Sept 21 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The Times

– Wheaton Precious Metals Corp is planning a secondary listing on the main market in London alongside its existing listings in Canada, where it is based, and in New York. (https://bit.ly/33KL4fZ)

– Former British minister Liam Fox has said the government’s plans to tear up elements of the withdrawal agreement “could not have been more ill thought out”. (https://bit.ly/30bvXvp)

The Guardian

– Britain’s most senior government scientists will make a direct appeal to the public on Monday, warning that the coronavirus trend is “heading in the wrong direction” and “a critical point has been reached.” (https://bit.ly/2FXw2v3)

– Downing Street has taken control of the upcoming review of gambling legislation, due to be launched within weeks, amid a growing

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Sept 14 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The Times

– Ministers should block the $40 billion sale of Arm Holdings to protect Britain’s technology industry and prevent the country becoming more dependent on the United States, according to one of its founders. https://bit.ly/35F27Tc

– British and European leaders have just weeks to save the car industry from the “devastating” impact of a no-deal Brexit, carmakers from across the continent have warned. https://bit.ly/2GYnXXK

The Guardian

– Nimax Theatres will reopen all six of its West End venues from October for a season of socially distanced shows. https://bit.ly/3kcpLdZ

– The government’s coronavirus testing programme is dealing with a backlog of 185,000 swabs, with tests being sent to Italy and Germany as local labs are overwhelmed. https://bit.ly/3mgneBj

The Telegraph

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Aug 19 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The Times

– Amazon.com Inc is stepping up its assault on the British food market by putting Wm Morrison Supermarkets plc on its main website, giving millions more customers access to free same-day deliveries. https://bit.ly/34bsoYI

– Travelodge has escalated its campaign to dissuade disgruntled landlords from defecting to rival operators by threatening to remove all the carpets, kettles and beds from its hotels. https://bit.ly/3aG4y8S

The Guardian

– Marks and Spencer Group Plc is to cut 7,000 jobs over the next three months in a new round of redundancies as the retailer slashes costs and overhauls the way the business is run during the coronavirus pandemic. https://bit.ly/3iWT8jZ

– Norway’s sovereign wealth fund—the world’s largest—made a loss of 16 billion pounds ($21.20

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Aug 17 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The Times

The heads of the vaccine businesses at GlaxoSmithKline Plc and Sanofi SA, which are developing a COVID-19 vaccine together, said that “rapid progress” was being made in the battle to treat the disease, but that collaboration and protecting as many people as possible were more important than being first. https://bit.ly/31Xgten

The housing market had its busiest month for at least a decade in July as the value of property sales reached a record 37 billion pounds ($48.47 billion), according to property website Rightmove. https://bit.ly/2FoL8tm

The Guardian

Sir Cameron Mackintosh, the West End producer of Les Misérables and Hamilton, has made about 200 employees redundant in the latest blow to the theatre industry. https://bit.ly/2Yo7CSb

Serco Group Plc, the company

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