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Frazer rebukes Telegraph directors over removal of newspaper bosses
The independent directors appointed to oversee the sale of The Daily Telegraph have been warned that the removal of the newspaper’s two most senior executives breached a government order – and that any subsequent transgression could result in a multimillion pound fine.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt considering further public spending cut to boost tax giveaway in budget
Jeremy Hunt is considering a last minute further cut to public spending to boost the tax giveaway in Wednesday's budget.
New business coalition aims to tackle poor UK productivity
British Land, Microsoft and Vodafone are among the backers of a new business coalition that will launch this week with the aim of tackling the UK's perennially weak productivity.
Any tax cuts will need to be 'undone' after election, economist claims
Any tax cuts made during this budget will "one way or another be undone after the election", according to one economist.
Banks placed on alert over 'rogue' Companies House filings
Britain's biggest banks have been placed on alert over hundreds of 'rogue' filings which appear to have been lodged at Companies House, the UK’s central corporate register.
Passengers 'punished' as rail fares hiked by nearly 5%
Cash-strapped train travellers are being priced off the railways, campaigners have warned as fares in England and Wales are hiked by nearly 5% despite high levels of cancellations.
Chancellor tempers tax cut expectations as £800m tech package to free up public service workers' time revealed
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has tempered expectations of tax cuts in Wednesday's budget as he announced an £800m package of technology reforms designed to free up time for frontline public sector workers.
Post Office should be handed over to postmasters, former boss says
The Post Office should be "handed over" to postmasters, its former chairman has said, accusing the government of using it as a "fig leaf" for stalling and evasion.
Moto GP owner Bridgepoint eyes £3.5bn bonanza from motor racing sale
The long-standing owner of the Moto GP global motor-racing series is in advanced talks to sell the business for more than £3bn.
Elon Musk sues OpenAI and Sam Altman, saying company putting profit over the public good
Elon Musk, the multi-billionaire owner of Tesla and X, is suing artificial intelligence company OpenAI, accusing the firm of prioritising profit over developing AI for the public good.