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‘I think it’s our gas bill’
Nuclear-capable ‘glide vehicle’ raises US fears that Beijing is developing new generation of arms
Third-quarter net profit at electric carmaker hit $1.6bn as it captured growing mainstream market
‘Substantial’ risk to politicians after Amess killing, say intelligence analysts
Survey adds to evidence that labour shortages are fuelling widespread wage growth
From Hilary Cooper, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK
Call for urgent review of price cap as wholesale spike threatens more supplier collapses
Consumers query amount of water used, accuracy of charges and handling of debt recovery
From CY Leung, Former Chief Executive, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Hong Kong
From Mark Frankcom, Westlake Village, CA, US
From Judith Martin, Winchester, Hampshire, UK
From David E Rutter, Founder and Chief Executive, R3, Former Chief Executive, ICAP, London EC2, UK
From Stephen Horwitz, Bethesda, MD, US
Adam Neumann retains 11% stake in shared office space company two years after his resignation
People at high risk of catching coronavirus can now receive any of three vaccines authorised by US health agency
An article on October 20 containing a comment criticising the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority for not taking action against Credit Suisse over the bank’s role in the Mozambique “tuna bonds” scandal went to press before the FCA announced its own settlement with the bank, including a $200m fine
The Nigerian company Alsaa Gas & Shipping was wrongly named as Alsaa Petroleum & Shipping in an article on October 11.
Plus, Jack Ma spotted in Spain and PayPal in talks with Pinterest on takeover
Accord could ‘pave the way’ to joining trans-Pacific bloc but is unlikely to boost GDP
Consumer goods groups Nestlé and Procter & Gamble report price increases
Approach comes as online payments company uses strong stock price to pursue acquisitions
Health secretary urges people to get booster jabs to avoid fresh restrictions