The Bank of England struck a dovish tone on interest rates on Thursday, raising the prospect for the first time it might seek to cut interest rates if Brexit uncertainty persisted in a weak global economy.
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More than a million workers in Britain do not receive any of the holiday pay they are guaranteed by law, according to a report exposing the scale of violations in the UK jobs market. According to analysis