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Sainsbury's to cut 2000 jobs across UK
Sainsbury's job cuts: all the big supermarket chains have announced plans to reduce costs as they try to compete with Aldi and Lidl.
Sainsbury's to cut 2000 jobs in cost-saving drive  
Sainsbury's to slash 2000 jobs in cost cutting drive  
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Bank of England policymakers wrong foot currency traders with comments suggesting there may only be one interest rate rise despite rising inflation.
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