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  1. Paula Vennells to leave her role at Dunelm days after 39 postmasters saw their convictions quashed. View the full article
  2. Analysis: Provident Financial faces FCA probe and a £65m complaints redress scheme View the full article
  3. Ministers have confirmed that consumers will have a right to repair on appliances they buy. Manufacturers will be legally obliged to make spare parts for products available to consumers for the first time – a new legal right for repairs. The aim of the new rules is to extend the lifespan of products by up to 10 years, and officials estimate that higher energy efficiency standards will save consumers an average of £75 a year on bills over their lifetimes. View the full article
  4. An explosion in fitness tech means not everyone will be rushing back to gyms when they can reopen. View the full article
  5. Britain’s biggest supermarket has reportedly given suppliers until 10 July to agree price cuts. View the full article
  6. As Yo! Sushi prepares to reopen some restaurants in England, it has had to adapt its conveyor belt system. View the full article
  7. Pubs in England are allowed to reopen from Saturday, but some venues are keeping their doors shut. View the full article
  8. Air France-KLM plans thousands of job cuts at its French arm as the air industry reels from the pandemic. View the full article
  9. Proud sponsors of the disabled parking Baywatch campaign 2020 View the full article
  10. Staff in Singapore’s hotels are preparing for a very different kind of summer season. View the full article
  11. A government-backed group is set to pull broadband firm out of bankruptcy to help deliver sat-nav system. View the full article
  12. Fraudsters are using the details of firms we authorise to try to convince people that they work for a genuine, authorised firm. Find out more about this ‘clone firm’. View the full article
  13. As people in England get the green light to go abroad again, here's a look at what's in store for travellers. View the full article
  14. FedEx has told the Washington DC-based American football team to change its controversial name. View the full article
  15. Following an investigation by the CMA, Sykes Cottages has reversed its policy on cancelled bookings and will now offer customers full refunds. View the full article
  16. This joint warning comes as the CMA and various trade associations remain concerned that some retailers have been raising prices unfairly. View the full article
  17. FCO warning lifted and quarantine rules removed for Spain, France and 48 other countries from 10 July, but you might still be banned View the full article
  18. The social media platform along with JPMorgan are the latest firms to address their internal language. View the full article
  19. Arrivals to England from Germany and Italy will also no longer need to isolate, ministers confirm. View the full article
  20. After a near shutdown during lockdown the country's airports are operating dozens of overseas routes again. View the full article
  21. An advertising boycott wants Facebook to do more about hate speech and misinformation. View the full article
  22. An advertising boycott wants Facebook to do more about hate speech and misinformation. View the full article
  23. The ex-soldier and his son are held in the US for allegedly helping the ex-Nissan boss flee Japan. View the full article
  24. How open map data is filling in the world's missing maps and helping trace the spread of disease. View the full article
  25. One-sixth of homeowners have taken a mortgage holiday and it could affect their ability to borrow money. View the full article
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