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Tread safely! How this 20p test on your car tyres could save a £2,500 fine - or even your life4h Updated Tread safely! How this 20p test on your car tyres could save a £2,500 fine - or even your life
Daily Mail
To check your tyres, try the 20p test. Push the coin into the tread and if the outer rim disappears the tyre is legal.
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Brexodus! A £250bn fortune is set to flood out of the City, with firms already lining up transfers 4h Updated Brexodus! A £250bn fortune is set to flood out of the City, with firms already lining up transfers 
Daily Mail
Legal documents show that companies including Standard Life and Prudential will move vast insurance and banking assets and liabilities out of London.
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Can you trust one free app to keep all your passwords safe?4h Updated Can you trust one free app to keep all your passwords safe?
Daily Mail
A password manager can be a vital tool to keep your personal information out of the hands of online criminals. But there is a potential dark side to this technology.
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5h Dream job: ‘My 9-to-5 is a US road trip’
BBC
Financial adviser Leo Millward has found a way to turn his job into an American road-trip odyssey.
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The streaming wars: Can Disney topple Netflix?5h The streaming wars: Can Disney topple Netflix?
BBC
Netflix is the leader in online video. Will Disney's plans check its growth?
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Want to cut yearly train fares? Join the CommuterClub, which offers savings of up to £747 6h Updated Want to cut yearly train fares? Join the CommuterClub, which offers savings of up to £747 
Daily Mail
Specialist financial services company CommuterClub aims to give a helping hand by enabling travellers to take a loan to cover the bill up front.
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Avoid shares in Government contractors, investors are warned7h Avoid shares in Government contractors, investors are warned
Daily Mail
In a report prepared for The Mail on Sunday by research group Equity Development, several firms were highlighted as 'best avoided' by investors.
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7h Hotel Chocolat chief faces a rebellion as city adviser voices concerns
Daily Mail
Hotel Chocolat boss Andrew Gerrie has a 53.5 per cent stake in beauty products firm Rabot 1745 while Hotel Chocolat has 34.5 per cent.
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Fury of the expats whose pensions frozen in time8h Fury of the expats whose pensions frozen in time
Daily Mail
Campaigners are fighting to end a 70-year reign of injustice that has resulted in more than half a million retired expats receiving a poor pension deal – simply because of where they live.
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Urban Outfitters bucks the UK retail gloom with sales rising 10% to £206m and losses reversed8h Urban Outfitters bucks the UK retail gloom with sales rising 10% to £206m and losses reversed
Daily Mail
The business, whose brands include the eponymous chain and its sister brand Anthropologie, said both businesses reported 'good growth' in the UK.
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BA sues U.S. outsourcing giant CBRE over its computer chaos8h BA sues U.S. outsourcing giant CBRE over its computer chaos
Daily Mail
The Mail on Sunday has learned that BA is suing CBRE in London's High Court over the Heathrow computer crash which forced the airline to cancel 672 flights over three days.
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Johnston Press: Publisher of i paper bought out12h Updated Johnston Press: Publisher of i paper bought out
BBC
Jobs and newspaper titles at Johnston Press are secured after the publisher is bought by a new company.
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12h Johnston Press future secured after buyout by newly-formed JPIMedia
The Independent
Johnston Press, owner of the i, The Scotsman, and The Yorkshire Post, has been bought by newly-formed JPIMedia after putting itself into administration
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13h Updated Johnston Press: rescue plan for Scotsman newspaper group
The Guardian
The company will continue to publish more than 200 titles but the deal has been criticised by its largest shareholder and the NUJScores of local newspapers as well as titles including the
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Johnston Press puts itself into administration amid debt crisis 13h Johnston Press puts itself into administration amid debt crisis 
Daily Mail
JPIMedia announced it had acquired Johnston Press on Saturday after it put itself into administration. As part of the transaction creditors have agreed to inject £35 million into the business.
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13h Data leak leaves tens of millions of text messages exposed
The Independent
The messages, which included password reset links, two-factor authentication codes and shipping notifications, were left exposed on a server
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13h Productivity woes? Why giving staff an extra day off can be the answer
The Guardian
Firms that operate a four-day week with no cut in pay or benefits, as proposed last week by John McDonnell, can see improvements in staff morale and health as well as revenueLorraine Gray credits the move to a four-day working week with her company’s rapid growth. She is operations director at Pursuit Marketing, a telephone and digital marketing firm based in Glasgow, and has seen an astonishing 29.5% improvement in productivity in the two years since employees started having Fridays off, with no reduction in pay or other benefits. It has also resulted, she says, in big increases in employee satisfaction and health. Pursuit now expects projected revenues of £5m in the year to June 2019 to rise to as much as £15m in the following financial year.
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Johnston Press: i newspaper publisher sets out rescue plan14h Johnston Press: i newspaper publisher sets out rescue plan
BBC
Johnston Press plans to file for administration with its assets then immediately sold to its lenders.
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Councils call for ban on vehicle-clocking devices16h Updated Councils call for ban on vehicle-clocking devices
Daily Mail
Car-clocking - or the practice of falsifying a car's mileage - has increased by 25 per cent between 2014 and 2016, according to the latest available data by HPI.
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16h Jeff Bezos tells staff: 'One day, Amazon will fail'
The Independent
Company must 'obsess' over customers, says billionaire
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INVESTMENT EXTRA: Will Vodafone regret saving its dividend?17h Updated INVESTMENT EXTRA: Will Vodafone regret saving its dividend?
Daily Mail
Nick Read – who took over from former boss Vittorio Colao – decided not to axe the £3.4 billion payout to shareholders. But whether that will be the right move in time is still a matter for debate.
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18h Sainsbury's becomes first UK supermarket to sell edible bugs as crickets hit shelves
The Independent
Customers will soon be able to pick up smoky barbecue-flavoured crickets at Sainsbury's supermarkets as part of their weekly shop
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18h Updated ALEX BRUMMER: Maintaining confidence in the City is going to take a titanic effort in Brexit turmoil
Daily Mail
Economic projections from the International Monetary Fund suggest that the worst case for the UK economy would be a disorderly no deal Brexit.
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19h Scammers target students with fake tax refund emails
The Guardian
UK tax authority says thousands have received emails seeking bank details
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Vultures prey on Brexit turmoil: Hedge funds bet against British companies at risk from no deal19h Vultures prey on Brexit turmoil: Hedge funds bet against British companies at risk from no deal
Daily Mail
The short sellers, who are betting the share prices of certain stocks will fall, have built up positions against banks, retailers and builders.
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MARKET REPORT: Downgrade sends Royal Mail shares to a new low19h MARKET REPORT: Downgrade sends Royal Mail shares to a new low
Daily Mail
The latest sell-off marked another setback for chief executive Rico Back, who only this week defended his bumper pay packet that is worth as much as £2.7m a year.
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Klarna: The £1bn High Street giant you might not know21h Klarna: The £1bn High Street giant you might not know
BBC
Klarna is a Swedish bank taking the High Street by storm. But critics say it could cause problem debt.
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22h Is there a crisis of quality in new-build homes?
The Guardian
Charles Church claims its homes are of ‘unrivalled design and quality’ – but some buyers feel badly let down When Victoria Baker and her husband opened the door to their brand new £380,000 five bedroom home in Ingleby Barwick, near Stockton, they were thrilled to finally move into what they thought would be their perfect home. Instead they say they were confronted by a catalogue of issues that has left them stressed and put a strain on their marriage. “It’s been horrific,” admits Baker, 36, who moved into their Charles Church home with Gavin, 35, and their two children in June.
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22h Which arts membership schemes are good value?
The Guardian
From the Tate to the Southbank Centre to the Barbican, tell us which schemes offer good perks
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22h Bovis Homes: some buyers say their problems continue
The Guardian
Poor quality prompted owners to list issues from leaks to creaking floors. For some the saga goes on Nearly two years after a
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Xi Jinping: US-China trade war will produce no winners 16 Nov 11:53pm Xi Jinping: US-China trade war will produce no winners
BBC
The Chinese leader's comments can be seen as a veiled swipe at Donald Trump's America First policies.
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16 Nov 7:26pm Johnston Press: Owner of the i, Scotsman and Yorkshire Post plans to file for administration
The Independent
Publisher had recently been looking at ways to refinance £220m of debt that became repayable in June
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University students hit by wave of fake tax refund emails 16 Nov 7:09pm University students hit by wave of fake tax refund emails
BBC
The UK's tax authority says thousands of reports have come in from various universities in the last month.
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16 Nov 7:01pm Co-op own-brand champagne better than Moët, says Which?
The Guardian
Supermarket’s bubbly deemed as good as Mumm and best value for Christmas Co-op’s own-brand champagne is as good as Mumm Cordon Rouge and better than Moët & Chandon, according to tests by Which? naming it as the best value deal for Christmas bubbly. The Co-op Les Pionniers NV champagne sells for £19, almost half the price of a bottle of Moët, but scored joint top with Mumm Cordon Rouge in blind tests by Which? experts.
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16 Nov 7:00pm Councils call for ban on vehicle clocking devices after surge in number of cars with false mileage
The Independent
Up to 2.3 million vehicles on UK roads thought to be clocked and potentially dangerous
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