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Clothes are displayed at a Marks and Spencer store in central London, Britain

No British retailer seems immune from pressures of online as Marks & Spencer and now Tesco close stores and websites, but is this really the death knell for bricks and mortar shops?
Barclays bank old hanging street sign and modern logo next to it

The Financial Times has published an exclusive report in which it claims two sources have stated directors from Barclays and Standard Charter met in order to discuss the possibility of a merger.
Britains Prince Harry Duke of Sussex and Meghan Duchess of Sussex exit St Georges Chapel in Windsor Castle after their royal wedding ceremony in Windsor Britain

Guests at the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle received gift bags full of goodies, many of which have been sold on eBay for startlingly high sums.
Fortnite box as displayed on our Xbox

The developers of Fortnite, the hugely popular apocalyptic survival video game, have announced a $100m prize fund up for grabs to the game’s best players. It is believed to be the biggest sum of money ever on offer for an e-sports tournament.
A man walks past an exchange bureau advertisement showing images of the US dollar in Cairo

A new UK Finance report shows that consumers are increasingly reliant on smartphones to conduct their regular banking tasks and a CACI report believes there will be more mobile than PC banking in 2019.
A shopper browses an aisle of a Tesco supermarket store

Tesco’s latest effort to end edible food waste has involved eliminating best before dates from almost 70 fruits and vegetables, following an NFWI report suggesting people misinterpret those labels.
An ashtray filled with cigarette butts is seen in front of a board showing currency exchange rates of the US dollar and euro against rouble in Moscow

The Commons foreign affairs committee published a report titled Moscow's Gold: Russian Corruption in the UK accusing the government of allowing Russian “dirty money” in London.

An NSPCC survey revealed that Facebook, YouTube, and Grand Theft Auto: San Antonio are among the worst online offenders in exposing kids to adult subject matter.
The National Crime Agency headquarters in London

The National Crime agency partnered with other law enforcement agencies for an assessment determining that crime could skyrocket following Brexit, including money laundering and organised crime.
The Catspad smart pet assistant with the ability to remotely schedule and control food portions is displayed during CES Unveiled at the 2018 CES in Las Vegas

As a nation, the United Kingdom loves to treat their pets. From stylish dog beds to gourmet treats, grooming products to feline fitness trackers, the market for pet products is booming.