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Shocked passenger, 28, catches baggage handler hurling luggage onto floor at Manchester airport
A shocked passenger has caught the moment a baggage handler damaged her suitcase by hurling it onto a trailer at Manchester airport. Elizabeth Evans, 28, caught the handlers launching her bag moments after her Ryanair flight landed in Manchester from ...
Watch as airport baggage handler caught on film launching cases into the airScottish Daily Record
Baggage handler hurls suitcases so hard they fall off trailer and smash onto tarmac as shocked passengers watch onThe Sun
Manchester Airport baggage handler's shocking treatment of suitcases caught on videoManchester Evening News
Gloucestershire Live -Liverpool Echo -BBC News -Daily Mail
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'Don't go mad, Mr Grayling': Transport secretary faces bruising questions over summer of rail chaos
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling was subjected to a gruelling set of questions over the summer of rail chaos with LBC host Nick Ferrari ridiculing him for talking up “positives” in the UK's rail industry. Ferrari probed the minister over his role in ...
Train delays: Passengers react to 'badly treated' reportBBC News
London Mayor Urges For Rail RenationalisationFinance News (press release)
No one stepped up to help West Norfolk commutersKLFM 96.7
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Airline Passengers Bleeding From Ears on Nightmare Flight After Crew Forgets to Pressurize Cabin
More than 30 passengers allegedly bled from the ears and nose during a Jet Airways flight Thursday Night, because the crew neglected to flip the switch that regulates cabin pressure, multiple outlets have reported. According to the BBC, the aircraft ...
Dozens bleed from ears, noses after Jet Airways crew on flight from Mumbai forgets to pressurize planeChicago Tribune
Passengers Complain of Nosebleeds, Headaches After Pilots 'Forget' to Regulate Cabin PressureTravel+Leisure
Mid-air nightmarePune Mirror
Deutsche Welle -Sputnik International -New York Times -Financial Times
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Evening Standard

Uber Eats drivers stage protest over pay at company's east London offices
Evening Standard
A large group of Uber Eats drivers blocked a road in east London today as they staged a protest over pay. Protesters said it was a spontaneous show of action against the company, as drivers claimed rates for every delivery had been reduced without it ...

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The Guardian

Barclays internet banking restored after technical problem
The Guardian
Millions of Barclays customers were unable to access their accounts online for several hours after the bank became the latest high street lender to suffer a technical glitch. The problems emerged at 10.45am on Thursday and continued into the afternoon, ...
Barclays resolves online banking glitchBBC News
Barclays online banking down? What you can do to get round it if you have problems logging
Barclays down: Customers locked out of online banking accounts amid major outage problemsEvening Standard
Liverpool Echo -The Sun -Surrey Live
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The Sun

Asda launches foot-long pig in blanket – and it's bigger than Aldi's
The Sun
Asda is launching THE ultimate sausage showstopper - a giant pig in blanket measuring a mammoth foot long in length and 45mm deep. And the jumbo sausage promises to be "bigger and meatier than ever" - trumping all others pigs in blankets out there.
Aldi is selling foot-long pigs in blankets this ChristmasSurrey Live
Aldi selling foot-long pigs in blankets just in time for
Aldi is launching foot-long pigs in blankets this ChristmasMetro
LADbible -Birmingham Live -The News -Plymouth Herald
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The Independent

McDonald's, Wetherspoon and TGI Friday workers to strike together next month over 'poverty pay'
The Independent
Staff at​ JD Wetherspoon, TGI Fridays and McDonald's are staging coordinated strikes next month to highlight the issue of “poverty pay” and insecure working in the UK hospitality industry. Workers in two Wetherspoon's pubs will walk out on 4 October ...
McDonald's, Wetherspoons and TGI Fridays workers to strike on same day - these are the areas
Wetherspoon's staff to strike for the first time in its historyMetro
McDonald's, Wetherspoon and TGI Friday workers to strike next monthPersonnel Today -Daily Post North Wales -Daily Star -The Guardian
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BBC News

Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary may leave within five years
BBC News
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has signalled that he may stand down in the next five years after admitting he is reluctant to sign a new long-term contract at the airline. Mr O'Leary said the board wants him to commit to another five years after his ...
Ryanair chairman re-elected despite pension fund oppositionPensions & Investments
Latest: Almost 30% of Ryanair shareholders vote against chairman's re-electionIrish Examiner
O'Leary MOCKED for UK expansion: Brexiteer says 'watch what Ryanair say not what they DO'
Birmingham Live -The Times -Staffing Industry Analysts
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The Sun

Evans Cycles 'faces going bust as it searches for new buyer'
The Sun
EVANS Cycles has a day to find a buyer for the chain or else it may go bust. Sky News reports that advisers to the century old chain have asked potential buyers to put forward their final takeover proposals by the end of the week. Evans Cycles is ...

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The Register

Oi, you. Equifax. Cough up half a million quid for fumbling 15 million Brits' personal info to hackers
The Register
The UK's privacy watchdog wants to fine Equifax £500,000 ($660,000) after hackers siphoned off 15 million Brits' info from its databases. Or in other words, no less than 30 quid for each of the affected British citizens. The fine could have been much ...
Equifax hit with UK fine after huge data hackFinancial Times
Equifax fined £500000 for 2017 data hack that saw 15 million Brits affectedEvening Standard
Equifax fined by ICO over data breach that hit BritonsBBC News -Bloomberg -Law360 -London South East (blog)
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