Barry Humphries as Dame Edna

Comedy review: Barry Humphries' Farewell Tour- 'an uproarious last hurrah'

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Cashless is the future. Small businesses must adapt or pay the price

The ‘customer is always right’ proverb fits perfectly with this cashless debate

Anxiety caused by fear of flying causes 3.5 per cent of in-flight emergencies

Use of in-flight electronics approved during take-off and landing by European regulator

Europe's air safety agency has approved the use of electronic devices ahead of take-off and landing, which will allow users to keep their devices switched on.

Mohammed Ahmed Mohamed is believed to have links to the Somali group al-Shabaab

TPim restrictions on terror suspects to be tightened after burka escape

The restrictions on terror suspects are to be tightened after an Islamist extremist escaped from the security services when he walked out of a mosque disguised in a burka.

Snooping on ordinary citizens by American and European spy agencies ‘in breach of European law’

American and European spy agencies which snoop on ordinary citizens could be in breach of European law, a report presented to MEPs has said.

Milton Keynes introducing driverless public transport pods by 2017

Electric, two-passenger vehicles will run from the train station, ferrying passengers at 12mph for £2 a journey

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 5 November 2013

Jones given £22m boost from LDC

The Business Matrix: Monday 4 November 2013

Lineker’s firm in discount drive

The Business Matrix: Saturday 2 November 2013

‘Sluggish’ Nissan cuts profits forecast

The Business Matrix: Friday 1 November 2013

Busy Bees hived off to Canada

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Miu Miu to launch perfumes in 2015

The Business Matrix: Wednesday 30 October 2013

Tata to cut up to 500 British jobs

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 29 October 2013

IHG suffers a black September

The Business Matrix: Monday 28 October 2013

Wizard windfall for Merlin bosses

The Business Matrix: Saturday 26 October 2013

Unions seek pledge on Qatar

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