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The Guardian

Man sues British Airways for 'sitting him next to fat passenger'
The Guardian
A holidaymaker who is suing British Airways for £10,000 has told a court he was injured after being forced to squeeze into a seat next to an obese man who was “the size of Jonah Lomu”. Stephen Prosser, 51, claims he suffered personal injury and loss of ...
Passenger sues BA for being 'squashed next to obese man'BBC News

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Mum claims airport parking firm drove her car 500 MILES while on holiday
A mum discovered her car had been driven 500 MILES while she was on holiday after she was sent a fine - with a photo of someone else at the wheel. Zoe Parr, 42, was furious when she noticed her BMW 123d M Sport was used while she was on ...
Mum claims 'world's worst' parking firm drove her car 500 MILES while she was on Jamaica honeymoon – and even got ...The Sun

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The Independent

ShortList to shut in print with publisher to rebrand as The Stylist Group
The Independent
Shortlist Media has announced it will be shutting down the UK's biggest men's magazine, ShortList. ShortList had a circulation of 503,000, with free copies distributed each week to commuters. The ShortList brand will continue online as a men's ...
ShortList shuts in print as publisher rebrands as The Stylist GroupCampaignLive
ShortList magazine axed as publisher focuses on women's titleYahoo Finance UK
Publisher pulls plug on ShortList magazineBBC News

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Birmingham Live

Greedy restaurant bosses masterminded £800k tax fraud - and even kept staff tips
Birmingham Live
Four Black Country fraudsters who ran a chain of upmarket Indian restaurants have been handed jail sentences over an £800,000 tax fraud. Mohammed Sharif Uddin, 48, Mizanur Rahman, 44, Sadiqur Rahman, 45, all of Wednesbury, along with Abul Kamal, ...

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PSA may still close a UK Vauxhall factory post-Brexit
Vauxhall may lose one of its two UK manufacturing plants if the market declines after the UK leaves the European Union, according to a report. An unnamed source close to the brand told Bloomberg that the PSA Group, who took ownership of Opel and ...
Vauxhall 'reviewing future' of its car plants in

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The Times

Rolls-Royce stockpiling parts to protect against Brexit
The Times
Rolls-Royce is continuing to brace itself for Britain to crash out of the European Union by stockpiling parts after executives concluded that they could not “guarantee anything” despite Theresa May's draft Brexit divorce deal. Britain's largest ...
Rolls-Royce boss Warren East calls for 'practical' Brexit
What to watch: May defends Brexit deal, pound fears, Rolls-Royce and Aston Martin prepare for worstYahoo News
Rolls-Royce continuing with Brexit contingency

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The Guardian

Japan Airlines pilots 'failed breathalyser tests 19 times'
The Guardian
Japan Airlines (JAL) pilots have failed breathalyser tests on 19 occasions since August last year, Japanese media reported, as the country's flagship carrier reels from the recent arrest of a co-pilot who was almost 20 times over the alcohol limit. The ...
Japan Airlines tightens alcohol rules for pilotsBBC News
Drunk Japan Airlines co-pilot cheated alcohol testAsahi Shimbun
JAL, ANA report back to gov't after pilot drinking scandalsThe Mainichi
The Mainichi -Asahi Shimbun
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'NO NEGOTIATION!' Merkel SLAMS DOOR on more Brexit talks as EU angrily reacts
EU leaders have been broadly united in their support for the draft deal the Prime Minister has struck with Brussels amid mounting concern Britain could tumble out of the bloc without an agreement when it officially leaves on March 29, 2019. But the ...

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The Guardian

Pound steadies as investors brace for Brexit fallout - business live
The Guardian
Gains in both the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 have narrowed on reports that it is looking likely Theresa May will face a confidence vote (triggered if Conservative MPs submit 48 letters to the chair of the backbench 1922 Committee). The FTSE 100 is up 17 ...

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Financial Times

Virgin and EE fined for overcharging customers
Financial Times
The telecoms regulator has levied fines of more than £13m against Virgin Media and EE after ruling the two companies charged customers that cancelled their contracts early an “excessive” amount. Virgin Media was slapped with a £7m fine while EE, owned ...
EE and Virgin Media fined £13.3m for overcharging customersBBC News
EE and Virgin Media fined £13.3million for overcharging customers – are you due a refund?The Sun

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