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Shipping chief claims EU failing to prepare for no-deal Brexit outcome
The UK Chamber of Shipping says the Government is finally alive to the risks Brexit poses to the industry. Cross-Channel ferry French security checks.
Major business groups warn Davis over 'serious' Brexit jobs risk  Eagle Radio
Signs of progress but there's hard work ahead to avoid a no-deal brexit  International Supermarket News
Financial Times  
London's �10 T-Charge starts today: Everything you need to know about 'the ...
A heavy charge on older, more polluting vehicles entering central London comes into effect today. The T-Charge, also known as the emissions surcharge, means vehicles in the area will need to meet minimum exhaust emission standards or drivers will have ...
New charge for polluting vehicles to tackle London's 'lethal air'  ITV News
What is the T-charge, when does London's toxicity charge come into force ...  The Sun
Chancellor told to freeze taxes in Budget
Business groups have urged the Chancellor not to increase the tax burden on either companies or consumers in next month's Budget.
Boost skills, cut taxes and invest more, business groups and unions tell Hammond
Hammond should use an interest rate rise to unpick triple lock on pensions  The Guardian
Craft beer boom pushes number of UK breweries past 2000
The craft beer revolution has reversed 70 years of consolidation in the brewing business. Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Reuters. Beer.
Breweries break through 2000 barrier amid craft beer boom  Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Dividend payouts this year are on track for a record �94bn
Shareholders are on track to receive a record �94bn in dividend payouts from UK listed companies this year, according to a study.
UK dividend payouts soar to a third quarter record of �28.5bn  City A.M.
Gold rush for investors as dividend payouts reach record high
Titanic letter sells for world record price at auction
One of the last known letters to have been written on the Titanic has sold for a world record price at auction. The letter, written by American businessman and Titanic passenger, Oscar Holverson, fetched �126,000.
Passenger's letter from doomed Titanic sells for record �126000  Sky News
Titanic letter recovered from First Class passenger's body sells for ...
Wales set for minimum unit price on alcohol to cut deaths and ill health
SALES of alcohol in Wales are set to be governed by a system of minimum pricing enforceable by law. In what amounts to a declaration of war on alcohol-related ill health, the Welsh Government has unveiled its Public Health (Minimum Price for Alcohol) ...
Minimum alcohol price law to be unveiled in Wales  BBC News
Welsh Government unveils law to set minimum price for alcohol  Daily Mail
Scottish islands call for extra investment
Business leaders on Scotland's islands have called for more to be done to improve infrastructure and encourage young people to stay in the communities.
Island firms call for more development  The Times
A 20 minute increase in commute time is as bad as taking a pay cut, study finds
A 20 minute increase in commute time is as bad as a 19 per cent pay cut for job satisfaction, a study has found. Research by the University of the West of England found that every extra minute spent travelling to and from work reduces job and leisure ...
20 minutes more daily commuting 'equals 19% pay cut in measuring job ...
British lawyer proposed to girlfriend during midair emergency as plane ...
A British lawyer proposed to his girlfriend during a midair emergency, as their flight to Bali lost pressure and began plummeting to the ground.
Man proposes to girlfriend amid panic as Air Asia plane plunges
Man proposes to girlfriend on plummeting plane while passengers scream in ...