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Ryanair flights take off despite pilots' strike
UK pilots at the airline have begun a two-day walkout in a row over pay and conditions.
Lancashire fracking: 1.6 magnitude tremor halts work
Cuadrilla said micro seismicity had been recorded near Blackpool at 20:46 BST on Wednesday.
PPI: 'It was a jaw-dropping amount'
The UK's biggest financial mis-selling scandal's led to £36bn in payouts. How has it affected us all?
Qantas to run test flights on world's longest route
The airline will track the health impacts of the 19-hour journeys from Sydney to New York and London.
Ditch cars to meet climate change targets, say MPs
MPs say people will have to stop driving if the UK is to meet its Zero Carbon goals by 2050.
Banks condemn Hong Kong violence in newspaper adverts
Businesses are coming under increased political pressure after months of protests in Hong Kong.
UK and South Korea to sign 'continuity' trade agreement
The agreement seeks to maintain existing trade arrangements between the countries post-Brexit.
Supermarket considers rationing small business buyers
The move will prevent firms from using supermarkets as wholesalers.
Federal Reserve policymakers divided over US rate cuts
Some Federal Reserve officials wanted a bigger rate cut last month - something Donald Trump wants.
Argentina minister defends peso amid default risk
Debt ratings agency Fitch says the peso's recent depreciation "suggests a real risk of default".
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