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Rise in airport drop-off and pick-up charges 'eye-watering'
Charges for picking up and dropping off passengers at some of the UK's busiest airports have risen by as much as 100% over the past year, a new study claims.
Pick-up fees for airport passengers rise at eight out of 20 top UK airports  The Guardian
Luton and Stansted airports are UK's most expensive for pick-ups as ...  Evening Standard
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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).
Motorway roadworks misery to be stopped  The Times
Speed limits through roadworks may rise to 60mph  The Guardian
Wimpy restaurants are making a long-awaited comeback - and one could be coming ...
Sad as it may sound, some children have never experienced the joy of a visit to a Wimpy restaurant. They've never had the mega-calorific Brown Derby dessert, or tucked in to a Bender in a Bun (with cheese) - and really, what sort of childhood is that?
Why Wimpy could be set to make a comeback in Birmingham  Birmingham Mail
Wimpy is planning a comeback across the UK  Metro
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
Police Scotland looking into RBS treatment of small business clients
Royal Bank of Scotland's defunct global restructuring group faced claims it deliberately forced small businesses to the brink of collapse so it could profit by selling off their properties, a claim the bank denies.
RBS restructuring unit probed over claims it profited from stricken firms  Sky News
Police looking into controversial RBS unit
Budget boost for Hammond as deficit tumbles by �700m
Britain achieved the smallest budget deficit in September for ten years according to official figures that will give Philip Hammond a boost before the autumn budget next month.
Joke's over for 'spreadsheet Phil' as firms demand action
Pre-Budget boost for Chancellor as Government borrowing falls to lowest ...  This is Money
FCA used advisers to test robo-advice
The Financial Conduct Authority used qualified financial advisers to test robo-advice services taking part in the regulatory sandbox.
Young people rely on parents and credit cards to cover costs  Financial Times
Lessons Learned: UK FCA Shares Insight into Fintech Sandbox Operation After ...  Crowdfund Insider
VIDEO: Burger King bullying experiment goes viral
AUSTIN (KXAN) - Would you stand up if you saw a child being bullied? Burger King put its customers to the test as part of a partnership with NoBully.
Don't Bully Burger King, Keep It Bud Light: The Top 5 Ads Of The Week  Fast Company
Burger King launches an anti-bullying campaign with a heartbreaking PSA
Bed Bugs On A Plane, British Airways Apologizes To Bitten Passengers
Bed bugs have plagued the hotel industry, but could they become a problem on airplanes? (Photo: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images). You've heard of the movie Snakes On a Plane?
Bedbugs on planes: How often do planes get cleaned?
This Airline Has Apologised After A Family Were Bitten By Bed Bugs During A ...  Refinery29
From two pizzas to a �17m mansion: Bubble fears over Bitcoin's soaring value
The Bitcoin currency favoured by hackers and libertarians is well established after humble beginnings - will the good times last? 14:51, UK, Saturday 21 October 2017.
Bitcoin soars to record high above $6000  Hindustan Times
Bitcoin smashes through $6100 to hit a new record high  CNBC