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Flight cancellations, potentially affecting tens of thousands of customers, are likely to cost Ryanair up to €25m (�22.2m), but analysts say that the airline should be able to recover from the debacle swiftly - at least financially.
Workers from four different rail companies are to stage two 24-hour strikes in continuing disputes over the role of guards and driver-only trains.
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.
KPMG has been cleared by the accounting watchdog over its auditing of HBOS in the run-up to the lender's near collapse in the 2008 financial crisis.
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