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The government has recorded a slightly bigger than expected budget deficit in June, even though borrowing over the first three months of the financial year was seen as being the lowest since 2007.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported in June the budget deficit stood at £5.394 billion, which was better than compared to over a year ago where it was £6.239 billion.
Google is set to be fined by the European Commission (EC) after they claimed that the US tech giant’s mobile device strategy unfairly strengthened its dominance of search.
The fine could be up to 10% of the annual revenue made by the group, which amounts $11.1 billion (£8.5 billion). Additionally, they may be forced to unbundle their Android from Chrome and other Google services.
Approximately 1,000 Tesco employees are taking part in legally challenging Tesco for equal pay, which means the company, could have to pay out about £4 billion.
Majority of the shop floor workers at their stores are female and it is claimed that they are being paid as much as £3 an hour less than their colleagues.
Warehouse staff at Tesco earn about £8.50 an hour increasing to more than £11 an hour, while the store staff have a basic pay of about £8 an hour.
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