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Ryanair scrambles to please pilots, customers and investors
A copy of the Ryanair AGM report is seen at the Ryanair AGM in Dublin, Ireland September 21, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne. DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary on Thursday scrambled to placate pilots and reassure investors as the ...
Ryanair could be forced to cancel more flights  
Latest: 'No goodies' for misbehaving Ryanair pilots, says Michael O'Leary  
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UK public sector borrowing is at its lowest level since the financial crisis, the ONS revealed this morning, giving chancellor Philip Hammond more wiggle room to ease austerity measures in his November budget.
Liliane Bettencourt, the heiress of cosmetics giant L'Oreal and world's richest woman, has died at the age of 94, according to a statement from the company on Thursday.
A Greenpeace activist tries to unfurl a banner from a lighting tower after activists entered the vehicle park in a protest against Volkswagen diesel vehicles at the port of Sheerness, Britain, September 21, 2017.
A supermarket in London is trialling a biometric payment system that uses the unique vein pattern in fingertips to pay for goods. Costcutter said it would consider rolling Fingopay out more widely if the test, at Brunel University, was successful.
A Co-op shop. The group also runs funeral homes and an insurance business. Photograph: Teri Pengilley/Co-operative Group. Co-operative Group.

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