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The Guardian 11/2

Michael Gove has told businesses that trade with Europe they need to prepare for “significant change” with “inevitable” border checks for “almost everybody” who imports from the EU from next year.

Lloyd’s of London has appointed the former Virgin Money chief executive Jayne-Anne Gadhia to help oversee a cultural overhaul at the insurance market after it was rocked by bullying and harassment allegations last year.

Shares in Intu Properties (INTU) jumped on Monday after the company behind shopping centres including the Trafford Centre in Manchester and Lakeside in Essex confirmed it is in talks with investors over an emergency cash call.

Waitrose is to launch thousands of new and revamped products in the coming months as the battle for the hearts and minds of Ocado shoppers moves up a gear.

Staff working at the British Museum in London have joined calls for its management to ditch its sponsorship deal with the oil company BP (BP.) after a weekend of protests.


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