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Does Ryanair have a pilot shortage?
Is Ryanair short of pilots? It's a critical question. It could help explain why 400,000 Ryanair passengers are having flights cancelled over the next few weeks.
Cancellations cause turbulence at Ryanair, but they won't bring down the ...  Sky News
Ryanair pilots offered up to €12000 bonuses to forgo annual leave  Irish Times  
Here's what a Toys R Us bankruptcy means for toymakers: More clarity ahead of ...
Now, with some clarity on Toys R Us' future plans, vendors are expected to cut back shipments to the company by the fourth quarter.
Toys R Us — crushed by debt — files for bankruptcy  Washington Post
Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy protection in US  BBC News
Lloyd's of London firm moves European base to Dublin over Brexit
Lloyd's of London insurer XL Group is to move its main EU subsidiary from London to Dublin. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images.
Insurer XL Group to shift main EU unit to Dublin from London  Financial Times
Insurer XL Group to move EU unit to Ireland from Britain  Reuters UK
GBP v EUR: Pound slips as chaos continues following Boris Johnson's Brexit ...
THE pound has registered mild losses versus the euro this afternoon, although sterling has risen from the day's worst levels after technical factors saw GBP tumble.
Sterling pressured after Carney's comments  Reuters
TOP NEWS SUMMARY: UK Supermarket Sales Rise 3.6% In August - Kantar  Interactive Investor
What's your experience of being in debt?
The average UK household now owes �14,000. We'd like you to share your experiences of borrowing. Close up of stack of credit cards.
Around 8.3million people in the UK 'living with debt problems'  Sunderland Echo
More than eight million live with problem debt  Your Money
Number of workers on zero-hours contracts drops to three-year low
Protesters outside Sports Direct on Oxford Street in London. The retailer is among businesses criticised for using zero-hours employment contracts.
The number of people on zero-hours contracts has peaked  City A.M.
Number of UK workers on zero-hours contracts falls  BBC News
Billionaire Ineos founder reveals plans to produce his 'son of Land Rover ...
Billionaire businessman Jim Ratcliffe wants to launch Britain's biggest independent car company, building “uncompromising off-roaders” that can take over where the Land Rover Defender left off.
Tycoon says he needs subsidy to build Land Rover Defender successor in UK  The Guardian
Billionaire seeks UK government backing for production of Land Rover ...  The Independent
Workers at four rail firms to take strike action in row over driver-only trains
Workers at four rail companies are to stage two 24-hour strikes in worsening disputes over the role of guards and driver-only trains.
Union announce further strike action in dispute over Merseyrail's plan ...  Wirral Globe
Two more strike days for Northern Rail as driver-only trains row escalates  ITV News
Quality sleep 'better for wellbeing than 50 per cent more cash'
A healthy amount of sleep has a far higher impact on wellbeing than a 50% increase in disposable income, a study of Britons' quality of life has found.
What's keeping the nation awake? Secrets of Living Well revealed in ...  International Supermarket News
Sex and sleep beat payrise as key to wellbeing, study shows  Daily Telegraph
UK's oil industry 'entering final decade of production'
The North Sea oil industry is entering its final decade of production, according to new academic research that rejects Alex Salmond's claims during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum campaign of an impending second boom.
UK's oil and gas reserves 'could last only ten years'  STV News