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Marks & Spencer pulls out of Russia permanently

The retail giant previously said complex franchise agreements prevented it from leaving completely.

Shell consultant quits and accuses firm of 'extreme harms'

Caroline Dennett's post on the professional networking platform LinkedIn has more than 10,000 likes.

Cost of living: Government plan to help households could come within days

Measures could be announced as soon as Thursday after growing pressure on Downing Street, the BBC learns.

'I change how I look and talk to fit in at work'

Two thirds of women of colour in UK workplaces say they change themselves to fit in, a report says.

Klitschko brothers urge Europe to stay strong for Ukraine

The champion boxer brothers visit World Economic Forum in Davos to urge support for Ukraine.

US closes loophole for Russian debt payments

The move by the US Treasury Department could push Russia closer to default.

Rail strike: RMT union votes for national action

RMT members vote in favour of strike action across Network Rail and 13 train operating companies.

Mining giant pleads guilty to UK bribery charges

Glencore's UK subsidiary pleads guilty to bribery in London, while the firm resolves similar US claims for $1bn.

Energy price cap: Typical energy bill set to rise by £800 a year in October

Industry regulator Ofgem warns households that they should expect higher energy bills this winter.

Energy firms warn against extending windfall tax to renewables

Applying a windfall tax to renewable energy could threaten the government's energy strategy, sources say.

Government borrowing lower than expected in April

One analyst says the figures put pressure on the chancellor to give more support for households.

Could hydrogen ease Germany's reliance on Russian gas?

Why hydrogen might be one route for Germany to move away from dependence on Russian imports.

Why chicken is getting more and more expensive

We follow a chicken from farm to supermarket shelf to see how costs are building up at every stage.

Cost of living: Rise in food export curbs sparks concerns

Malaysia has become the latest country in Asia to cut food exports to keep prices down at home.

One in five employees expect to change jobs this year

Workers in the UK continue to look for better pay and conditions as bosses struggle to recruit.