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COVID-19: AstraZeneca and EU both claim win as court rules on vaccine supply row
AstraZeneca and the EU have both claimed victory in a court ruling over the supply of COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19: Retail sales find reverse gear as hospitality's return hits supermarket food
A sharp fall in demand for groceries, as pubs and restaurants reopened to indoor customers, has driven a decline in retail sales volumes.
Tesco admits exposure to HGV driver shortage as hauliers warn of supply crisis
Tesco, the UK's largest supermarket chain, has admitted it faces a shortage of drivers for its lorries as the haulage industry warns of a widespread UK delivery crisis ahead.
JD Sports red-carded by top investor group over Cowgill’s pay
The prospect of a full-scale investor revolt at JD Sports Fashion grew on Friday when another leading adviser warned shareholders over bonuses awarded to its bosses despite refusing to repay government support.
Bridgepoint revives Metcalfe partnership with big stake in £100m Itsu
Bridgepoint, the private equity firm, is to take a big stake in Itsu, the Asian fast-food chain – a deal that will revive one of the UK casual dining industry’s most successful partnerships.
Mustier and Arnault's SPAC targets £2.5bn UK fintech True Potential
A wealth management platform which works with a fifth of Britain's financial advisers has drawn takeover interest from a blank cheque company set up by Bernard Arnault, one of the world's richest men.
Channel 4 is no stranger to privatisation talk - but this feels different
Almost since Channel 4 launched 38 years ago, with the first episode of Countdown, there has been speculation that it is facing privatisation.
COVID-19: UK economy 'will bounce back to pre-pandemic levels by end of 2021' - despite delay to end of lockdown
The UK's economy will bounce back to pre-COVID levels by the end of 2021 despite the end of lockdown being delayed, the CBI has forecast - a year earlier than expected.
Euro 2020: PM considers ‘sensible accommodations’ to UEFA demand for quarantine-free access to Wembley final
Boris Johnson says "sensible accommodations" can be made amid government talks with UEFA over whether VIPs and foreign fans will get special access to England for key Euro 2020 matches.
Dozens of women sue Pornhub - alleging explicit videos were uploaded without their consent
Two women have told Sky News they were left feeling ashamed and suicidal after explicit videos of them were posted on the world's biggest online porn website - they claim without their consent.