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Jamie Oliver suffers fresh blow as Barbecoa owner heads for chop
Jamie Oliver is scrambling to salvage part of of his failed steak chain Barbecoa via a controversial pre-packaged deal with administrators.
Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa Piccadilly crashes into administration but St ...  City A.M.
Jamie gets burnt but pulls one eaterie out of the fire  The Times  
Chicken shortage shuts majority of KFC branches in UK
Almost two-thirds* of the UK branches of fast food outlet KFC remained closed on Monday due to a shortage of chicken, after “operational issues” less than a week into a new distribution contract with DHL left deliveries “incomplete or delayed”.
Chicken chaos as KFC closes outlets  BBC News
KFC chicken shortage forces stores to close across the UK
Plumbing firm's appeal over worker's status to be heard at Supreme Court
Pimlico Plumbers said the hearing will have 'significant ramifications' on employment law for a number of industries. Press Association.
Key gig economy case reaches Supreme Court  BBC News
HSBC annual revenues rise as pre-tax profits near $21bn in 2017
Bucking a years-long decline in annual revenues, HSBC said on Tuesday that it brought in $51.5bn in adjusted revenues, a 5 per cent increase on the year before but still below a consensus of analysts.
Europe's largest bank sees reported profit rise more than 140 percent in ...  CNBC
Gulliver Ends HSBC Tenure With Rare Profit Miss on Margins  Bloomberg
Collapse of Derby firm Russell Hume blamed on Food Standards Agency
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Meat supplier Russell Hume hits out at FSA over company's collapse  Belfast Telegraph
Meat Supplier Russel Hume Collapses into Administration  Finance News (press release)
UK charities warn on high debt levels among mental health patients
Thousands of patients hospitalised for mental illness in England are in debt, with many facing pressure from creditors that exacerbates distress and increases the risk of suicide, say mental health charities calling for a new debt-respite scheme to ...
Debtors facing mental health problems need 'breathing space'  BBC News
Martin Lewis: Stop hounding mental health patients over debts  iNews
Deeper scandal at Carillion was Pension Regulator's inaction
The Pensions Regulator chief wrote to the MP Frank Field explaining why a schedule of pension contributions was not imposed on Carillion.
Carillion directors accused of being 'contemptuous' over pension ...
Carillion trustees alerted watchdog twice over pensions shortfall  Financial Times
Troubled electronics chain Maplin in talks to find buyer
One of the UK's biggest electronics retailers is racing to find a buyer in an effort to save the business from administration.
Maplin struggles to stay afloat as 2500 shop staff jobs at the electronics ...  Daily Mail
Maplin seeks buyer to stave off collapse  The Times
'Important milestone': National Grid eyes up ultra-rapid motorway EV charging ...
National Grid is exploring the possibility of rolling out a superfast charging network across the UK's major motorways that is directly connected to the transmission system, according to reports.
National Grid vehicle charging plans could see us all getting electric cars
Palmer & Harvey disruption a 'short-term issue' insists McColl's boss after ...
The chief executive of convenience store chain McColl's has insisted the businesses is “in a much better position” than a year ago after its share price dropped as much as 11pc following a warning its sales had been knocked by the collapse of ...
McColl's shares fall as stores continue to suffer from Palmer & ...  Belfast Telegraph
McColl's share price plummets amid P&H fallout concerns and ...  City A.M.