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Coca-Cola To Pass On 'Majority' Of Sugar Tax

Coca-Cola has told Sky News it would expect to pass on the "majority" of the Government's planned sugar tax to its customers.

Ministers To Unveil Tata Steel Pension Revamp

Ministers will this week unveil proposals that would slash billions of pounds from the liabilities of the British Steel pension scheme as they seek to smooth a path for a buyer of Tata Steel's UK operations.

What's In A Name? Why Chelsea Still Own Jose

Manchester United may have to pay Chelsea for the right to fully exploit Jose Mourinho's name when he is confirmed as their manager later this week.

Highland Gaelic Speaker, 7, Faces Deportation

A seven-year-old boy from Australia whose first language is Gaelic is facing deportation from Scotland along with his family.

Top Model Agencies Facing Price Fix Claims

Five top model agencies face accusations by the competition regulator that they colluded to fix prices charged to fashion brands and retailers.

Thomas Cook Cabin Crew Back Strike Action

Thomas Cook cabin crew have voted in support of strike action in a row over rest breaks - placing the threat of disruption over summer holidays.

Brexit MPs: Take EU Propaganda Off Website

The Government must take the "pro EU propaganda" off its website by Friday or risk breaking the law, Brexit MPs have warned.

Two Bodies Found In Search For Missing Man

Police searching for a missing man in Torquay have found two bodies on a path along the coast.

Former Mothercare Boss In Last-Minute BHS Bid

A consortium led by former Mothercare and Arcadia executive Greg Tufnell has emerged as a last-minute potential bidder for collapsed retailer BHS.

Oil Giant Shell Cuts Further 475 UK Jobs

Royal Dutch Shell is cutting an additional 2,200 jobs including 475 in its North Sea business as the industry continues to struggle.

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Two Bodies Found In Search For Missing Man

Two Bodies Found In Search For Missing Man

Police searching for a missing man in Torquay have found two bodies on a path along the coast.

Thomas Cook Cabin Crew Back Strike Action

Thomas Cook Cabin Crew Back Strike Action

Thomas Cook cabin crew have voted in support of strike action in a row over rest breaks - placing the threat of disruption over summer holidays.

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