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12 Jul 1:01pm London airports to be hit by series of strikes during summer
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Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick face walkouts although officials say contingency plans will minimise disruption The Unite union has threatened to “shut down” Heathrow, Britain’s biggest airport, this summer after calling a series of strikes over pay. Disruption could also occur across other London airports in separate disputes over pay and conditions, while British Airways pilots have been balloted for a strike.
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12 Jul 11:30am Let’s move to Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear: it has maintained its pride and beauty
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Despite a dose of that dubious urban medicine ‘regeneration’, it seems to be thriving
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12 Jul 10:44am Major car dealership Lookers blames Brexit for profit warning
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Collapse in diesel sales and low consumer confidence add to tough trading conditions Shares in Lookers, one of Britain’s biggest car dealerships, have tumbled another 30% after the firm issued a profits warning, blaming increasingly challenging trading conditions. It warned on Friday that weaker margins will push first-half profits down by 25%, to about £32m, and full-year figures will also fall below forecasts, as customer confidence is hit by continuing political and economic uncertainty.
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12 Jul 10:07am Updated Rail worker killed by train in south London was covering for brother
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Man on zero-hours contract was called by brother to say he would not be working with him A railway worker
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12 Jul 8:04am $32m stolen from Tokyo cryptocurrency exchange in latest hack
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Bitpoint suspends services after apparent theft of virtual monies including bitcoin A cryptocurrency exchange in Tokyo has halted services after it lost $32m (£25m) in the latest apparent hack on volatile virtual monies. Remixpoint, which runs the Bitpoint Japan exchange, discovered that about ¥3.5bn in various digital currencies had gone missing from under its management.
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12 Jul 7:43am Homes in former lodges – in pictures
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From an ancient pile in East Sussex to a Grade II-listed building in Bath, homes worth hunting for
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12 Jul 7:26am Deutsche Bank chief slams executives over suit-fitting on cuts day
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Managers called tailors to London office as thousands of traders lost jobs Deutsche Bank’s chief executive, Christian Sewing, has personally rebuked managers who ordered tailors to their London office as thousands of traders were let go on Monday. “I can’t understand that someone would call tailors to fit suits on Monday. On the same day, we had to tell many colleagues in share trading that they had to leave,” Sewing told the German business daily Handelsblatt in its Friday edition.
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12 Jul 2:57am Thomas Cook in £750m rescue deal talks with biggest shareholder
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Chinese investor Fosun would be given majority stake in travel firm’s tour operator business The
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12 Jul 2:00am Homes with their own lodges – in pictures
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From an ancient pile in East Sussex to a Grade II-listed building in Bath, homes worth hunting for
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12 Jul 1:00am KFC first UK fast food chain to commit to new chicken welfare standards
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Move expected to put pressure on rivals McDonald’s, Burger King and large supermarkets such as Tesco and Sainsbury’s
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