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British American Tobacco says its future lies in getting people to switch to nicotine alternatives.
Sheffield Forgemasters will see up to £400m of investment in the next decade, the government says.
Silchester International says it is not inclined to support a £6.3bn deal for the supermarket chain.
Senior cabinet ministers are due to discuss the move for arrivals to England in a meeting on Wednesday.
Quest 2 headset owners are urged to claim a free silicone cover to avoid skin issues.
UK house prices still rose by 10.5% compared with a year ago, Nationwide building society says.
Supermarket boss says government scheme only fixes half the issue because it excludes store workers.
Swindon car plant prepares to stop production on July 30 after 35 years of production.
The Barbie maker's comments as it announced better than expected quarterly sales.
Consumers should not have to pay excessive prices to use public car charging, MPs say.
Apple, Google parent company Alphabet and Microsoft report soaring quarterly profits.
Wealth gap between countries could widen due to differing access to Covid vaccines, the IMF says.
The supermarket chain is deploying the recruitment tactic amid a shortage in lorry drivers.
A plan is agreed to reduce aggressive debt collection, although charities still want statutory regulation.
About 1,000 Activision Blizzard staff sign a letter describing managers' response as insulting.
Some travel insurance policies will not cover cancellation costs for travellers told to self-isolate.
Vanish-maker Reckitt says the end of social distancing has led to a focus on appearance.
The value of New York-listed Chinese companies has plummeted after a series of crackdowns by Beijing.
Strong demand for houses will last into 2022 as buyers react to the pandemic, says property website Zoopla.
Technology firms are scrambling to add new features but will video calls improve.

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