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Budget 2017: the UK chancellor has played his bad hand cleverly
The embattled chancellor was subject to conflicting pressures when he presented his Budget. Philip Hammond's colleagues wanted him to respond to the public's desire for an end to austerity.
Tech giants face tax avoidance crackdown  Telegraph.co.uk
Autumn budget: the winners, the losers and the overlooked  The Guardian
This is Money  
Budget 2017: 'Millennial railcard' isn't a done deal, whatever Chancellor ...
Rail industry insiders are furious that a long-planned, small-scale trial of a 26-30 Railcard has been presented by the Chancellor as his initiative, and as a fait accompli.
Autumn Budget 2017: Millennial railcard confirmed for those aged 26 to 30  Moneywise Magazine
New 26-30 railcard to be piloted across East Anglia  East Anglian Daily Times
Treasury backs electric cars but makes limited moves on diesel
A sign indicating a car charging point. There are 115,000 electric cars in the UK with 13,000 charging points spread across 4,500 locations.
Budget 2017: What does the diesel change mean?  BBC News
Easy ride for diesel drivers will do little to cut pollution  Telegraph.co.uk
Broadband firms must ditch 'misleading' speed ads
Broadband firms will no longer be able to advertise their fast net services based on the speeds just a few customers get, from May next year.
Shake-up in advertising of broadband speeds after consumer backlash  The Guardian
Broadband providers forced to use peak-time speeds in adverts in major crackdown  Telegraph.co.uk
Black Friday Travel Deals: 25 airline, hotel and holiday bargains for 2017
Let's give up pretending it's a single day, shall we? Black Friday now sprawls over more than a week, and savvy travel fans can make big savings.
The secrets to scoring the best travel deals this Black Friday  Stuff.co.nz
Black Friday 2017 deals from airlines make cheap flights a reality  BGR
Camelot spins the dice as sales and revenue fall
The National Lottery has “lost its relevance in modern society”, Camelot's new UK boss admitted as he unveiled measures aimed at boosting ticket sales and the amount raised for good causes.
Camelot appoints Wayne Pickup as incoming Global Division CEO  SBC News
You could win �10k for life with new Lottery shake up  Wakefield Express
Stamp duty weighs heavily on housing market
It was only when the soon-to-be-divorced hedge fund manager began looking for a new home in London that he fully realised how much stamp duty tax would weigh on his purchase.
Budget 2017 First-time buyer Anna could save �5000 thanks to today's ...  The Sun
Property expert explains how Budget 2017 affects YOU: British homeowners ...  Express.co.uk
FCC boss Ajit Pai emits his net neutrality extermination plan
Ajit Pai, head of America's communications watchdog the FCC, has unveiled his "plan to repeal the Obama Administration's heavy-handed regulation of the Internet," referred to by critics as an anti-consumer giveaway to large communications companies ...
What happens once 'net neutrality' rules bite the dust?  Washington Post
US telecom regulator announces plan to scrap net neutrality  The Hindu
Thomas Cook profits fall after political turmoil and food poisoning claims
Shares in Thomas Cook have fallen sharply after its UK profits were hit by political upheaval in the Mediterranean, food poisoning fraudsters and Hurricane Irma.
Thomas Cook's Swiss boss sounds too much like English Monarch  Financial Times
Thomas Cook: Hotel costs in Spain pushing up holiday prices  The Independent
Black Friday: Shopping by the numbers
It's a hallowed American tradition: Gobble up Turkey on Thanksgiving and then hit the stores, and increasingly their computers and mobiles, for doorbusters and other bargains.
Black Friday Ain't What It Used to Be  Slate Magazine
The best Cyber Monday travel deals this Thanksgiving season  Washington Post