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Fresh call for crackdown on gig economy
Firms in the "gig economy" are exploiting loopholes in employment law leaving workers worse off, say MPs. Minicab drivers and delivery riders face an "unacceptable burden" of having to prove they are "workers" not self-employed, two Commons committees ...
MPs propose law to crackdown on 'gig economy' loopholes  
Fines for firms that cheat on status of gig workers  
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Bargain hunters hoping to find unbeatable discounts during this year's Black Friday shopping frenzy are warned the deals are often no different to other times during the year.
Festive spending is expected to fall for the first time in five years as shoppers splurge on Black Friday bargains and rein in purchases during December.
One woman was taken to hospital after the world's largest aircraft, Airlander 10, came loose from its moorings, causing its hull to rip and deflate.
British Airways is to introduce the aeronautical equivalent of the poor doors, with passengers who pay the least being made to board last.
LONDON: For the first time, some of London's buses will soon be powered by a biofuel made partly from waste coffee grounds. The biofuel is created by mixing coffee oil extracted from coffee waste with diesel, which can be added to the London bus fuel ...

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