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Pick-up fees for airport passengers rise at eight out of 20 top UK airports
London Stansted charges �3.50 for 10 minutes at its drop-off, 50p more than the amount charged by London Luton for the same time.
'Eye-watering' price hike for collecting passengers at airports - study  Sky News
UK airports hike car parking charges, RAC research reveals  ITV News
East Anglian Daily Times  
Motorway roadworks speed limit could be increased
Speed limits for motorway roadworks could be raised in England under plans aimed at reducing congestion. Currently the normal speed for such stretches of road is 50mph (80km/h).
Speed limit could rise to 60mph through roadworks after tests show lowered ...  Evening Standard
60mph roadwork speed limit considered to tackle congestion  The Northern Echo
Trader who sold TV Kodi boxes enabling free streaming of paid content avoids jail
Brian Thompson made about �40,000 selling set-top boxes, known as Kodi boxes, used to watch sports and films for free. Photograph: Tom Wilkinson/PA.
Shop owner who sold Kodi set-top boxes to people watching Premier League ...
Judge has definitive say on whether or not fully-loaded Kodi boxes are illegal  Liverpool Echo
Half of all UK broadband users get a bad deal, says Which?
A BT Openreach engineer working on telephone lines in Havant, Hampshire. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA. Broadband. Half of all UK broadband users get a bad deal, says Which?
Over half of UK households are 'getting a poor deal' on broadband ...
Virgin Media, Talk Talk, Sky and BT are worst broadband providers, reveals ...  The Independent
Face the future: firm tests facial recognition for risk profiles
A firm in the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulatory sandbox is currently testing a proposition which uses facial recognition technology to feed into the risk profiling assessment being carried out by advisers.
Young people rely on parents and credit cards to cover costs  Financial Times
One in three UK retirees will have to rely solely on state pension  The Guardian
Police conduct inquiries into Royal Bank of Scotland unit
Police are looking into the treatment of customers by a division of RBS which was set up to help companies in trouble, the BBC has learnt.
Police Scotland looking into RBS treatment of small business clients  The Guardian
RBS restructuring unit probed over claims it profited from stricken firms  Sky News
Bad weather and Brexit cloud big-ticket buys at John Lewis
Clothing displayed inside the new John Lewis store at Westgate shopping centre in Oxford. Photograph: Eddie Keogh/Reuters. John Lewis.
PICTURES: Inside the fully stocked John Lewis ahead of opening  Oxford Mail
John Lewis winning in challenging market, boss says  Reuters
KFC's big secret revealed! The food chain gave out the ingredients on Twitter
WASHINGTON: A Twitter user has noticed that US fast food restaurant chain KFC has a highly selective list of accounts it follows on the micro-blogging service.
The really cool reason why KFC only follows 11 people on Twitter  Liverpool Echo
KFC's Twitter follows all the Spice Girls for a reason  CNET
From two pizzas to a �17m mansion: Bubble fears over Bitcoin's soaring value
The currency favoured by hackers and libertarians is well established after humble beginnings - but will the good times last? 08:41, UK, Saturday 21 October 2017.
Bitcoin soars to record high above $6000  Livemint
Bitcoin hits fresh all-time high of $6000  Anadolu Agency
Inflation is at 3pc and Bank Rate is set to rise: this is what savers need to ...
Prices have risen by 3pc on average over the past year, according to figures released this week, and savers will be acutely aware that interest rates on their deposits are failing to keep pace.
BoE's 'unreliable boyfriend' needs to get his message right  Times of Malta
Are you ready for an interest rate rise?  Financial Times