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Did Rolls-Royce get off lightly over 'truly vast' bribery?
Fines that will pretty much wipe out a year's profits. A grovelling public apology from the chief executive. Immeasurable damage to the reputation of what is one of Britain's most prestigious companies.
Rolls-Royce apologises after �671m bribery settlement  
Rolls-Royce may be grateful for latest instalment in bribery saga  
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Petrol prices and air fares are rising, helping to drive up the UK inflation rate. Photograph: Bruno Vincent/Getty Images. Katie Allen.
The number of Americans who smoke cigarettes is at an all-time low. According to the most recent US government statistics, just 15 per cent of US adults smoked in 2015, compared to 21 per cent a decade earlier.
NEW YORK, Jan 17 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks and the dollar fell while gold and government bonds rose on Tuesday as investors fled for safety after President-elect Donald Trump said the U.S.
But as the drivers' union Aslef announced yesterday that it had suspended its strike action, it emerged that passengers had begun to exploit consumer laws to gain additional refunds via their credit and debit card providers.
Theresa May has promised to take Britain out of the EU single market and pledged instead to seek a “bold and ambitious” trade agreement with the bloc.

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