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McDonald’s restaurants in Japan have stopped selling products that use chicken sourced in China. It comes after a scandal involving a Shanghai factory which supplied expired meat products to global fast food chains. Over 3,000 food restaurants in Japan have...
Rents in London have reached double those across the rest of the UK for the first time ever, according to new research. Average rents across the country went up 6.3% over the last 12 months and now stand at £862...
Scottish wealth per head is over £2,300 higher than the UK as a whole and outstrips major economies such as France, Japan and Italy, according to the SNP. New SNP analysis of figures from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and...
David Cameron hailed a "major milestone" in the recovery today as official figures showed Britain had finally emerged from its worst post-war downturn. Gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.8% in the second quarter taking the size of the economy...
More than half of Britons say they have been hit with extra fees on their credit cards, bank accounts mortgage or insurance in the last year. Two thirds say lenders and insurers are tricking them with dubious and difficult...
The US Federal Aviation Administration lifted its ban on flights in and out of Israel, which the agency had imposed out of concern for the risk of planes being hit by Hamas rockets. "Before making this decision, the FAA worked...
France will go ahead with the delivery of the first of two Mistral warships to Russia – despite protests by the US and UK, prompted by Moscow's stance in the Ukrainian crisis. The ship is nearly completed and will...
UK consumers are getting a "raw deal" by paying significantly more for technology products than US shoppers, a watchdog has reported. Which? compared the prices, excluding tax, of 13 identical products ranging from televisions and gaming consoles to desktop applications...
Property website Rightmove has raised its forecast for annual house price growth in 2014, despite a fall in values this month for the first time this year. House prices have fallen 0.8% so far this month, but the firm forecasts...
Former Tory Cabinet minister Ken Clarke has questioned the strength of the recovery, claiming it is "not firmly enough rooted" in a balance between manufacturing and services. The former Chancellor, who retired from the Government in the reshuffle, warned the economy remained...

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