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British Airways probe into IT power failure nears end as owner IAG enjoys ...
Willie Walsh, the boss of British Airways owner IAG, has said the investigation into the power failure behind an IT meltdown that grounded tens of thousands of passengers is nearly over, as the group reported a surge in profits.
British Airways owner slaps down Brexit alarmists as profits take off  
British Airways owner IAG says IT chaos cost �58m  
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Women should be told now when the tampon tax will be abolished, an MP has said, as the UK's largest supermarket announced a price cut for the products.
Big tobacco stocks got smoked on Friday as US regulators said they planned to lower nicotine levels in an effort to lower the number of tobacco-related deaths, though analysts had mixed opinion over which companies were benefiting from the plans.
Companies working for Crossrail have been fined �1m for three sets of failures, one of which led to the death of a construction worker.
A BRITISH hen party were cheered after they were hauled off a flight after “screaming like creatures.” By Joe Barnes. PUBLISHED: 14:00, Fri, Jul 28, 2017 | UPDATED: 16:12, Fri, Jul 28, 2017.
UK banks have set aside more than �1.5bn to cover an increase in payment protection insurance claims in the past few months, pushing the total cost of the scandal to more than �35bn.

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