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Dog dies on United Airlines flight after being forced into overhead locker 13 Mar 8:56pm Dog dies on United Airlines flight after being forced into overhead locker
Airline has apologised after puppy perished when flight attendant insisted it be kept in overhead storage for three-and-a-half hours A dog has died on a United Airlines flight after an attendant forced the animal’s owner to put the pet in the cabin’s overhead bin. The airline said it was taking full responsibility.
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Debt charity says more than 600,000 people sought help last year 13 Mar 8:01pm Debt charity says more than 600,000 people sought help last year
StepChange says there has been a surge in recent years in single parents seeking advice More than 600,000 people in financial difficulties last year sought help from the debt charity StepChange, including disproportionate numbers of single parents and those in rental accommodation. The charity said 619,946 new clients contacted it for debt advice last year – 3.5% more than in 2016, and 22% more than four years earlier.
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Trade war could derail global economic recovery, warns OECD 13 Mar 4:05pm Updated Trade war could derail global economic recovery, warns OECD
Thinktank upgrades its growth forecast but says tit-for-tat tariffs would make international trade vulnerable The west’s leading economic thinktank has warned Donald Trump that a trade war prompted by
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Accountants and lawyers ‘must report’ aggressive tax avoidance schemes 13 Mar 3:38pm Updated Accountants and lawyers ‘must report’ aggressive tax avoidance schemes
New European Union law will affect UK financial services, as EU adds more countries to its tax blacklist Accountants, bankers and lawyers will face penalties if they fail to report aggressive tax avoidance schemes that help companies or individuals move money to offshore havens, under a new European Union law. The rules, agreed by EU finance ministers on Tuesday, will affect the UK financial services industry despite Brexit, because they enter into force six months before the likely end of a transition period,
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Philip Hammond hints at public spending increases later this year 13 Mar 3:24pm Philip Hammond hints at public spending increases later this year
Chancellor’s spring statement suggests that drop in deficit may release money for services
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Fever-Tree profits fizz as sales of low-calorie tonic double 13 Mar 3:01pm Updated Fever-Tree profits fizz as sales of low-calorie tonic double
Drinks maker to move into mixers for dark spirits after success of light tonic The popularity of its light tonic and ginger beer have boosted profits at drinks-maker Fever-Tree, but its shares fell on a less sparkling outlook for 2018.
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All change? Future of 1p and 2p coins in doubt as demand falls 13 Mar 2:25pm All change? Future of 1p and 2p coins in doubt as demand falls
Treasury says copper coins and £50 note are used infrequently in era of digital payments The future of 1p and 2p coins and the £50 note is in doubt after the Treasury said demand was in sharp decline as consumers turn their backs on cash in favour of contactless payments. Launching a review of cash and digital payments alongside the
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UK will save no money from Brexit for next five years, says OBR 13 Mar 1:08pm UK will save no money from Brexit for next five years, says OBR
Country will continue paying divorce bill until at least 2064, predicts budget watchdog The UK will save no money from leaving the European Union over the next five years and is set to pay its
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Spring statement: Hammond sees better times ahead despite weak growth, as £37bn Brexit bill looms - as it happened 13 Mar 1:01pm Spring statement: Hammond sees better times ahead despite weak growth, as £37bn Brexit bill looms - as it happened
Rolling coverage of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement, including the latest growth and borrowing forecasts for the UK
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Plastic tax: coffee cups and food packaging could face levy 13 Mar 11:58am Plastic tax: coffee cups and food packaging could face levy
Phllip Hammond accused of delaying action after he announces consultation Everyday single-use plastic items such as disposable coffee cups, takeaway boxes and polystyrene packaging could be hit with charges akin to the 5p levy on plastic bags, the government has warned. The Treasury said it was looking at changes to taxation and new levies to tackle plastic waste, but campaigners and politicians accused the government of delaying action.
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Spring statement: Brexit divorce bill could be £37.1bn; 2p might be abolished - live updates 13 Mar 11:48am Updated Spring statement: Brexit divorce bill could be £37.1bn; 2p might be abolished - live updates
Rolling coverage of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement at 12.30pm, including the latest growth and borrowing forecasts for the UK
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True cost of Heathrow third runway must be revealed, say MPs 13 Mar 11:30am True cost of Heathrow third runway must be revealed, say MPs
Justine Greening and Vince Cable among those saying plan would jeopardise spending elsewhere The true cost to the public of
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Spring statement: Brexit divorce bill estimated at £37.1bn - live updates 13 Mar 11:15am Updated Spring statement: Brexit divorce bill estimated at £37.1bn - live updates
Rolling coverage of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement at 12.30pm, including the latest growth and borrowing forecasts for the UK
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Spring statement: Hammond targets plastic waste with £20m research funding - live updates 13 Mar 9:02am Spring statement: Hammond targets plastic waste with £20m research funding - live updates
Rolling coverage of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement at 12.30pm, including the latest growth and borrowing forecasts for the UK
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Quiche in, pork pies out! UK inflation goods basket changes for 2018 13 Mar 8:56am Updated Quiche in, pork pies out! UK inflation goods basket changes for 2018
ONS basket has some interesting additions: gym leggings and soft-play and some exclusions: a full leg wax and pasties Women’s activewear leggings, quiche and raspberries are in vogue while pork pies and bottles of lager drunk in nightclubs are out in the annual shakeup of the UK’s shopping basket, suggesting the shift towards a healthier lifestyle continues. Gym leggings, made popular by athleisure brands such as
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Spring statement: Hammond raises growth forecast in 2018 - live updates 13 Mar 8:44am Spring statement: Hammond raises growth forecast in 2018 - live updates
Rolling coverage of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement at 12.30pm, including the latest growth and borrowing forecasts for the UK
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Spring statement: Philip Hammond presents new growth and borrowing forecasts - live updates 13 Mar 8:31am Spring statement: Philip Hammond presents new growth and borrowing forecasts - live updates
Rolling coverage of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement at 12.30pm, including the latest growth and borrowing forecasts for the UK
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Spring statement: Philip Hammond to unveil improved growth and borrowing forecasts - live updates 13 Mar 8:12am Updated Spring statement: Philip Hammond to unveil improved growth and borrowing forecasts - live updates
Rolling coverage of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement at 12.30pm, including the latest growth and borrowing forecasts for the UK
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Spring statement: Philip Hammond to unveil improved growth and borrowing forecasts - business live 13 Mar 7:45am Updated Spring statement: Philip Hammond to unveil improved growth and borrowing forecasts - business live
Rolling coverage of Chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement at 12.30pm, including the latest growth and borrowing forecasts for the UK
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Brexit is masking the government’s complete paralysis | Katy Balls 13 Mar 4:30am Brexit is masking the government’s complete paralysis | Katy Balls
Since Theresa May lost her majority, her government has struggled to create legislation. Leaving the EU makes it look busyWhat is the government up to? Not very much, according to research
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Why does British Gas fail to service my boiler annually? 13 Mar 3:00am Why does British Gas fail to service my boiler annually?
The company says emergencies caused by extreme weather have forced it to put off routine work
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