BBC News - Business 30 January 2018

Carillion collapse sparks break up call for 'Big four'

Accounting watchdog chief tells MPs that KPMG, PwC, Deloitte and EY need more competition.

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Borrowers ignoring mortgage timebomb, says FCA

Nearly one in five mortgage-holders has an interest-only home loan, but many do not have a plan for the final bill.

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Can cars be used as mini power stations?

A trial aims to determine the viability of electric vehicles feeding energy back into the grid.

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Volkswagen takes responsibility for exhaust tests on monkeys

German car maker suspends chief lobbyist amid mounting fury over tests on both monkeys and humans.

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X Factor final boosts Domino's pizza sales

Domino's says families watching the X Factor final together led to a surge in pizza orders.

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Eurozone growth hit 10-year high in 2017

The economy of the 19-nation bloc grew by 2.5% last year, the fastest pace for a decade.

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Ministers play down leaked Brexit study

Labour demands the full publication of a government report predicting an economic hit from Brexit.

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Ryanair pilots win UK union recognition

Pilots' association hails "historic" deal that overcomes the airline's previous hostility towards unions.

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Chinese flights scrapped in Taiwan row

Passengers are likely to be stranded after the cancellation of 176 planned extra Lunar New Year flights.

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'Too worried to sleep'

A Preston man tells the Victoria Derbyshire programme his benefits were cut when he missed a job centre visit.

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