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British Gas owner scraps controversial standard variable tariff
Critics have described the ending of SVT for new customers from April as a ruse. Octopus Energy said: 'If they wanted to bring lower bills to customers, they could just cut their prices.
British Gas owner Centrica to scrap standard variable tariffs for new customers  Belfast Telegraph
British Gas to scrap standard tariffs ahead of looming price cap
Reuters UK  
Best Black Friday 2017 deals - the latest offers and what retailers are taking ...
Black Friday has been dubbed the biggest shopping day of the calendar year - but are the deals really that good? This year it will take place on Friday 24 November 2017, marking the official start date of the consumer rush for bargains in the countdown ...
Black Friday deals 'not all they seem,' shoppers warned  BBC News
5 things to expect from Black Friday  Management Today
British Airways to board passengers in cheap seats last
British Airways is introducing a boarding policy that means those buying the cheapest seats will be called last. From 12 December, passengers will be assigned a number between 1-5 printed on boarding passes, with the highest figure reserved for economy ...
British Airways is now boarding passengers according to how much they paid ...
Passengers in BA's cheap seats will be last to board  The Times
John Collison: World's youngest self-made billionaire is 27-years-old and ...
At 27, John Collison is the world's youngest self-made billionaire. It's rumoured to be lonely at the top but luckily Collison has his 29-year-old brother, Patrick - who also counts his wealth in ten digits - to keep him company.
The favourite hobby of the world's youngest self-made billionaire doesn ...  Business Insider
Meet the world's youngest self-made billionaire  BBC News
Night Tube: London Overground to get 24-hour service
The Night Tube will extend to the London Overground for the first time on Friday 15 December. The 24-hour service will operate on Friday and Saturday between New Cross Gate and Dalston Junction - extending to Highbury & Islington next year.
All-night service to begin on London Overground from December 15  Evening Standard
Overground services between Stratford and Camden Road will be suspended over ...  Newham Recorder
MPs draft bill to close loopholes used by 'sharing economy' employers
A draft Bill intended to close the loopholes on so-called "gig economy" employment practices has been published today by the the Work and Pensions and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committees.
MPs' gig economy bill heaps further pressure on May over workers rights  The Independent
MPs seek to end gig economy worker 'exploitation'  Sky News
Morrisons sparks frenzy by knocking 10p per litre off the price of petrol ...
Monday just got a whole lot better, as Morrisons have just announced an insane, budget-busting Black Friday deal. The family favourite supermarket is reducing the price of fuel by 10p-a-litre for its supermarket customers - starting today.
Morrisons slashes the cost of petrol by 10p a litre – but you'll have to ...  The Sun
Morrisons SLASH fuel prices by 10p A LITRE – but you'll have to be quick  Daily Star
Historic England launches campaign to save former textile mills
The former Old Lane Mill, Calderdale: hundreds of textile mills now stand empty and neglected. Photograph: The Historic England Archive/PA.
Nearly half of Greater Manchester's historic mills lost since 1980s  Place North West
New report says almost half of all historic mills in Greater Manchester have ...  About Manchester (press release) (blog)
Bell Pottinger's Middle East business sold to Hanover Group
Hanover Group has acquired the Middle Eastern assets of Bell Pottinger, the communications firm that collapsed after it was accused of stoking racial tensions in South Africa as part of its work for the Gupta family.
Hanover acquires Bell Pottinger's operations in Middle East  PRWeek
Bell Pottinger Middle East arm bought by London-headquartered PR firm Hanover  City A.M.
Households are �404 a year worse off due to Brexit, study finds
Households are more than �400 a year worse off as a result of Brexit, an economic study has found. The report published on Monday revealed that the average household is paying �404 a year extra due to price inflation.
Scotland among hardest hit as Brexit costs each worker a week's wages  HeraldScotland
We are all going to be �852 a year worse off after Brexit  Metro