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The petrol price war is on: Good news for motorists as supermarkets cut ...
All four major UK supermarkets have announced they have - or will be - shaving an additional 2p off a litre of fuel at its forecourts from this afternoon, less than a fortnight after they agreed to reduce petrol and diesel prices by the same amount ...
Petrol and diesel prices cut amid pressure on retailers  
New supermarket petrol price war sees prices cut to 112.7pa litre  
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Tesco's shopping trolleys are to be left unlocked across scores of its stores as the supermarket giant performs upgrades for the new £1 coin after it enters circulation.
The PwC report said inequality would result from robots increasingly being used for low-skill tasks. Photograph: Alamy. Robots. Millions of UK workers at risk of being replaced by robots, study says.
Deutsche Bank has predicted the pound will fall to as low as $1.06 against the dollar due to Brexit. But despite its gloomy outlook, Germany's biggest lender is still pushing ahead with plans to build a new headquarters in London.
Earlier this week, shoe shop stablemate Brantano, also owned by Alteri, collapsed into administration putting almost 1,100 jobs at risk.
Customers who receive a poor service from their landline or broadband provider could be in line for automatic compensation as part of new proposals.

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