Brussels claims tech giant abused market dominance by manipulating its search engine results to favour its own comparison shopping service

Google is bracing itself for a record-breaking fine from the European Union of more than €1bn (£875m) over alleged abuse of its market dominance.

EU officials are expected to announce shortly after 11am (BST) that the tech giant has manipulated its search engine results to favour its new Google Shopping service, which offers price comparisons on products.

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