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Why Uber's fate could herald backlash against 'digital disruptors'
A backlash against the decision to refuse Uber's licence and the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, who has endorsed the decision, is growing.
Here's What You Need To Know Before Signing That Uber Petition  HuffPost UK
Uber ready to make concessions to reverse London licence decision - paper  Reuters UK
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Here's why you should claim a �230 tax break you may not have heard of
Enter your postcode to see news and information near you Community updates, Crime Statistics, Local News & Events and much more... Since its introduction in 2015, only 2.2 million couples have claimed the marriage tax allowance from 4.4 million eligible.
The �230-a-year marriage allowance you could be missing out on  The Guardian
Two million couples lose �662 windfall by failing to claim marriage tax break  Telegraph.co.uk
UK credit rating downgraded over Brexit uncertainty
Theresa May in Florence, just hours before Moody's delivered its downgrade blow to her government. Chris Ratcliffe. by Chris Giles and Eric Platt.
Row over UK's Brexit-driven credit rating cut  HeraldScotland
RUTH SUNDERLAND: The truth Brexit camp cannot face, intensifying pressures ...  This is Money
Michael flies into turbulence
It has been one of Ryanair's toughest weeks - with passengers angry about cancellations, and pilots rebelling over poor conditions.
Misery for Ryanair customers as insurers refuse to cover costs  Telegraph.co.uk
Ryanair faces �24million legal bill over flight cancellation chaos  Express.co.uk
Deliveroo to clinch �285m backing from American fund giants
Fidleity and T. Rowe Price are to become big shareholders in the British restaurant app Deliveroo, Sky News can reveal. 17:48, UK, Saturday 23 September 2017.
Deliveroo raises another �285m from Fidelity and T Rowe Price  The Times
Deliveroo secures $385m in funding  Financial Times
Head of G4S immigration unit at center of abuse scandal quits
(Reuters) - The head of a G4S-run immigration unit in Britain at the center of allegations of bullying and abuse, has resigned, the outsourcing company said on Friday.
G4S immigration centre boss Ben Saunders resigns  BBC News
Boss of G4S immigration centre quits over abuse  Belfast Telegraph
Chinese group blocked by Trump announces UK chip-maker buyout
Canyon Bridge's $1.3bn deal to buy Lattice Semiconductor was blocked over US national security concerns. Photograph: Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images.
Chinese equity fund takes bite of the UK microchip firm Apple ditched  This is Money
Imagination Technologies agrees �550m sale to Canyon Bridge  Financial Times
Passenger charged with being drunk on aircraft after flight diverted to Bristol
An airline passenger arrested after a late-night flight from Barcelona to the UK was diverted has been charged with being drunk on an aircraft.
Man charged with being drunk on EasyJet flight  BBC News
Cops board plane to remove 'drunk' holidaymakers after flight ...  Daily Star
BHP boss Andrew Mackenzie given 'six months to save job'
BHP's embattled boss has been given six months to save his job amid simmering shareholder discontent over the mining giant's lacklustre performance.
Clampdown at mining giant as chairman's pay and perks cut in annual review  This is Money
Hotel in United Kingdom Refuses to Give Rooms to Pakistan Airlines Staff for ...
The UK hotel authorities have further said that the female guests are “uncomfortable” in the presence of the Pakistani men at their establishment.
UK Hotel Refuses to Rent Rooms to Airline Crew  TravelPulse
PIA, yeh kya kiya: UK hotel refuses rooms to Pakistan airliner's male ...  India Today