5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Monday 11th March 2019
Justin Waite
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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Monday 11th March 2019

5. China's aviation regulator ordered local airlines to halt Boeing 737 Max 8 flights in light of the deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash, which used the same model.

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4. Businesses looking to secure public sector contracts will need to do more to help improve society, the UK government is set to announce.

Ministers want firms to tackle issues like modern slavery and climate change.

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3. The Bank of England has told some UK lenders to triple the amount of easy-to-sell assets they hold to help them weather any no-deal Brexit crisis.

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2. The ebb and flow of jobs and businesses being created and destroyed, is showing a pattern associated with the onset of recession.

Start-up businesses contributed roughly 1 million jobs in 2018, cancelling out a net 613,000 drop in employment across established companies, a pattern unlikely to be sustained.

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1. Brexit talks between the UK and the EU remain deadlocked, Downing Street has said just a day before MPs are due to vote again on Theresa May's deal.

Mrs May spoke to European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker on Sunday night after a weekend of negotiations failed to find a breakthrough.

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