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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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A drone flying in Hanworth Park in west London as a British Airways 747 plane prepares to land at Heathrow airport. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA.
Exchange rates for the pound are possibly the worst ever as the summer holiday season starts. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images.
A �14bn lawsuit brought against MasterCard for allegedly imposing charges on 46m consumers in the UK has been stopped from proceeding as a class action, a tribunal has ruled.
Bank of America is the latest to announce it will move some jobs out of the City of London financial district. Photograph: Stephanie Keith/Reuters.
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