine manufacturing division after the Norwegian government vetoed its sale to a Russian-based buyer.