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No-fault evictions bill now unlikely to pass
The Renters (Reform) Bill would have banned landlords from evicting tenants without a reason.

Energy bills likely to fall in July under new cap
Forecasts suggest Ofgem's latest price cap will mean the typical annual household bill will fall by 7%.

Musk opposes US tariffs on Chinese electric cars
He previously warned Chinese car makers would "demolish" rivals if there were no trade barriers.

Vennells told not to make Post Office front page news
The former Post Office chief executive faced a second day of questions into the Horizon IT scandal.

Mike Lynch defends himself in Autonomy fraud trial
Mike Lynch, a tech tycoon once compared to Bill Gates, said his fraud trial was "surreal".

Why technology has not transformed building
New technology has yet to transform homebuilding which is still largely a manual task.

Vet prescription fees could be capped by watchdog
The measure is one move the UK watchdog could take after it completes a formal inquiry into the sector.

US sues in bid to break up Ticketmaster owner
Officials allege the company used illegal tactics to dominate the concert industry, driving up prices.

Kellogg's recalls chocolate cornflakes over choking risk
The cereal brand asks customers to throw boxes away after "hard lumps" are found in some.

HSBC fined over treatment of customers in difficulty
The City watchdog said that the bank failed customers who has been facing arrears.

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BBC Economy
UK has room for three rate cuts this year, IMF says
The international body upgrades its UK growth forecast and says rates could fall to 4.5% by the end of 2024.

Food price rises returning to normal, survey says
Grocery price inflation falls to its lowest since October 2021 but shoppers are still buying own-brand goods.

Summer interest rate cut possible, says Bank deputy
Ben Broadbent's comments come ahead of data which is expected to show a fall in inflation.

Easing US inflation stokes interest rate cut debate
Consumer prices in the US rose 3.4% over the 12 months to April, easing from 3.5% a month earlier.

UK exits recession with fastest growth in two years
The economy grew by a stronger than expected 0.6% in the first three months of the year.

Faisal Islam: Economy is getting better but people may not notice
Growth was stronger than expected, but millions of households are yet to feel the benefit.

Bank 'optimistic' as it edges closer to summer cut
Its comments came as UK interest rates were left unchanged at a 16-year high of 5.25%.

Reeves: Government is gaslighting people on economy
The shadow chancellor's speech comes ahead of figures likely to show the UK has emerged from recession.

Why mortgage rates are going up, not down
The cost of a new fixed mortgage has risen in recent days, defying many homeowners' hopes and expectations.

Weaker than expected US job gains revive rate cut talk
Employers in the US added 175,000 jobs in the US in April, while the unemployment rate ticked up to 3.9%.

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