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US considers plan to cap nicotine levels in cigarettes
The US is considering capping the amount of nicotine allowed in cigarettes at a level that is not addictive, in a move that could strike a serious blow to the business model of big tobacco.
Altria shares plunge after FDA releases road map to curb tobacco-related deaths  
FTSE 100 tobacco giant plunges as FDA announces plan to cut nicotine to non ...  
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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.
RYANAIR passengers cheered as a rowdy hen party were booted off a flight to Alicante after allegedly heavily boozing and "acting like creatures”.
The message from European banks is similar to that from U.S. banks: revenues are mostly down or flat, profits are mostly up. The big changes are made, although corrosive cost cutting continues.
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.
Crossrail workers. Two people were injured in 2015 and one killed a year earlier while working on the project. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA.

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