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'Major victory': Govt forced to scrap tribunal fees

The Government will stop charging employment tribunal fees and refund those who have already paid them – after the Supreme Court found they were unlawful. The court ruled unanimously against the Government and found it was acting unconstitutionally when it introduced the fees – which can be up to …

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Aston Martin owner joins race for £200m Rapha

A shareholder in Aston Martin, the luxury car marque, is turning its attention to another mode of transport by tabling a £200m takeover bid for Rapha, the premium cycling gear manufacturer. Sky News understands that Investindustrial, a private equity firm based in Italy, is on the final shortlist of …

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2,529 products are smaller but cost the same

More than 2,500 products have shrunk in size over the past five years, but are being sold for the same price, official new figures show. It is not just chocolate bars that are affected by the so-called “shrinkflation” phenomenon, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Toilet rolls, …

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The Rock stars in 'movie' with Apple's Siri

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson has made a “movie” co-starring Apple’s voice assistant Siri. At least, Mr Johnson at first described The Rock x Siri: Dominate the Day as a “movie”, although that description has since been refined. Following the release of the three minute and 45 second video on …

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