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13 Oct 2018, 11:59am May could yet leave the Brexit rebels high and dry | Phillip Inman
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If the PM can place a concrete deal before MPs, the pressure on hardliners to take it, and avoid chaos, will be intenseWhen the final Brexit deal hits the floor of the Commons, Brexiters who prefer leaving the EU without a deal than agreeing to
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13 Oct 2018, 11:00am Battle rejoins between TV’s two biggest stars: Netflix and Amazon
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As two more blockbuster series premiere on the rival streaming services, how much longer can either sustain the spending that fuels their success?The contest for cinemagoers and TV viewers was once fought between studios, film stars and broadcast networks with captive audiences. But in the reshaping of the entertainment industry for the 21st century there are only two tribes that matter: Netflix and Amazon. And the competitive terrain has changed. Blockbusters and primetime must-sees are not cornerstones of either business, nor are they chasing ticket sales or advertising dollars. The two US companies are vying for subscriptions that buy comedy, drama, light entertainment and factual programming – all funded by multibillion-dollar budgets that dwarf anything an individual studio or TV broadcaster can offer.
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13 Oct 2018, 7:13am Bank of England to print plastic £50
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UK’s highest value banknote will be printed on the same polymer as the £5 and £10 notes The £50 note will remain part of UK currency after a “new, more secure” version of the highest-value note in England was announced. It will be printed on thin, flexible plastic material polymer after the Turner £20 note is issued in 2020, the Bank of England said on Saturday.
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13 Oct 2018, 2:00am Financial abuse: will a new code bring change?
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Women fleeing abuse shocked to find they are reconnected to former partners by their banks After two decades of physical and psychological abuse, Debra* finally fled her partner and moved across the country. The 55-year-old bought a house and, for the first time in 20 years, felt safe. That was until a letter arrived just a few years into her move. After updating her council tax, she was horrified to learn her former partner was also registered at the new address. On top of this trauma, she was told that most likely he had been informed of her new details.
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12 Oct 2018, 7:00pm Do you have any tips for loading a dishwasher?
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My partner and I disagree about how to put cutlery in the tray and which tablets to use
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