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Current account fees 'are the norm'

More than nine in 10 current accounts for day-to-day customers in the UK have a subscription charge or fees for the use of an overdraft, research shows.

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Facebook's new update will infuriate law enforcement - Business Insider


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Facebook's new update will infuriate law enforcement
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Facebook is making it easier for users to log on while using anonymising network Tor. Tor is a tool to help hide your tracks online. It bounces users' data over several relay servers across the globe, disguising its origins. A user from Sweden might ...

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Credit card companies have a new plan to kill train tickets in Britain - Business Insider


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Credit card companies have a new plan to kill train tickets in Britain
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To help address this, the UK Cards Association, which represents the card payment industry in the UK, has launched a new national framework that "sets out how contactless cards can be used to pay for pay-as-you-go journeys." This doesn't mean you're ...

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Tata Steel may sell Long Products Europe business by Mar 2016 - Business Standard


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Tata Steel may sell Long Products Europe business by Mar 2016
Business Standard
Forced to go for more restructuring of its UK business due to a "challenging marketplace", Tata Steel will sell its Long Products Europe business by the end of the current financial year. The long products business in Europe manufactures plates ...
Troubled Tata demands 30pc price reduction from suppliersTelegraph.co.uk
Government in talks to attract new businesses to Tata Steel in ScunthorpeScunthorpe Telegraph

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VIDEO: 'We will uncover and disclose the truth'

Volkswagen's new Chief Executive Herbert Diess apologises at the Tokyo Motor Show for the carmaker's emissions scandal, and promised his company would win back customer trust.

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