5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Monday 15th April 2019
Justin Waite
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05:06, 15th April 2019

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Monday 15th April 2019

5. Drinks giant Diageo has announced that it is removing plastic from multipacks of its drinks including Guinness.

Its part of their £16m initiative which sees its multi-can packs sold in "100% recyclable and biodegradable cardboard".

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4. Debenhams boss Sergio Bucher is expected to step down following the struggling department store chain's recent takeover by its lenders.

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3. British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt will seek to reassure Japanese carmaker Toyota today, that the government is focused on avoiding a no-deal exit from the European Union and ensuring tariff-free trade between Britain and the EU.

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2. TSB has become the first UK bank to pledge to refund customers who fall victim to any type of fraud.

The move comes as the bank tries to rebuild its image after an IT meltdown last April left 1.9 million customers unable to access their own money.

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1. A growing number of large British-based businesses are prioritizing cashflow, fearing a downturn, as their view of the long-term economic impact of Brexit has darkened to its most negative so far, accountancy firm Deloitte said today.

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