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WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Twitter (TWTR.N) said on Thursday it had suspended hundreds of Russian-linked accounts and would ramp up enforcement of its spam rules as it probes online campaigns to influence the 2016 U.S. election. Although the company’s disclosures...
LONDON (Reuters) - Major British employers gave staff an average 2 percent annual pay rise in the three months to the end of August, a sub-inflation rate that has been unchanged since the end of last year, pay analysts...
LONDON (Reuters) - Uber went to a British employment appeal tribunal on Wednesday to argue its drivers are self-employed, not workers entitled to a range of extra benefits, less than a week after the firm was told it would...
LONDON (Reuters) - Uber called on Monday for talks with London’s transport regulator as soon as possible and pledged to make improvements in the way it reports serious incidents in a bid to retain its licence. On Friday, the...
LONDON (Reuters) - Hopes for higher wage growth across Britain are receding, apart from in a few sectors of the labour market that suffer from acute skill shortages, according to a report published on Monday by recruitment company Hays...
LONDON (Reuters) - British retail sales unexpectedly surged in August, boosting chances the Bank of England will raise interest rates for the first time in a decade at its next meeting. More downbeat news, however, came from a BoE survey...
LONDON (Reuters) - British business leaders from companies including BT (BT.L) and Centrica (CNA.L) said they wanted a three-year Brexit transitional deal to protect jobs in Britain and Europe. In a letter organized by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI),...
LONDON (Reuters) - Uber will cease using diesel cars in London by the end of 2019 and the vast majority of rides will be in electric or hybrid vehicles by then, the taxi app said on Friday. At the moment...
LONDON, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Britain’s economy is losing momentum as worries about Brexit mount, according to a survey which showed growth in the country’s dominant services sector in August was at its weakest in nearly a year. The IHS...
LONDON (Reuters) - British new car sales fell for the fifth month in a row in August, the longest run of declines since 2011, a car industry body said on Tuesday, as uncertainty over Brexit and possible levies on...

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