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Sunday, October 17, 2021

Clampdown on tax loophole for thousands of second homes registered as holiday lets

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Second home owners face a clampdown over a tax loophole that can save them money by claiming the properties are available for holiday lets.

Why a $10bn Discord sale might not be in tune with the messaging platform’s...

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Unless you are an avid gamer - or have one in your family - you may not have heard of Discord.

Shrewsbury picketers win bid to clear their names after nearly 50 years

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A group of trade unionists who were convicted for picketing nearly 50 years ago have won a bid to clear their names.

COVID-19: Cineworld faces claims UK staff ‘treated with contempt’ as chain reveals reopening plans

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Cineworld has revealed plans to reopen screens in its biggest markets, including the UK, but said nothing about how it will staff cinemas after effectively axing up to 45,000 workers six months ago.

Norton antivirus sued by regulator as part of auto-renewing subscription probe

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Antivirus software company Norton is being sued by the UK's competition watchdog for refusing to provide information for an investigation into auto-renewing contracts.

Alphabet venture arm GV backs UK machine-learning start-up nPlan

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A British start-up which helped Network Rail save tens of millions of pounds by identifying potential bottlenecks in infrastructure upgrades has secured more than £10m in new funding from the venture arm of Google's owner, Alphabet.

UK cyber security law forcing energy companies to report hacks has led to no...

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A cyber security law introduced three years ago was meant to boost the resilience of the UK's energy sector by obliging gas and electricity firms to report when they were hacked.

Blank cheque company in exclusive talks to buy wealth manager Lombard

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A blank cheque vehicle has entered exclusive talks to buy Lombard, one of the UK's biggest wealth management groups.

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey’s first tweet sells for more than £2m

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Twitter founder and chief executive Jack Dorsey has sold a digital certificate connected to his first ever tweet for just over £2m.

COVID-19: Cineworld UK staff ‘treated with contempt’ as chain reveals reopening plans

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Cineworld has revealed plans to reopen screens in its biggest markets, including the UK, but said nothing about how it will staff cinemas after effectively axing up to 45,000 workers six months ago.

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