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BP's joint solar venture Lightsource BP to more than double expansion by 2025

BP's joint solar venture, Lightsource BP, will more than double its global expansion by 2025 after clinching a financing deal worth $1.8bn (£1.3bn) to develop enough solar farms to power the equivalent of 8.4m homes.

20 Sep 2021 3m read

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UK energy groups ask for state 'bad bank' to weather gas crisis

The UK's largest energy suppliers are requesting a multibillion-pound emergency support package from the government to help them survive the crisis sparked by high gas prices.

20 Sep 2021 5m read

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UK set for most widespread pay rises in over a decade - CBI

More British employers are planning pay rises than at any time since the global financial crisis as they struggle to recruit staff following the coronavirus pandemic and Brexit.

20 Sep 2021 2m read

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Buyer demand nudges up asking prices for UK houses: Rightmove

Asking prices for houses in Britain resumed their upward trend this month as buyer demand far outstripped the supply of houses coming to the market, a survey showed on Monday.

20 Sep 2021 1m read

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Most NHS staff vote to oppose 3% pay rise as union warns workers 'fed up'

NHS staff have voted overwhelmingly to oppose the government's 3% pay rise as Britain's biggest health union warned thousands of workers are 'fed up of being taken for granted'.

20 Sep 2021 2m read

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A shortage of CO2 gas in the UK could cause Christmas to be 'canceled,' warns industry boss

Britain is facing a severe shortage of CO2, a vital component in meat production, industry leaders are warning.

20 Sep 2021 2m read

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UK retail sales fall unexpectedly in August - ONS

British retail sales volumes unexpectedly fell last month in what is now their longest streak of declines since current records began, though sales volumes still remain above pre-pandemic levels, official data showed on Friday.

17 Sep 2021 1m read

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Over 40% of larger UK businesses struggling to recruit

British businesses have reported a sharp rise in recruitment difficulties within the space of just a few weeks - partly as a result of a continued lack of European Union workers, official figures showed on Thursday.

17 Sep 2021 2m read