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£225m black hole may stall the completion of giant Cumbria nuclear plant 

The future of Moorside, one of Britain’s three big nuclear projects, was thrown into doubt last night after it emerged that cash-strapped Toshiba and its partner Engie needed to find £225 million in the next two years to fund its preparation. The Cumbria

yesterday, 20:58 in Business
 

Driving to success! Profits double to £6.1M at posh motorway services firm supported by Prince Charles

Britain's poshest motorway services firm, whose latest site was opened by Prince Charles, has seen its profit double in the past year as travellers lap up its home-made food. Westmorland, the family-owned firm that runs Tebay Services on the M6 in Cumbri

yesterday, 20:58 in Business
 

Digital tax shock as 65% of firms lack accounting software 

Government plans to make all businesses file tax returns electronically every three months face an uphill struggle – with two-thirds of small businesses not even using accounting software to manage their finances. The finding emerged in a study by UK200G

yesterday, 20:58 in Business
 

New stage for Tour de France star Mark Cavendish as he invests 'six figure sum' in sports supplement firm

British cycling Olympian and Tour de France star Mark Cavendish, has invested hundreds of thousands of pounds in fast-growing food manufacturer Science in Sport as the company plans a sales drive into Europe. Cavendish, who will also launch a new product

yesterday, 20:58 in Business
 

Don’t want to be tied to a contract? How you can cut bills on pay as you go for phones, TV and even ART

If you are exasperated with being tied into a lengthy contract for a product or service, do not despair. There is a way to live without being tethered to your provider. It is called ‘pay as you go’, an option which is finding favour across all age groups

yesterday, 20:58 in Business
 

How to go further with your holiday pound by hitting Japan, Malaysia and Mexico

Japan, Malaysia and Mexico are tipped as attractive destinations for British travellers keen this year to squeeze more value from their spending money. All three offer more local currency for your pound compared with popular destinations, such as France

yesterday, 20:58 in Business
 

A Lombard St address, a smart website... and £2,500 up in smoke: TONY HETHERINGTON investigates

Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday's ace investigator, fighting readers corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those who have been left out-of-pocket. Find out how to contact him below.  G.P. write

yesterday, 20:58 in Business
 

Save yourself from the clutches of inflation with our eight-point guide for the savvy shopper

Relentless pressure on the pound is pushing up shopping bills for families, with inflation climbing to 1.8 per cent. Food prices are being hiked for the first time since 2014 and a host of household staples, from Marmite to Nescafe, are becoming more exp

yesterday, 20:58 in Business
 

Fight for justice... using your home cover: How workers are able to pay tribunal fees using their insurance

Workers reluctant to take action against employers over discrimination or unfair dismissal because of unaffordable legal costs could unwittingly be sitting on insurance designed to meet these bills. Fewer people are taking claims to employment tribunals

yesterday, 20:58 in Business
 

SARASIN FOOD AND AGRICULTURE OPPORTUNITIES: From salmon to chocolate, the fund with a taste for success

Rising food prices are bad news for households, eating into their budgets at a time when wage growth is minimal.  So last week’s news that inflation, spurred on by higher fuel and food prices, is at its highest since June 2014 will be greeted with dismay

yesterday, 20:58 in Business
 

Chelsea's Diego edges out Helder in battle of the Costas but Wolves winger showed why he is attracting top...

Chelsea's Costa edged this contest with his namesake from Wolves but it was fitting that after the final whistle the pair came together to share a few words. Presumably speaking in their Portuguese mother tongues, Diego Costa and Helder Costa chatted war

yesterday, 20:36 in Sport
 

Millwall's giant-killing FA Cup victory marred by crowd trouble as hundreds of fans invade pitch after...

Millwall's rousing victory over Leicester City was marred by crowd trouble on Saturday when hundreds of home fans invaded the pitch at The Den after the final whistle and massed in front of the away supporters, hurling missiles into the stand behind the

yesterday, 20:14 in Sport
 

Champion Hurdle contender Yanworth extends unbeaten run but fails to impress at Wincaton 

The odds of leading Champion Hurdle contender Yanworth lengthened with some bookmakers after he was made to work hard to take his unbeaten run to three this season with a narrow success in the Betway Kingwell Hurdle at Wincanton. Paddy Power pushed the A

yesterday, 19:59 in Sport
 

Record-breaking Molineux and Diego stealing Helder Costa's thunder: six things you missed from Chelsea's FA...

Chelsea kept alive their hopes of a domestic double as they marched with ease into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup on Saturday. Second-half strikes from Spanish pair Pedro and Diego Costa gave Antonio Conte's side a 2-0 win as Championship side Wolves w

yesterday, 19:59 in Sport
 

Wolves 0-2 Chelsea: Pedro and Diego Costa secure FA Cup progress for Antonio Conte's side as the Spain...

It had all the ingredients: a famous old ground packed and passionate; a Championship side buoyed by two previous Premier League scalps playing well above themselves again; and the Premier League leaders, with seven changes made and their eyes seemingly

yesterday, 19:35 in Sport
 


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