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Pandemic-driven delays cause summer goods shortage in the UK | Money Talks

The UK is experiencing shortages in summer essentials such as garden furniture, outdoor toys and camping equipment. Shipping lines have been disrupted by the pandemic and then made worse by the Suez blockage in March causing long delays and soaring prices. It's a headache for customers waiting for their orders, but it's also a challenge for retailers. Not only have their margins taken a hit, but they could find themselves priced out of the market. Natalie Powell has more. #ContainerShortages #UKsummer #ShippingDelays

Coronavirus plunges UK into its worst recession on record

Coronavirus plunges UK into its worst recession on record

UK pubs, restaurants set to reopen on Saturday

UK pubs, restaurants set to reopen on Saturday

UK businesses affected as customers stay away after outbreak

UK businesses affected as customers stay away after outbreak

UK announces ban on petrol and diesel cars from 2030

UK announces ban on petrol and diesel cars from 2030

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Emmy Awards dominated by streaming services | Money Talks

Emmy Awards dominated by streaming services | Money Talks

PM's party wins but misses out on parliamentary majority | Money Talks

PM's party wins but misses out on parliamentary majority | Money Talks

Australia's nuclear submarine deal with US, UK angers France | Money Talk

Australia's nuclear submarine deal with US, UK angers France | Money Talk

Markets slump as major Chinese builder faces default | Money Talks

Markets slump as major Chinese builder faces default | Money Talks

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New York firm operates eco-friendly vessel to ship goods | Money Talks

New York firm operates eco-friendly vessel to ship goods | Money Talks

Bitcoin mining surge worsens global e-waste pileup | Money Talk

Bitcoin mining surge worsens global e-waste pileup | Money Talk

African firms seek more business with Turkish counterparts  |  Money Talks

African firms seek more business with Turkish counterparts | Money Talks

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