The company said it was ‘dismayed’ its offer, which included an 8% pay rise, was not accepted.
Men are more likely to have concealed sales purchases and are also more likely to say they suspect their partner of doing so, a survey indicates.
More than 50 firms are set to be tested by a scenario more severe than the market turmoil unleashed last year.
Organisers said more than 400 trade unionists blockaded the factory in Kent on Friday.
The banking giant said she has not been considered a ‘good leaver’ following her departure.
The London-listed drinks firm told investors on Friday morning it was impacted by a sharp slowdown in its business in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Sky News reported that the bank would make an announcement on Friday.
The ONS also reported 0.2% growth in the economy for the month of September, amid a boost from the film production industry.
Some 500 workers are taking part in the action after unions described talks as a ‘waste of time’.
Paddy Power owner Flutter was the biggest loser on Thursday.
Unite said discussions aimed at preventing a walkout by staff had failed to address their concerns.
The firm said this will include a new automatic call-back service, through a new phone line, to help customers regarding any issues with orders.
The Scottish First Minister said talks aimed at ending the dispute are ongoing.
The Blue Marine Foundation, alongside environmental groups Bloom and Greenpeace UK, carried out a six-month investigation into tuna fishing practices.
Lloyds Bank has seen a 23% rise in reports of cryptocurrency investment scams and says victims are most commonly in the 25 to 34 age group.
The business said it would have to put on more promotions to appeal to customers.
HM Revenue and Customs is making the payments to eligible tax credits customers across the UK between November 10 and 19.
John Pettigrew said projects which are unlikely to ever go ahead are blocking the path for realistic schemes.
Jamie Scott, 47, has brought a High Court claim against AstraZeneca over the alleged impact of its jab.
The head of the company’s UK business has now been summoned to answer questions from MPs at Parliament next week.