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The environmental costs of Heathrow expansion
Significant questions about the environmental impacts of Heathrow's new runway remain unanswered in the wake of the government's announcement.
Industry calls for an 'end to dithering' and a quick start on new ...
Heathrow airport expansion gets government approval  The Guardian
The Independent  
FTSE 100 extends gains and pound tumbles below $1.22 as Mark Carney faces ...
Ahead of Mark Carney's appearance before the House of Lords the pound is heading towards the $1.20 mark. Anthony Cheung, of Amplify Trading, also highlights there are "lots of technicals" giving way to the decline in the pound.
Pound drops ahead of Carney at Lords; Hammond to put City at heart of Brexit ...  The Guardian
Bank of England to hold rates next month; staying in EU best for UK trade ...  Reuters UK
Costa owner says wages will need to rise if Brexit shrinks worker pool
At Premier Inn hotels, profit increased by 8.9% but Costa's profit fell 4% as it spent on IT, store revamps and paying the 'national living wage'.
Whitbread fights back against artisan coffee shops  Financial Times
Whitbread lifted by Costa and Premier  BBC News
John Lewis names Paula Nickolds as first female boss in its 152 year history
Paula Nickolds has been named as the new boss of John Lewis, taking over the running of the department store retailer from the departing Andy Street.
John Lewis appoints Paula Nickolds as first woman boss  BBC News
John Lewis gets first female managing director  Sky News
Twitter Is Reportedly Planning To Lay Off Hundreds Of Employees This Week
This year has been a tumultuous one for Twitter. A year into Jack Dorsey's return as the company's C.E.O., Twitter's stock price has wildly fluctuated as acquisition rumors about the company swirl.
Layoffs at Twitter: What's going on?  Christian Science Monitor
Twitter job cuts could see 8% of its staff facing redundancy – for the ...
Heathrow-bound British Airways flight diverted as cabin crew members fall ill
A British Airways flight from San Francisco bound for Heathrow was diverted to Vancouver after members of the cabin crew fell ill, the airline said.
British Airways emergency: 25 in hospital for 'smoke inhalation' ...  The Independent
British Airways jet diverted to Vancouver over 'sick crew'  BBC News
The travel chiefs recognised as leading LGBT executives
The managing directors of Celebrity Cruises and Virgin Holidays have been named in the top 100 list of leading LGBT executives, published by the Financial Times.
Dow One of the Most Recognized on OUTstanding Leading LGBT+ and Ally ...  Business Wire (press release)
The 17 most powerful LGBT+ executives in the world  Business Insider
Four reasons why banks won't leave the City of London after Brexit
As the revolving doors on 25 Bank Street swung open, there was an eery silence - apart from the noise from one of the packs of wild dogs who now inhabit Canary Wharf barking in the distance.
EU could push politically motivated Brexit deal, Chancellor Philip Hammond warns  The Independent
Theresa May on Brexit: UK to lead world on free trade  BBC News
National Express pulls plans to operate German suburban trains
Germany's biggest effort to privatise a big city's suburban rail services collapsed on Tuesday when National Express, the preferred bidder, said it was pulling out of a contract to run Nuremberg's S-Bahn amid legal challenges from the incumbent operator.
National Express scraps Nuremberg S-Bahn contract
National Express sees 'subdued' UK demand, but profits grow thanks ...  This is Money
Australia's richest woman invests �245m in UK's biggest potash mine
Gina Rinehart's company, Hancock Prospecting, signed a �245m deal with Sirius Minerals, which is behind the mine. Photograph: Jason Reed/Reuters.
Yorkshire mine receives financing from Australia's richest woman  Financial Times
Australia's richest woman backs Sirius Minerals  Interactive Investor