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Ryanair boss says he may force pilots to change holiday plans
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary (centre) speaks during the airline's AGM in Dublin. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA. Michael O'Leary.
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Britain's public sector spending deficit dropped to its lowest August total since 2007 after an increase in VAT revenues and a squeeze on local authority borrowing.
Environmental protesters have climbed on to a ship at a Kent port transporting diesel cars from Germany. Greenpeace said campaigners had boarded the ship at Sheerness in Kent and were preventing the unloading of the cars.
The Co-op Group has severed its ties with the troubled Co-op Bank by selling its last remaining 1pc stake, while reporting a rise in sales on the back of its British-sourced food.
FILE PHOTO: A man walks through a cloud of dust whipped up by wind at the construction site near newly erected office skyscrapers in Beijing, China April 20, 2017.
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