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Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after missing a chance to score during the "El Clasico". Photo: Sergio Perez/Reuters.
Greedy train firms are failing to pass on millions in compensation cash for delays to long-suffering passengers, the Sunday People can reveal.
Trust in politicians is "approaching rock bottom" with only 19% of the public thinking they were largely telling the truth during the EU referendum campaign, researchers have said.
Lloyds subsidiaries will receive payouts when RBS settles claims over its ill-fated �12bn rights issue in 2008, Sky News learns. 15:32, UK, Saturday 03 December 2016.
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