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Another two days of Southern rail strikes have been called in a dispute over driver-only trains. The RMT union has been fighting the further extension of driver-only operation on the Southern network by Govia Thameslink Railway since April 2016.
Ryanair faces criticism and a bill of up €25m after its abrupt decision to cancel up to 2,100 flights over the next six weeks, as a result of changes in pilot holiday arrangements.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned that the government needs to step in to help fight rising debt levels amongst Britain's most vulnerable consumers as personal debt continues to mushroom.
The City accountancy regulator concluded KPMG could not have foreseen the financial crisis. Photograph: David Levene for the Guardian.
Protesters outside Sports Direct on Oxford Street in London. The retailer is among businesses criticised for using zero-hours employment contracts.

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