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The supermarket chain says it wants to give a better reflection of ethnic diversity.
Countrywide and LSL confirm reports that they are in talks about a possible tie-up.
Investors are flocking to the precious metal and jettisoning shares as the virus continues to spread.
Crown Resorts is facing an inquiry into alleged links to organised crime and money laundering.
Prolonged shutdowns for businesses in China are bringing many firms to the brink of survival.
Statistics show a big rise in the number of middle-aged people renting their homes, rather than owning them.
Taxpayers are facing a £346m bill after a spate of high-profile business failures on the High Street.
Campaigning group, Fairtrade, is calling on the government to back a new global equality initiative.
News Group Newspapers still paying out millions over phone-hacking scandal.
Renters speak of struggling to get on the property ladder, amid a shortage of over one million homes.
Methane is being extracted from Lake Kivu in Rwanda to generate electricity.
The French president's doubts come as the UK government is set to publish its demands.
The Ryanair boss says Muslim men should be profiled at airports because "that is where the threat is".
Waitrose has been rated the best UK in-store supermarket again in Which?'s annual supermarket satisfaction survey.
Ofcom is asking why broadband firms charge people to keep old email addresses after switching providers.
French President Emmanuel Macron said the deadlock showed "we don't need Britain to show disunity".
Pressure to hit sales goals led Wells Fargo staff to create fake accounts and collect extra fees.
An application to trademark the Sussex Royal brand has also been removed, a spokesperson for the couple says.
Activity fell last month for the first time since 2013, according to a closely watched survey.
Steve Coogan plays "a larger-than-life" businessman in the movie.
Landlords are sharing the pain felt on the High Street, and it has shown up in their share prices.