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First class could be cut on busy trains, says Grayling
Train firms could be forced to reduce first class seats on busy commuter lines to ease overcrowding, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has said.
Chris Grayling calls for end to first-class carriages on commuter trains  
First class carriages on trains are to be scrapped  
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The mother of a boy taken off a plane at Gatwick due to a lack of seats is demanding easyJet overhaul its ticketing process. Casper Read, 15, was travelling alone to grandparents in France when he was asked to leave the plane after a man was allocated ...
UK authorities are planning to introduce a drone registration scheme to improve the safety of its skies, with drone owners also having to take part in a safety awareness course before they can start piloting their unmanned aerial vehicles.
Exchange rates for the pound are possibly the worst ever as the summer holiday season starts. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images.
Claim against the credit card company would have been the most complex in British legal history. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire.
Reuters LONDON/DUBLIN (Reuters) - Bank of America on Friday became the first Wall Street lender to pick Dublin as its new base for its European Union operations as Britain prepares to leave the bloc.

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