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Uber drivers win UK legal battle over employment rights
Uber drivers have won a crucial legal battle in London after a tribunal ruled they are “workers” who are entitled to the minimum wage and holiday pay.
Uber ruling is a massive boost for a fairer jobs market  The Guardian
Drivers win ruling against uber in case with implications for 'gig' ...  Daily Mail
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Morrisons adds salt to wound by raising price of Marmite
Marmite, the British breakfast staple that briefly disappeared from Tesco's website this month in a dispute over price, is becoming more expensive - a foretaste of the souring living standards that many economists say will follow the sharp decline in ...
Morrisons puts Marmite price up 12.5%  The Guardian
Morrisons raises Marmite price by 12.5%  BBC News
Brexit threatens pound as reserve currency, S&P warns
S&P Global Ratings has called into question the pound's future as one of the world's reserve currencies as the rating agency affirmed its decision to strip Britain of its top credit rating following the vote for Brexit in June.
S&P keeps negative outlook on UK sovereign rating after Brexit vote  Daily Mail
UK economy stronger than feared - but we're not out of the woods yet ...
House prices in towns on the M25 have risen by 550pc since it was built 30 ...
House prices in towns around the M25 have risen by 551pc in the 30 years since it was opened by Margaret Thatcher in 1986. The average price of a house in the 40 towns that line the London Orbital motorway was �59,183 in 1986, rising to �385,085 in ...
UK's least favourite motorway revealed as drivers brand it 'road to ...
It is happy birthday to the M25.  Eagle Radio
RBS loses �469m due to misconduct charges – and is set to face billions more ...
Royal Bank of Scotland lost �469m between July and September, due to misconduct charges and legal costs, as well as a large bill to restructure its business.
RBS: reach for your earplugs  BBC News
After bank is accused of destroying small firms...Royal Bank of Scotland now ...  This is Money
Oil Prices Sag Ahead of OPEC Vienna Meeting
Oil prices sagged on Friday as investors locked in earlier gains ahead of a meeting of oil producers this weekend, looking for more hints on a proposed deal to scale back output.
Oil slides as Opec deal faces stiff challenge  Financial Times
Oil settles down 2% at $48.70, records biggest weekly loss since mid-September  CNBC
No 10 must have made Nissan big promise, say ex-business minister
Workers at Nissan's Sunderland plant. Vince Cable says Nissan had considered a move to France under the coalition government of 2010-15.
Nissan 'threatened to quit the UK for France and Spain unless it won ...  Daily Mail
How could the UK help Nissan remain competitive?  BBC News
Deutsche Bank among bidders for HSH Nordbank's debt portfolio
LONDON/FRANKFURT, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank is among more than 20 bidders in talks to potentially buy a 3.2 billion euro ($3.5 billion) loan portfolio from state-owned rival HSH Nordbank as Germany's biggest lender tries to do deals despite its ...
Don't be fooled: Barclays and Deutsche are still screwed
DealBook|Deutsche Bank Returns to Profit, While Regulatory Pressures Continue  New York Times
BA owner 'doubts' Heathrow can build runway within budget
A British Airways plane taxis behind cargo containers adorned with 'Britain's New Runway' at Heathrow. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA.
Britain's sorry history of big infrastructure policies  Financial Times
Residents' group launches heathrow legal challenge amid 'apparent ...  Daily Mail
Former CEO of UK's Co-Op Bank admits misconduct in settlement agreement
LONDON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - The former chief executive of Britain's Co-Operative Bank Plc, Barry Tootell, has admitted misconduct and agreed to be excluded from the country's main accounting body over his conduct while running the lender, which came ...
Former Co-operative Bank chief executive Barry Tootell admits misconduct  Belfast Telegraph
Former Co-op Bank chief accepts misconduct charges  Money Marketing