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BA pilot suspected of being drunk arrested at Gatwick Airport
A pilot on a British Airways flight who was suspected of being drunk was arrested at Gatwick Airport on Thursday evening. Sussex Police said they received a call at 8.25pm on Thursday regarding “a member of airline staff suspected to have been under ...
British Airways faces boycott over sticky seats and filthy tables  The Times
Suspected 'drunk' pilot arrested and removed from BA flight at Gatwick  Get Surrey
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#B31JustRead: Shocked office worker finds 'deadly Brazilian wandering spider ...
We Just Read…. Shocked office worker finds 'deadly Brazilian wandering spider in his Asda bananas': However, it wasn't until Neil had returned back to his office at the Department and Work and Pensions, in Birmingham City Centre, that he noticed the ...
Birmingham office worker discovers deadly wandering spider from Brazil in ...  Birmingham Mail
National Lottery results: winning Lotto numbers for Saturday, January 20
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LOTTERY RESULTS LIVE: Winning National Lotto numbers for Saturday, January 20  Plymouth Herald
Donegal man claims €280000 lotto prize - but the big €4.4m winner has still ...  Donegal Now
John Prescott: Our wasted billions on failed Carillions
The collapse of Carillion shows how the private sector has failed Britain, ripped off the taxpayer and betrayed the workers. Once again a major failure of Britain's construction industry, banks and Government threatens the provision of public services ...
Boardroom excesses can no longer be tolerated. The economy has to work for all  The Guardian
Government faces first post-Carillion outsourcing test with �12bn of ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Britain's tired old economy isn't strong enough for Brexit
Brexit, at its heart, is a recognition that Britain has become steadily weaker since it spent much of its empire wealth fighting two world wars - too feeble in the years before the 2016 referendum to sustain an exchange rate of $1.60 and €1.40, just as ...
Brexit uncertainty 'threat to investment'  BBC News
Brexit may cut investment by �1bn by next year, economist warns  HeraldScotland
Asda and Aldi ban sale of energy drinks to under 16s
Asda and Aldi have joined Waitrose in banning the sale of high-caffeine energy drinks to children under 16. Asda is the first of the “big four” supermarkets to announce an age restriction, which will apply to 84 products from 5 March.
Asda and Aldi stop energy drink sales to under-16s  BBC News
Aldi and Asda become latest supermarkets to ban sale of high-caffeine energy ...  The Independent
Carillion: The signals that the company was going bust
Carillion's collapse was for many people a bolt from the blue - a large UK company that had no obvious problems went bust in a little more than a year.
Why UK construction giant Carillion declared bankruptcy  The Real Deal Magazine
Carillion's collapse 'may be the first in a series of crises for ...  Business Insider
Revealed: 10 things we are spending MUCH more on now than we did a decade ago
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Worrying figures show how much we are spending on booze every week  Huddersfield Examiner
British shoppers reined in Christmas spending, official figures show  The Guardian
OnePlus admits that up to 40000 accounts were affected by a credit card breach
Last week it emerged that OnePlus was conducting an investigation after a number of customers complained about fraudulent credit card charges.
OnePlus website Was Hacked, Credit Card Information at Risk  FX Daily Report
OnePlus Says 40000 Credit Card Numbers Were Stolen From Its Site  ExtremeTech
Security fears loom over hostile bid battle for GKN
A hostile takeover bid for FTSE-100 engineer GKN is set to face intense government scrutiny on both sides of the Atlantic amid concerns over national security and the prospect of politically sensitive job losses.
Late convert to industry takes centre stage at GKN  Financial Times
Why GKN plc and Melrose Industries plc shareholders should be over the moon  Yahoo Finance UK