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'We have them on their knees': 350 pilots at Ryanair urged to join union
Ryanair passengers hit by flight cancellations are facing further aggravation as insurance firms refuse to cover their travel costs.
Ryanair pilot crisis a symptom of a wider problem  Irish Times
Ryanair's recruitment blitz as it reaches out to former applicants  Irish Examiner
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Uber set for landmark UK employment case fightback
Uber will this week begin its appeal of a landmark UK employment case that will test the issue of whether its drivers are workers or self employed.
Protectionism trumps progress: TfL's war on Uber and enterprise  City A.M.
Unions call for Uber to be stripped of licence  The Argus
Deliveroo valuation hits �1.5bn after food delivery firm raises new funds
Deliveroo has been criticised by unions, which say it is exploiting its workers. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images. Deliveroo. Deliveroo valuation hits �1.5bn after food delivery firm raises new funds.
Deliveroo is now worth more than $2bn as huge new investment confirmed  City A.M.
Deliveroo raises $385M in new funding, now valued at 'over $2 Billion'  TechCrunch
Carlyle lights up race for tobacco giant P&H
Carlyle has emerged as the frontrunner to take control of the UK's biggest tobacco supplier, Sky News learns. 15:21, UK, Sunday 24 September 2017.
Buyout firm Carlyle has had its interest sparked by cigarette distributor ...  City A.M.
Recycling: More must be done to promote the re-use of household items, poll finds
There is room for improvement in how much we recycle but it takes effort from manufacturers and consumers to make a difference. 05:06, UK, Monday 25 September 2017.
Eight out ten people believe recycling 'makes a difference', but ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Campaign to recycle bath products  The Press, York
Google criticised for refusing to stop sale of IRA T-shirts
GOOGLE has been criticised by Troubles victims and campaigners for refusing to stop the sale of T-shirts promoting the IRA. The search engine giant has reportedly declined to remove them from sale because the IRA does not feature on a US list of ...
Google slammed by terror victim's family for refusing to stop selling ...  The Sun
Google says IRA are not terrorists: Internet giant refuses to stop selling ...  Daily Mail
Vijay Mallya diverted most of Rs 6000 cr loan via shell firms; CBI, ED to give ...
Mumbai: In a bid to strengthen the evidence to extradite fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya, the Central Bureau of Investigation and the Enforcement Directorate are preparing a charge sheet alleging he laundered a major chunk of the Rs 6,000 crore bank ...
CBI, ED find Vijay Mallya diverted most of Rs 6000 crore loan to shell companies  Economic Times
More trouble: Vijay Mallya moved Rs 6000 crore to shell companies  International Business Times, India Edition
Moody's downgrades UK's rating on Brexit and growth fears
LONDONSept 23 (Reuters) - Ratings agency Moody's downgraded Britain's credit rating on Friday, saying the government's plans to bring down its heavy debt load had been knocked off course and Brexit would weigh on the economy.
After Friday Brexit blip, pound traders to focus on BoE, Moody's  Gulf Times
Rating downgrades won't help Aussie dollar  Crikey (registration)
Burst water pipe affects Shropshire homes
A water pipe measuring about 21ins (53cms) has burst leaving thousands of homes without water, Severn Trent said. The company confirmed one of their "biggest" pipes had burst at about 04:00 BST affecting supplies across Telford.
Telford homes still without water as burst pipe causes chaos  shropshirestar.com
Brexit brings hidden bonus for some Irish exporters
The quantum leap in financial services exports in the first half of the year is an early indicator that Ireland could be positioned for a major Brexit bonus.
Experts warn Ireland's drinks and hospitality businesses face €130 ...  The Irish Sun
Brexit weighs heavy at Irish farming fair  Yahoo News UK