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21 Sep
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UK needs more part-time senior jobs to tackle 'motherhood penalty'

The Association of British Insurers have suggested introducing more part-time senior jobs in a move to tackle the “motherhood penalty” and reduce gender seniority gap.

21 Sep
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Tesla loses another executive as supply management chief resigns

Tesla has lost another executive as the vice president of global supply management Liam O’Connor resigned on Friday, Bloomberg reported.

21 Sep
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Friday broker round-up

Paragon Banking Group: RBC Capital Markets downgrades to sector performer with a target price of 500p.

21 Sep
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Theresa May says still 'long way apart' from EU on Brexit

UK Prime Minister Theresa May said Brexit negotiations were at an impasse and accused the European Union of not treating the UK with respect, sending the pound tumbling on Friday.

21 Sep
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Nestlé to put skin health division up for sale

Nestlé announced on Thursday it is considering selling its skin health division and its price of the sale could reach up to €7bn.

21 Sep
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Grayling warns of no-deal Brexit unless EU soften Irish position

Cabinet minister Chris Grayling warned that a no-deal Brexit was on the cards if the European Union did not soften its position regarding the Irish border.

20 Sep
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Tusk says Chequers plan won't work as May urges EU leaders to grant concessions

Chief of the European Council Donald Tusk, said on Thursday that Theresa May's proposed new economic partnership with the EU "will not work" as it risks undermining the EU's single market.

20 Sep
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Wetherspoons and McDonalds workers to strike over wages

Workers from Wetherspoons, McDonalds and TGI Fridays have taken unexpected action to fight “poverty wages” and are set to strike together next month.

20 Sep
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EU to push Facebook to comply with consumer rules or face sanctions

Facebook could face European Union sanctions if they fail to bring their user terms in line with the block’s consumer laws and continue to mislead users regarding the main characteristics of the platform’s services.

20 Sep
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Thursday broker round-up

AVEVA Group: Barclays upgrades to overweight with a target price of 3,150p.

20 Sep
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New call to phase out petrol and diesel car sales to limit climate change

New sales for petrol and diesel cars in Europe need to end before 2030 for the car sector to be able to limit climate change and global warming to a 1. 5C goal.

20 Sep
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Labour calls for ban on TV gambling adverts during sports events

Britain's Labour party has pledged to ban certain types of gambling advertising if it wins the next general election.

19 Sep
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UK calls for regulating 'wild west' cryptocurrencies

UK lawmakers on the Treasury select committee have called for regulation of cryptocurrencies which they consider to be "wild west" assets that expose investors to risks.

19 Sep
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Tesla faces criminal probe over Elon Musk's tweets

The US Justice Department has opened a criminal probe against Tesla regarding the recent tweets of CEO Elon Musk who said he intended to take the company private.

19 Sep
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Wednesday broker round-up

PureCircle: Kepler Cheuvreux downgrades to hold with a target price of 325p.

19 Sep
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Michel Barnier says October will be 'moment of truth' for Brexit

Michel Barnier, the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, said the bloc is “ready to improve” its offer to the UK on the Irish border issue and that October would be the “moment of truth” for negotiations.

18 Sep
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Zalando blames weak revenue growth on long hot summer

Europe’s leading online platform for lifestyle and fashion issued a profit warning on Tuesday, blaming the long hot summer for weak revenue growth.

18 Sep
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BMW to shut Oxford Mini factory for weeks after Brexit

Car manufacturer BMW is set to close its Mini factory in Oxford on the day of Brexit for at least a month as a result of growing concerns of a no-deal exit, according to reports.

18 Sep
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Treasury to lose over £100m a year over betting machine delays

The Treasury could lose over £100m for every year it postpones slashing the highest-permitted stake on fixed-odds betting terminals, a report from the Centre for Economic and Business Research has found.

18 Sep
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UK regulator calls for social media watchdog

Media regulator Ofcom has issued research backing up the need for statutory regulation on social media after finding that 45% of UK adult internet users admitted to having experienced online harm.