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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.
First class carriages on trains are to be scrapped  
Chris Grayling calls for end to first-class carriages on commuter trains  
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The UK government has announced plans to introduce drone registration and safety awareness courses for owners of the small unmanned aircraft.
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Claim against the credit card company would have been the most complex in British legal history. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire.
Bank of America has chosen Dublin as its preferred location for its post-Brexit EU entity, in a big-name win for the Government in its hope of attracting Brexit spoils from the City of London.
AUDI and Volkswagen say customers are partly to blame if they've suffered loss due to the alleged “defeat” software the car makers are accused of using to make it appear their vehicles spew out less pollution.

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