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Why do UK economic forecasts look so shockingly bad? Is Brexit the only reason?
Has the UK's economic outlook really suddenly become very much worse - or has this reckoning been coming for some time? And is there any way out of this mess?
Town halls attack Hammond's plans to boost housebuilding  Financial Times
Reaction: industry divided over Hammond's Budget  Architects' Journal
BBC News  
Black Friday is 'bonkers' for retailers
Wallets will be feeling a bit lighter this weekend as shoppers turn out in search of a bargain ahead of Christmas. It's estimated that �10bn could be spent in the UK over the Black Friday period, �2.5bn in a single day.
Black Friday Is Eating Itself (Even in Britain)  Bloomberg
Black Friday bargains galore around the globe  euronews
North East apprentices bucking the trend as more youngsters secure long-term ...
Figures released recently showed a worrying national trend with regards to apprenticeships, with a 61% decline in apprenticeships across the UK.
Apprenticeship levy behind 60pc collapse in number of people starting ...
Calls for change to apprenticeships after numbers fall by 59%  The Guardian
Centrica investors blindsided by America woes
Having watched the value of their holdings in the UK's biggest energy supplier fall 30 per cent this year - as the company battled a tough home market - they now have a fresh problem: North America.
Centrica shares plunge to 14-year low after customer exodus  Belfast Telegraph
British Gas losing 7000 customers every day after 12.5% energy price hike
Topshop kick off their Black Friday 2017 deals with up to 50% off - plus this ...
One of Britain's favourite high street stores, Topshop, has finally kicked off their Black Friday deals. Shoppers are being treated to up to half price savings across different categories.
Toys R Us have launched their Black Friday 2017 sale including Barbie and ...  Gloucestershire Live
The best Smyths Black Friday deals on Lego, kids bikes, toys and more  Get Surrey
UK economy expands by 0.4% in third quarter but on track for worst annual ...
The UK economy expanded slightly faster in the three months to September than in the previous quarter of the year - but Britain is still on track to suffer its worst annual growth performance since the depths of the recession, official figures show ...
UK services growth falls to 4-year low but private consumption rebounds  Financial Times
Household spending leads modest British economic growth  Xinhua
Bank of England pays men 25% more than women, says report
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney says he's confident men and women are paid equally for doing the same job. Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters.
Bank of England pays male staff a quarter more than women  BBC News
Bank of England pay gap caused by shortage of women in senior roles  Belfast Telegraph
ink! Coffee shop vandalized after their controversial gentrification sign
DENVER - A coffee shop in Five Points was found vandalized on Thursday morning after a controversial sign outside the store rapidly spread across social media the day before.
Ink! Coffee shop vandalized after controversial sign  FOX31 Denver
It's a sign: Ink! Coffee shop sign says they're 'happily ...  Denver Business Journal
Ian Marchant appointed to clean up Thames Water
Ian Marchant, the energy boss who was at the centre of one of his industry's biggest mis-selling scandals, has been brought in to clean up the corporate governance failings at Thames Water.
Thames Water promises to close Cayman Islands subsidiaries  Financial Times
Thames Water to shut Cayman Islands subsidiaries under new chairman  The Guardian
Shake-up in advertising of broadband speeds after consumer backlash
The move follows a backlash by consumers about the speed of their broadband connection not being as quick as advertised. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA.
Broadband firms must ditch 'misleading' speed ads  BBC News
Advertising watchdog cracks down on misleading broadband speed claims from ...  The Independent