BBC News - Business 22 March 2018

Bank vote hints at interest rate rise in May

UK rates remain unchanged at 0.5% but two Bank of England policymakers vote in favour of an increase.

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Facebook warned 'enough is enough' by advertisers

Trade body ISBA is meeting with the embattled social networking firm following a data breach.

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UK passports 'to be made in France after Brexit'

The existing UK manufacturer says it will be replaced by a French one after Brexit.

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Supermarkets drive retail sales higher in February

Retail trade have beaten expectations but the Beast from the East may stamp out growth.

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Trump set to announce China sanctions after IP probe

The White House argues that China encourages the theft or transfer of intellectual property.

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Uber self-driving crash: Footage shows moment before impact

Police release footage of the moments leading up to a crash involving a self-driving car in Arizona.

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Advertisers 'nervous' to be associated with Facebook

Big advertisers are wary about working with Facebook after its recent data scandal, says M&C Saatchi founding director David Kershaw.

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Culture Secretary: Passport procurement process not complete

Culture Secretary says procurement process for replacement passports post-Brexit is not yet complete.

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De La Rue boss says passport decision 'shocking'

He tells BBC Breakfast losing the post-Brexit passport printing contract was a shock.

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Video shows fatal Uber crash

A newly-released video shows the moments leading up to a crash involving a self-driving car in Arizona.

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YouTube gun ban drives bloggers to PornHub

The video-sharing site has banned videos that show people how to manufacture or modify guns.

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Blurred Lines: Marvin Gaye's family keeps $5m payout

A US court upholds a ruling that Robin Thicke copied one of Gaye's songs on his hit Blurred Lines.

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