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Thomas Cook cabin staff vote to strike over health and safety concerns
Thomas Cook cabin crew have voted by 3-1 in favour of a strike in a row over health and safety. Members of the Unite union backed walkouts by 74 per cent in a turnout of just over half, with one travel expert warning a strike could affect the 'hard ...
Thomas Cook Cabin Crew Back Strike Action  
Thomas Cook cabin crew vote to strike  
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Royal Dutch Shell on Wednesday announced plans to cut an additional 2,200 jobs after its �35bn takeover of BG Group in February. The energy company had previously said it expected to shed 2,800 staff as a result of the BG deal, on top of 7,500 Shell ...
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NAGOYA, Japan/LONDON Tata Steel has received a number of serious offers for its businesses in Britain, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday as steel workers marched past Downing Street to put pressure on the government to get a deal.
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BERLIN German business morale improved more than expected in May, reaching its highest level so far this year and suggesting Europe's biggest economy will extend its surprisingly strong start to 2016 into the next quarters.

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