Theresa May has called for Jeremy Corbyn to “put their differences aside” and agree a Brexit deal, saying they should “listen to what vioter said” after Conservative and Labour suffered losses in local elections.

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Grant Thornton UK’s chief executive David Dunckley told fellow bosses at a meeting this week that the firm had not yet decided whether it would resume tendering for FTSE-350 audit clients in the wake of a key report by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), according to Sky News.

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The biggest overhaul of Companies House in 170 years is to be undertaken after the corporate register is found to be easy prey for criminals.