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Slow start . . . but Black Friday spending hits �1.5bn online
Britons opened their wallets for Black Friday, spending a record amount by the end of the day despite a slow start. By 5pm Barclaycard, which processes nearly half of all debit and credit card transactions in the UK, had recorded a 32 per cent increase ...
Black Friday spending soars 7pc despite retailers launching deals early  
Black Friday sales bonanza set to hit a record  
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In his first Autumn Budget, Philip Hammond delivered a speech clearly designed to distract from the dire economic news with a stream of jokes that were nearly as bad.
The John Lewis store on London's Oxford Street at 8am on Black Friday: few shoppers were evident. Photograph: Matthew Chattle/Rex/Shutterstock.
Mike Ashley has told Sports Direct board members to pay �11million he believes is owed to his brother. Ashley claims his older brother John has been underpaid millions for work he did while employed as the firm's head of IT.
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