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Boost for Hammond as government posts smallest September deficit in decade ...
Investors across Europe remain in an upbeat mood this mood, with the FTSE 100 still in with a chance of a new closing high (7,556.24 is the number to beat).
Government borrowing undershoots again to provide the Chancellor more ...
UK government borrowing restrained by low spending levels  Financial Times
BBC News  
Millennial railcard to launch next year offering a third off fares
The typical sum saved by 18-25 railcard holders is �190 a year but benefits of the new card may be higher as more will likely use it for commuting to work.
New 26-30 railcard could be coming soon  Liverpool Echo
Rail firms 'consider' railcard for 26 to 30-year-olds  BBC News
John Lewis winning in challenging market, boss says
OXFORD, England (Reuters) - John Lewis, Britain's largest department store operator, is outperforming a challenging market as it approaches the key Christmas trading period, its boss said on Friday.
Bad weather and Brexit cloud big-ticket buys at John Lewis  The Guardian
John Lewis unveils details of new concierge shopping experience  Retail Gazette (blog)
GM shuts down Holden production in Australia, bringing an end to the last car ...
The last mass-produced car designed and built in Australia rolled off General Motors Co.'s production line in the industrial city of Adelaide on Friday as the nation reluctantly bid farewell to its auto manufacturing industry.
Holden says future looks bright  Sky News Australia
Holden plant closure leaves political bickering in its wake  The Australian
FTSE leads the way in Europe on earnings momentum
The FTSE 100 narrowly missed a fifth successive week of gains, but positive momentum from UK earnings cemented London as Europe's best-performing major stock market this month.
FTSE 100 fails to recapture record heights at end of steady week  City A.M.
FTSE 100 fails to hit record high  BBC News
Police conduct inquiries into Royal Bank of Scotland unit
Police are looking into a division of Royal Bank of Scotland set up to help failing businesses, the BBC has learnt. Officers in Scotland are conducting inquiries into the bank unit - called GRG - but are yet to open a formal investigation.
Today in FinTech: Zafin launches corporate banking tool, Sensibill partners ...  BetaKit
Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (RBS) Analysts See $0.15 EPS; Biodelivery ...
CBI calls for special commission to look at the impact of AI on UK businesses
The Confederation of British Industry is calling on the Government to establish a joint commission tasked with examining the impact of Artificial Intelligence on people and jobs across all sectors of the UK economy.
AI news: CBI urges creation of AI commission in 2018  IT PRO
Artificial intelligence commission needed to predict impact, says CBI  The Guardian
Eighth child dies after Ikea dresser crushes 2-year-old boy
Jozef Dudek, 2, was killed when a three-drawer Ikea Malm dresser fell on him in California in May 2017. Dudek is the eight child to be killed by a recalled Ikea dresser.
Eighth child killed by recalled IKEA dresser, reports say. Was the recall ...  Sacramento Bee
California toddler killed after recalled IKEA dresser crushes him  USA TODAY
British Airways 'sorry' after passenger BED BUG fiasco on flight to London
BRITISH AIRWAYS have apologised to passengers who were badly bitten by bedbugs on a flight to London. By Kara Godfrey. PUBLISHED: 15:28, Fri, Oct 20, 2017 | UPDATED: 15:55, Fri, Oct 20, 2017 ...
Seven-Year-Old Left Covered in Bed Bug Bites on British Airways Flight  The Epoch Times
BA apologises to family after bed bugs bite  Travel Weekly UK
M&S Bank reveals plans to offer mortgages from early 2018
Marks & Spencer is planning to enter the mortgage market early next year, with products aimed at first-time buyers as well as home-movers.
M&S Bank - this is not just ANY mortgage, it's a Marks and Spencer ...
M&S to offer mortgages to banking customers  Retail Gazette (blog)