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Millions of mobile phone and internet users could be paying 17.3% more on their bills this time next week
Millions of mobile phone and internet users are facing a price increase of 17.3% on their bills in just a week's time.
Retail sales pick up as consumer confidence rises to 'highest level in a year'
Official figures have shown a much larger than expected pick up in retail sales last month as a closely-watched measure of consumer confidence reaches its highest level in a year.
Spending on subscriptions, dating and DIY falls as people rely on credit cards to pay for essentials, analysis finds
People spent less on subscription services, home improvements and dating in February, analysis by Britain's biggest building society shows.
Bank of England raises interest rate by quarter point after surprise leap in inflation
The Bank of England has revealed it no longer believes the UK will face a technical recession this year, as it raised the interest rate by a further quarter percentage point.
Big shift in Bank of England thinking suggests economy showing signs of recovery | Ed Conway
There was some unexpected good news buried in the documents released by the Bank of England alongside its interest rate decision today.
Manchester United sale: Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS submit revised bid
British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his chemicals firm INEOS have submitted a revised bid for Manchester United, Sky News has been told.
More than a million universal credit payments cut over the past year because of historical overpaid tax credits
The government is cutting benefit payments to some of Britain's poorest families or threatening them with debt collectors in a raid that is "plunging people into poverty".
Silicon Valley Bank’s UK arm sees sharp inflows after £1 HSBC rescue
The British arm of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB UK) has seen hundreds of millions of pounds of deposit inflows in the wake of its £1 rescue takeover by HSBC.
Accenture to axe 19,000 jobs worldwide
Accenture is to cut 19,000 jobs worldwide - including in the UK - after lowering its annual revenue and profit forecasts.
Interest rates, F1 and Lloyd's of London
Ian King looks ahead to the prospect of another rise in interest rates. He's joined by the Team Principal of the Red Bull Formula One team, Christian Horner, to discuss the sport's growing popularity. Ian also discusses how the global insurance industry's been impacted by the invasion of Ukraine.