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1h 13m Next Labour government will end profiteering by energy companies, saving families hundreds of pounds
The Independent
Had the energy price cap been set in 2017 at the level proposed by Labour, 11 million households would have saved over £600 each so far
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1h 59m Top London fund manager accused of groping and sexual harassment
The Independent
Women in junior positions at M&G allegedly barraged with sexually explicit text messages, inappropriate comments and unwanted physical contact
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3h Labour demands apology from CBI after its 'eye-watering' incorrect estimate on renationalising railways
The Independent
Business organisation's £196bn bill wrongly included cost of buying nation's rail fleet
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4h Goldman Sachs profit hit by losses on investments in WeWork and Uber
The Independent
Valuation of WeWork has plummeted from $47bn in January to $10-12bn, while Uber's shares are down 24 per cent since company went public earlier this year
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5h 50 Swiss flights grounded amid Airbus A220 safety fears
The Independent
Engines have shut down in flight three times on Heathrow-Geneva link
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5h Neil Woodford, ousted from Equity Income fund, will close all remaining funds
The Independent
'I personally deeply regret the impact events have had on individuals who placed their faith in Woodford Investment Management,' says one of UK's best-known stockpickers
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6h MP Sir Norman Lamb demands apology from FCA boss Andrew Bailey for alleged defamation
The Independent
City watchdog accused high-profile MP of making 'completely untrue' statements in whistleblower row
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7h Brexit: Resolving no-deal risks at UK borders may be 'out of government's control', watchdog says
The Independent
Ministers admit border would be 'less than optimal' for a period of time after no deal
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The Smart Meter snoopers already in homes tracking our energy habits 13h The Smart Meter snoopers already in homes tracking our energy habits 
The Independent
At least 20 companies are being given a share of £20 million to develop products that can be used alongside smart meters in a government scheme to let tech firms access families' smart meter data.
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13h Northern Powerhouse seeks more control of HS2 rail scheme
The Guardian
Business and city leaders warn of economic damage of cancellation and call for 2012 Olympics-style authority A review of
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13h My way to stop boardroom infighting
BBC
CEO Gordon Wilson says his way to stop execs infighting is for people to open up about themselves.
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13h The UK cities where rent is rising the fastest
BBC
New research reveals a geographical split in how the cost of renting a UK home has changed in a year.
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13h Updated Neil Woodford closes crisis-hit investment empire
BBC
The UK's best-known stockpicker shuts his firm after a crash in the value of his multi-billion-pound funds.
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Hays manages to keep fees stable as it battles an industry downturn 15h Hays manages to keep fees stable as it battles an industry downturn 
BBC
Chief executive Alistair Cox said a global portfolio kept its head above water, with record fees in the US -up 12 per cent - and China - up 7 per cent - despite a trade war between the two.
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15h Banks told to stop betting on sterling as Brexit talks trigger wild swings
BBC
Bank of England governor Mark Carney said the pound could soar or plunge depending on the outcome of talks between the UK and EU. He said banks had been ordered to stay 'neutral'.
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17h Thomas Cook ex-boss grilled over £500,000 bonus
BBC
Peter Fankhauser says he was not solely at fault for the firm's collapse but will reconsider the reward.
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18h Thomas Cook bosses clearly had their heads buried in the sand | Nils Pratley
The Guardian
Testimony to MPs demonstrates the level of delusion in the travel firm’s boardroom was spectacular Two hours of testimony from the failed bosses of
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18h No 10 rejected Thomas Cook rescue plan for fear of precedent, MPs hear
The Guardian
Committee attacks board over bonuses and ‘misjudgments’ but directors say a £200m UK loan would have saved firm The prime minister’s office was aware of a financial rescue plan that could have saved Thomas Cook but “didn’t want to set a precedent” by lending the company money, its former boss told MPs, as an inquiry into the tour operator’s collapse got under way. In a
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18h Will Boris Johnson have a deal to put to MPs on Saturday?
The Guardian
After a series of U-turns, there are signs a deal is possible. We look at the potential outcomes
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19h Spain was ready to back Thomas Cook bailout UK rejected, MPs told
The Guardian
Chair spoke to tourism ministers of five countries in week before collapse but not one British minister The prime minister’s office was aware of a financial rescue plan that could have saved Thomas Cook but “didn’t want to set a precedent” by lending the company money, its former boss told MPs, as an inquiry into the tour operator’s collapse got under way. In a
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19h Brexit: Pound and shares jump on optimism over talks
BBC
Sterling hits its highest in five months on reports the two sides are inching towards a draft deal.
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19h Primark warns shoppers not to buy online
BBC
The High Street chain says that it does not have a commercial relationship with Amazon.
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20h Royal Mail union votes in favour of strike action
BBC
Royal Mail faces its first national postal strike in a decade after 97% of votes cast were in favour.
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21h Royal Mail strike: Christmas postal walkout looms as workers vote to back industrial action
The Independent
Staff say company bosses have reneged on a deal reached last year to raise pay and reform pensions
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22h Thomas Cook: a timeline of the slow and painful death of the travel firm
The Independent
Missteps, misfortune and leaks spelled out in chronology of collapse
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23h Drivers to save £1,100 each after crackdown on car finance commissions
The Independent
Payments that incentivise car dealers to sell expensive finance will be banned under proposals
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23h IMF warns world growth slowest since financial crisis
BBC
The International Monetary Fund warns against "policy mistakes" such as tariffs and a no-deal Brexit.
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23h UK house prices will crash by 10% in case of no-deal Brexit, top credit rating agency forecasts
The Independent
Price plunge will be deepest in 2020, with prices also falling in 2019 and 2021 if UK leaves EU without deal this month, S&P says
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25h Thomas Cook ex-boss defends £500,000 bonus payment
BBC
Peter Fankhauser says he was not solely at fault for the firm's collapse but will reconsider the reward.
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26h Woodford fired from flagship fund as investors count losses and the shouting starts
The Independent
Administrator says that the fund, suspended in June, will be closed and its assets sold off on behalf of furious investors
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26h Bank of England warns of business closures and job losses under no-deal Brexit
The Independent
Mark Carney also says Brexit developments over next few days will have 'a material impact' on pound
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27h UK unemployment rises by 22,000 to 1.3 million as jobs market 'buckles
The Independent
'Markedly weaker' jobs market as Brexit and global economic slowdown take toll
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27h Thomas Cook collapse: Brexit and hot weather to blame for firm's failure, says CEO
The Independent
Peter Fankhauser tells Business Select Committee 'I'm not going to decide today' whether to hand back some of his bonus
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28h UK supermarkets selling 'sustainable' Scottish salmon linked to collapse of wild fish stocks
The Independent
Farmed fish at Tesco, Sainsbury's, Aldi, Lidl, Co-op, Tesco, Asda, Iceland, Morrison's, Waitrose and Marks & Spencer linked to destructive practices in Asia and Africa
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29h Neil Woodford's frozen fund will be wound up
The Independent
Mr Woodford is also removed from his position as fund's investment manager with immediate effect
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29h Thomas Cook collapse: former bosses start fundraising to help jobless staff
The Independent
'The people of Thomas Cook were the company's most valuable asset and it's devastating to see them suffer'
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31h One in four young women scared they will be sacked if they report sexual harassment, study finds
The Independent
'There is an inherent power imbalance in the workplace - for young women in particular - especially in the context of zero hours contracts and limited worker rights,' says academic
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14 Oct 7:28pm Staff back at work in former Thomas Cook shops
BBC
Former Thomas Cook staff go back to work in their travel shops.
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