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Founded in 1742, Whitbread has grown from a regional brewer into one of the UK's biggest hospitality firms. The group manages hotels, restaurants and leisure clubs. Brands include Premier Travel Inn, Brewers Fayre, Beefeater.

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My top 3 UK shares to buy in August

There are a number of excellent UK shares that seem to be cheap at the moment. Stuart Blair looks at…

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These are my best stocks to buy now from sectors well placed to benefit!

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Recovery stocks: 3 shares to buy before July 19th

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Can Whitbread shares keep climbing?

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1 FTSE 100 recovery stock to buy today

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