BBC News - Business 6 December 2017

Impact assessments of Brexit on the UK 'don't exist'

David Davis says no assessments of the impact of Brexit on parts of the economy have been carried out.

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Poundland owner Steinhoff sees its shares crash by up to 66%

The boss of Steinhoff, which owns Poundland and Harveys, quits amid probe into accounting irregularities.

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Shopping centres sold in £3.4bn deal

Bullring shopping centre owner Hammerson is to acquire rival Intu, owner of Manchester's Trafford Centre.

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Military wives 'missing out' on up to £30,000 of pension

Wives or partners of those serving overseas are failing to claim National Insurance credits

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Banks should end unplanned overdraft charges, charity says

Banks should do more to identify customers who struggle to repay debts, a charity says.

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Google Amazon row leads to restricted YouTube access

Google plans to stop Amazon's Fire TV devices being able to use YouTube from the start of 2018.

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Saga shares dive by 25% on profits warning

The firm says profits will be hit by the demise of Monarch Airlines and challenges in insurance broking.

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Jockey Club extends £25m racecourse bond

Decision to offer a rollover on bond issue sees 96% of original investors choose to retain investment.

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Quorn packaging prompts complaints

Meat substitute company to change labelling after a customer tweet is shared thousands of times.

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Unwrapping the past

An intact mummy, excavated a century ago, is the first to be scanned by an advanced X-ray system.

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