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12:54
London attack: Police name fourth victim; make 2 'significant' arrests
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Police have named the fourth victim of Wednesday's terror attack in Westminster as Leslie Rhodes, from the London suburb of Streatham.

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12:19
UKIP at war again as backer Banks demands cash refund
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Britain's United Kingdom Independence Party found itself at the centre of another storm on Friday as one of its most prominent donors demanded his money back.

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10:58
Land Securities confirms talks with Deutsche Bank on London HQ
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Land Securities confirmed it was in discussions with Deutsche Bank on pre-letting a site for the German banking giant's London headquarters.

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08:42
Electra shareholders to share in £1bn divi payout
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Shareholders in private equity outfit Electra are about to share in a massive £1bn dividend payout, the company announced on Friday.

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23 Mar
Belgian police arrest Frenchmen trying to drive into Antwerp crowd

Belgian police arrested Frenchman on Thursday after he tried to drive into a crowd at high-speed in a shopping area in Antwerp at around 11am, local police said.

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23 Mar
EU summons Turkey delegate to explain Erdogan 'threat' towards Europeans
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The European Union has summoned Turkey's ambassador to explain what appeared to be threatening remarks by its president Recep Tayyip Erdogan towards European citizens.

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23 Mar
London attack: Dead terrorist named as UK-born Khalid Masood
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UK police have named the man responsible for the terrorist attack in Westminster on Wednesday as British-born Khalid Masood.

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23 Mar
FTSE 100 movers: Next cuts a dash in dull market
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Clothes retailer Next led the FTSE 100 risers despite reporting underlying pre-tax profits fell 3. 8% to £790. 2m last year and warned 2017 will be "another tough year" due to a shift away from spending on clothing and a squeeze on UK wages.

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23 Mar
London attack: Policeman among 4 dead in Westminster outrage
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Four people, including a policeman, were killed on Wednesday after a terrorist mowed down pedestrians in a car before attempting to continue his rampage inside the Palace of Westminster, police said.

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23 Mar
Renewables Group in £50m placing; talks on new UK projects
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The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) said it planned to raise £50m through a share issue to fund new project acquisitions.

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23 Mar
Electra sells remaining stake in Allflex for £70.3m
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Electra Private Equity said it had sold its remaining stake in Allflex Corporation to an existing shareholder for £70. 3m.

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23 Mar
LondonMetric in £97m placing to fund new deals
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LondonMetric Property unveiled a £97m placing on Thursday to fund the acquisition of “last mile" assets, along with a series of warehouse deals that the cash will be spent on.

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22 Mar
FTSE 100 movers: Kingfisher slumps; miners shine
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Kingfisher slumped after its annual results beat the City's profit forecasts thanks to strong growth from its Screwfix chain, but the company sounded a cautious note on its outlook.

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22 Mar
UK bank cheques to clear within 24 hours by 2018
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Britain's antiquated cheque clearing system will finally enter the 21st century later this year when new imaging technology will allow them to clear within a day instead of the current six.

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22 Mar
Hermes posts €1.1bn full profit as handbags, saddlery soar
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Posh handbag maker Hermes said net full year profits rose 13% to €1. 1bn, with “remarkable” growth in its leather goods and saddlery division.

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22 Mar
Thames Water fined record £20m for pumping sewage into rivers
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Thames Water was fined a record £20m on Wednesday after pumping 1. 4bn litres of raw sewage into the River Thames.

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22 Mar
Ferrexpo dividend makes a comeback as profits leap
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Iron ore miner Ferrexpo said it was resuming dividend payments after increasing net cash flows by more than 1. 5 times to $332m.

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22 Mar
Softcat celebrates strong interims as customer numbers jump
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IT infrastructure provider Softcat said interim pre-tax profits rose to £20. 9m from £15. 4m on the back of a 28. 9% jump in revenues to £378. 5m thanks to double-digit growth in software, hardware and services.

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21 Mar
Green could receive £15m refund from BHS pension deal - MPs
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Philip Green could get back up to £15m of his £363m payment into the pension scheme of collapsed retailer BHS, MPs said on Tuesday.

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21 Mar
UK banks 'handled vast sums of laundered cash' - report
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Britain’s high street banks processed nearly $740m from a money-laundering operation run by Russian criminals with links to the Russian government and former domestic KGB spy service, the Guardian newspaper reported, citing documents it had seen.

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