U.K. Business News

From The Financial Times

May faces fight over ?3.7bn in disability payments
Issue set to undermine Tory attempts to soften face of the party
Copeland strengthens May?s hand ahead of Brexit talks
Tories united behind leader but next challenge to her authority will be Brussels
Corbyn rides out rumblings over Copeland defeat
Party leader says he will not resign and points out victory in Stoke
Sadiq Khan warns in Scotland against nationalism
London mayor?s speech likely to enrage supporters of independence
Boom in UK gold exports distorts impact of Brexit
Apparent rebalancing of economy since referendum driven by China demand for gold
Vauxhall plants need ?new direction? to survive
PSA boss stresses ?performance is paramount? for Ellesmere Port and Luton
Leicester fairytale hits ?100m financial reality
Ranieri pays price as cost of relegation leaves no room for sentiment
Consumer borrowing rises to drive UK economy
Bank figures show faster growth in January propelled by low interest rates
ITV pushes ?News at Ten? back half an hour
Prime slot to be taken by ?Saturday Night Live?-style satirical show
Fast-track degree proposal meets lukewarm reception
Universities could be allowed to charge ?14,000 a year for two-year courses
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