Sport Lizzy Yarnold kisses her trophy after being crowned the women's skeleton world champion near Koenigssee, southern Germany

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Travelport's 5% wage cuts are disgraceful, says union

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Serco joins list of firms tipped to bid for UK Atomic Energy Authority

Serco, the FTSE100 aviation-to-science service conglomerate, is the latest name tipped to bid for the £50m UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA). The Government announced plans to privatise the nuclear clean-up business last week, and British groups VT and Amec plus US giants CHM Hill and Fluor are also expected to look at UKAEA. A source said a general "shortage of nuclear engineers" would make UKAEA attractive.

Willis Building is full up

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Bowman's cautious tone fails to impress Smiths Group investors

Philip Bowman failed to impress in his maiden trading statement as the head of Smiths Group as investors sent the engineering conglomerate's shares plummeting on news of continued weakness in its medical division.

Ryan condemns use of uncontested scrums as Gloucester edge home

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