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Abu Dhabi state-backed fund moves to take control of Daily Telegraph
An Abu Dhabi state-backed vehicle has moved closer to taking full control of The Daily Telegraph just hours after the launch of a regulatory probe that prevents it from removing key journalists from their posts.
Struggling CBI to impose 5% fee increase on members
The CBI is urging members to swallow a further rise in fees even as the lobby group battles to regain its former standing among political and business leaders.
Train strikes: Full list of dates in December 2023 and rail lines affected
ASLEF's train drivers are staging a number of strikes and overtime bans in December in their long-running dispute over pay.
Frazer to prohibit removal of key Telegraph staff during probe
The government is to prohibit the removal or transfer of key Daily Telegraph journalists during a public interest probe into the newspaper's prospective takeover by a state-backed Abu Dhabi investor.
Dubai is hosting COP28 - but is it playing its part to tackle climate change?
Lloyds shareholders could reap £500m bonanza from Telegraph deal
Shareholders in Lloyds Banking Group could reap a windfall worth more than £500m early next year following a deal that will see it repaid loans in full by the owners of The Daily Telegraph.
House prices show further growth after pause in interest rate hikes, Nationwide says
House prices recorded a second month of growth in November, according to a closely-watched report.
COP28, Castore and the markets
Ian King speaks to Coen van Oostrom, the founder and chief executive of property developer Edge, about reducing emissions.
ASLEF train drivers' union members vote overwhelmingly to continue strike action for next six months
Members of ASLEF have voted overwhelmingly to continue strike action for the next six months in their ongoing dispute over pay, the train drivers' union has announced.
Volta Trucks is saved but bulk of 600 UK workers are currently out of a job
Volta, the electric truck start-up, has been bought out of administration by one of its biggest creditors but the bulk of its 600 UK workers are out of a job - for the moment at least.