Local government in England will be able to keep the money they raise through business rates to spend on local government services, under plans announced by UK chancellor George Osborne.
The ban on the use by UK financial services firms of pre-ticked boxes and other opt-out methods of selling additional 'add-ons' with purchases of regulated financial products will come into force on 1 April 2016, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed....
The European Commission has contacted more than 2,000 businesses in an information-gathering exercise that is part of a broad inquiry into competition in the e-commerce sector, a senior EU official has said.
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