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Greggs is making more use of centralised bakeries, letting stores get on with selling meal deals, healthier sandwiches and coffee
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Andrea Leadsom came to public attention for her questioning of Barclays’ Bob Diamond
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Germany and Greece succeeded in agreeing on a breakthrough of a four-month bailout extension
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MPs will publish recommendations aimed at improving small business productivity this week
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