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Uber, reviving old tactic, is backed by more than 500000 in London row
A photo illustration shows the Uber app on a mobile telephone, as it is held up for a posed photograph in central London, Britain September 22, 2017.
Save Your Uber petition against TfL decision not to renew licence tops 500000  
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The UK's credit rating has been cut over concerns about the UK's public finances and fears Brexit could damage the country's economic growth.
Fgures obtained from HMRC show that the take-up of the marriage allowance is 'shockingly low'. Photograph: Alamy. Tax credits.
The quixotic Irish carrier is handling a humiliating problem badly. But it is also the largest airline in Europe, and has the resources available to put things right.
Imagination Technologies has agreed a sale to China-backed private equity firm Canyon Bridge in a deal valuing the British chipmaker at about �550m.
From October 16, the coins will no longer be accepted in shops, restaurants and other retailers. The new 12-sided �1 coins were released at the end of march and are currently in a period of “co-circulation” with the old ones.

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