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Licence extension buys Monarch Airlines time
Monarch Airlines, the UK low-cost carrier, has won extra time to finalise details of a cash injection after the aviation regulator granted it a temporary extension to its operating licence.
Monarch gets extension from aviation regulator to secure operating licence  BT.com
Monarch secures licence within hours of deadline  ITV News
Manchester Evening News  
Deutsche Bank is too big to fail, but is a European bailout on the table?
LONDON: Germany's largest bank appears in danger, sending stock markets worldwide on a wild ride. Yet the biggest source of worry is less about its finances than a vast tangle of unknowns - not least, whether Europe can muster the will to mount a ...
What Investors Might Have Missed in the Market This Week  Fox Business
Deutsche Bank share prices: how a German bank's collapse could trigger ...  The Sun
Theresa May hires former Tony Blair policy boss to review workers' rights
TUC march, Britain Needs a Pay Rise, in central London, October 2014. Photograph: Mary Turner/Getty Images. Rowena Mason Deputy political editor.
Theresa May appoints Blair policy expert to review employment law  City A.M.
Blair's ex-adviser to lead employment practices review  BBC News
It's official: economy doing fine after Brexit
It confirms not just that there was no immediate economic collapse after the referendum vote, despite the political vacuum and financial market turmoil, but that the economy continued to grow at a very decent rate.
UK economic growth: what the economists say  The Guardian
Services sector output 'grew strongly' in July despite Brexit vote  Bournemouth Echo
Alberta's minimum wage now highest among provinces
No one turned into a pumpkin, but there was some magic when the clock struck midnight in Alberta today. As the calendar turned over to Oct. 1, tens of thousands of workers in the province got a raise.
Small-business owners in Alberta brace for minimum-wage hike  The Globe and Mail
The National Minimum Wage goes up for young workers from today...  Bournemouth Echo
European customers are boycotting British cars, says Jaguar Land Rover boss
Dr Ralf Speth says his European sales team are reporting that customers are turning their noses up at British cars. Photograph: Gisela Schober/Getty Images for Land Rover.
European customers 'boycotting British cars since Brexit vote'  ITV News
JLR boss says Europeans are avoiding buying British cars post the Brexit vote  International Business Times UK
London companies to bear brunt of business rates overhaul
The Institute for Fiscal Studies said the revaluation showed the government's reliance on London. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo.
Business rate rise to push up cost of broadband, BT says  BBC News
Business rates hike could hit consumer bills as retailers and telecoms ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Have foreigners made London unaffordable? Officials want to launch an ...
LONDON - London's property crisis is best seen at night, when entire streets in Central London are in the dark. Welcome to one of the world's most expensive places.
Thousands of lorries to be banned from London for cyclist safety  The Guardian
London to ban 35000 trucks from 2020 in cycling safety push  Financial Times
Northern powerhouse at risk from south-east bias, says airport boss
The northern powerhouse risks being derailed by the government's “absolute paranoia” over Heathrow expansion and an “over-emphasis on the south-east at the expense of everywhere else”, the managing director of Manchester airport has said.
Post-Brexit trade negotiations could falter without Heathrow expansion to ...  The Sun
Business Breakfast RECAP: Heathrow proposals provide huge boost to North ...  ChronicleLive
Brexit fearmongers wrong AGAIN as house prices continue to soar
HOUSE prices continued their upward climb last month as the market quashed fears of a negative impact from the Brexit vote. By Sarah O'Grady.
Northern Ireland house prices at their highest since 2010  the Irish News
Upward trend in UK house prices slows  Re:locate Magazine