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Save the Children scandal: What we know so far


+Haiti scandal: Oxfam boss apologises for damaging charity sector

Metro Bank reports first annual profit


+Exclusive: Interview with Metro Bank founder and chairman Vernon Hill

UK unemployment rises for first time in two years, says ONS


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'Landmark year' for Lloyds as profits jump to record £5.3bn


+Lloyds becomes first FTSE 100 firm to set ethnic diversity target

The value of UK start-up investments rises by 30 per cent per year over seven-year period


+2018 Investment: how to make the right choices

International consumers prepared to pay up to 22 per cent more for British goods


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Pure Gym reaches 1 million members and announces opening of 200th gym in the UK


+Blockchain powered health and fitness app sets out to raise $15m in initial coin offering as they announce beta launch

UK should host global “Places of Learning” contest post-Brexit, says RSA


+Five cities bringing drones to the UK

Duff & Phelps rescues fruit and vegetable distributor, Solstice


+Staring at administration? Toys R Us faces £15m VAT bill

AA presents new business strategy


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