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Tui warns over Omicron hit - but sees holidaymakers splash out on pricier breaks next year
Travel giant Tui has warned that latest COVID fears could hit its winter holiday programme even as it looks to a bounce back in demand for the year ahead.
McColl's eyes recovery from shortages crisis but issue remains 'major constraint'
Convenience store chain McColl's said it was seeing signs of recovery after being hit by product shortages, but that they were still a "major constraint" after it first warned about the problems last month.
UK to phase out 2G and 3G mobile services by 2033
The UK will phase out 2G and 3G mobile services by 2033 to release radio waves for 5G and 6G, the government has announced.
Asda facing strike threat as Tesco battles to prevent Xmas walkout disruption
Asda has joined Tesco, its biggest rival, in facing the prospect of strike action ahead of the key Christmas trading season.
Energy networks boss partly blames 'wind direction' after thousands cut off by storm
The head of a select committee has reacted with incredulity after an energy boss blamed the way the wind blew for exacerbating problems caused by a devastating storm that cut off supplies to parts of the UK.
Revealed: How the prices of Christmas dinner favourites have changed this year
Turkey prices are up while carrots are cheaper as the price of a Christmas dinner rises this year amid a broader pick-up in food inflation, according to industry figures.
Amazon cloud outage hits websites and streaming apps
Thousands of the world's web users were affected by a major outage which disrupted Amazon's cloud services on Tuesday.
House prices rising at fastest pace in 15 years on quarterly basis, says Halifax
House prices are rising at the fastest pace for 15 years on a rolling quarterly basis, according to latest figures from Halifax.
Taxpayers could face higher bills after £11bn waste management merger, watchdog warns
The competition regulator has threatened to intervene in an £11bn merger between two French companies over fears it could lead to higher bills for UK councils and taxpayers.
Wall Street regulators investigating Trump $1bn social media deal
Wall Street regulators are investigating the $1.25bn deal to bring Donald Trump's social media venture to the stock market, it has been disclosed.