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FTSE LIVE: Footsie set for negative open ahead of German MPs vote on fresh Greek bailout plans in the Bundestag 

By This Is Money Market Reporters Published: 02:27 EST, 17 July 2015 | Updated: 02:27 EST, 17 July 2015 ...

Diesel cheaper than petrol in most European countries, AA data shows, with petrol under £1 a litre in some

12 countries in Europe cheaper than Britain for petrolDiesel in most countries is cheaper than BritainAA says driving abroad 'huge eye opener' for diesel drivers By Ray ...

Mark Carney says mortgage interest rates could rise within months 

Interest rates have been at a record low of 0.5% since March 2009Carney said households should get ready for them to rise at turn of ...

British holidaymakers set for best pound to euro exchange rate in eight years

Sterling surges above €1.43 to highest level since November 2007Greek crisis has weakened the euro while the pound and dollar have been boosted by the ...

Greeks panic buying TV's boosts Dixons Carphone profits after high street giants merger

By Peter Campbell for the Daily Mail Published: 16:08 EST, 16 July 2015 | Updated: 17:03 EST, 16 July 2015 ...

30 second guide to...Ofcom 

By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:21 EST, 16 July 2015 | Updated: 16:27 EST, 16 July ...

Telford Homes shares jump 5% on back of £620m sales

By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:22 EST, 16 July 2015 | Updated: 16:26 EST, 16 July ...

Burberry boss turns on charm to placate shareholder concerns over his £7.9m pay package

By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:22 EST, 16 July 2015 | Updated: 16:26 EST, 16 July ...

Average salary at Goldman Sachs hits £300,000 with £5.23bn going on 'compensation and expenses'

By Hugo Duncan for the Daily Mail Published: 16:18 EST, 16 July 2015 | Updated: 16:26 EST, 16 July 2015 ...

CITY FOCUS: To split or not to split is the question over BT's control of Openreach

By Peter Campbell for the Daily Mail Published: 16:16 EST, 16 July 2015 | Updated: 16:26 EST, 16 July 2015 ...

ALEX BRUMMER: Carney bites the interest rate bullet as he signals a rise at the turn of 2015

By Alex Brummer for the Daily Mail Published: 16:16 EST, 16 July 2015 | Updated: 16:26 EST, 16 July 2015 ...

Small Oxford cancer drug developer Immunocore secures record fundraising

By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:10 EST, 16 July 2015 | Updated: 16:26 EST, 16 July ...

Anglo American's Brazilian iron mine digs a £2.6bn hole in profits after slowing of China's economy causes ore price to drop

By Laura Chesters For The Daily Mail Published: 16:06 EST, 16 July 2015 | Updated: 16:26 EST, 16 July 2015 ...

Not just any old job: First blood drawn in battle for top spot at M&S as main board director quits having failed to get the nod

Head of general merchandise and a main board director John Dixon quitsHe is to be succeeded at M&S by Steve Rowe, the current head of ...

How defence giant BAE contributes a mammoth £7.9bn to the UK economy

By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 16:20 EST, 16 July 2015 | Updated: 16:20 EST, 16 July ...

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Sussex stabbing: Man killed by motorist following car crash in West Sussex

A murder investigation has been launched after a motorist was stabbed to death following a car crash. A manhunt is now underway for the knifeman, who ...

Summer-born children more likely to be labelled special needs, minister claims

Children born in the summer are being incorrectly labelled as special needs because they are failing to learn as quickly as their slightly older classmates, ...

The Open 2015 leaderboard: Live scores from St Andrews, including Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Paul Lawrie

The 144th Open Championship resumes on day two at St Andrews with all eyes on Dustin Johnson who leads the way on -7 after a ...

Syria airstrikes: UK military pilots 'have taken part in action against Isis'

British pilots who are embedded within US and Canada-led coalition forces have taken part in airstrikes over Syria. The BBC reports that UK personnel have already ...

Syria airstrikes: British pilots 'have taken part in military action against Isis'

British pilots who are embedded within US and Canada-led coalition forces have taken part in airstrikes over Syria. The BBC reports that UK personnel have already ...

Debenhams partnership in peril as Mike Ashley 'does a Ratner'

Mike Ashley has launched a bizarre attack on Debenhams, calling the business “crap” even though he presides over a partnership between the department store group ...

Bank of England tells Barclays deputy chairman Sir Mike Rake to stay as 'counterweight' to interim boss John McFarlane

The Bank of England has demanded that Barclays deputy chairman Sir Mike Rake delay his planned departure amid concerns that temporary boss John McFarlane will ...

Non-food chief quits unexpectedly at Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer is in turmoil as the highly respected chief of its struggling non-food division unexpectedly quit. John Dixon had been tipped for the top ...

Openreach could go its own way, Ofcom tells BT

BT could be forced to break itself up and spin off the business that sells wholesale network services to its competitors, the telecoms regulator has ...

In and out and round the houses: a very British club awaits its latest incarnation

Cambridge House in Piccadilly, the former home of the “In and Out Club”, is set to host another watering hole after an application was lodged ...