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18 Nov 9:39am Make mental health as important as first aid, say business leaders
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Open letter, signed by unions and big employers, calls on PM to prioritise manifesto pledges Business leaders and unions have called for
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18 Nov 9:39am Black Friday 2018: the best UK deals as early offers get under way
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Preparation is key to getting the best Black Friday deals, so try this handy guide to what’s on offer in the UK The countdown is on to Britain’s biggest shopping event – Black Friday – and with many high street retailers struggling, shoppers can expect to bag some good bargains. This year Black Friday falls on 23 November and will be followed three days later by Cyber Monday, probably the busiest day of the year for online shopping.
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18 Nov 4:00am Brexit: the big decision we didn’t even think about | William Keegan
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Before staying out of the euro, the UK commissioned 23 studies. Before leaving the EU, we didn’t commission one I don’t know much about driverless cars, but we have certainly got a driverless government. It was Gordon Brown who put his finger on the essence of the humiliating mess into which a dreadful Conservative administration has steered this once-proud nation. During a
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18 Nov 4:00am The tumbling oil price is a warning of turbulent times in the world economy
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Brent crude’s fall lifts the pressure on central banks to curb inflation. But it also reflects a decline in economic optimism After six weeks of falling, the oil price came to a pause last week. In the global ranking of economic events,
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18 Nov 3:00am Low-cost, long-haul flights take off … but is ‘budget’ really cheaper?
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With the promise of great savings comes the inevitable catches It appears too good to be true – a short hop to Reykavik from Gatwick for £30; a flight from St Petersburg to Stansted for £23 and even one way to Chicago for £140. Budget travel is no longer just the preserve of the short journey. While Ryanair and easyJet have made their timetable of short hops around Europe synonymous with cheap fares, the number of long-haul operators offering low-cost journeys to more far-flung destinations has grown in recent years.
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