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Will there be more air travel chaos this summer?
Air travel is booming, but last year delays were much worse than pre-pandemic. Will 2024 be the same?

Tax rises hard to avoid over next 5 years, says IFS
The economic research group says the main parties have “ducked” addressing public finance challenges.

Bankruptcy trustee plans to shut down Alex Jones' Infowars
The conspiracy theorist used his website to peddle false claims about the Sandy Hook shooting.

Gareth Jenkins: An 'unreliable god' at the heart of the Post Office scandal
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The screen tech that can do almost anything
New technology promises TV and phone screens that use much less electricity than current models.

Apple in breach of law on App Store, says EU
It is the first time a company has been found to be in breach of the Digital Markets Act (DMA).

Criminal charges recommended against Boeing
The US Department of Justice has until 7 July to make a final decision on whether to prosecute the firm.

Are renters a new electoral coalition?
Margaret Thatcher had Essex Man and New Labour boasted Mondeo Man. Now it's the turn of Renter Ruth.

Manchester Airport passengers without luggage after power cut
A power cut caused cancellations of departures and arrivals at Manchester Airport.

China and EU to hold talks on electric car tariffs
The EU and China still disagree about the import taxes, but have agreed to discuss them further.

British Gas sorry for pursuing man over wrong £2,500 bill
The firm told a man it was sending his details to a debt collector over an incorrect £2,500 bill.

Upset PLT customers banned over too many returns
Many have hit out at the brand online, suggesting they would return fewer items if sizing was consistent.

Tories pledge focus on pubs and clubs in 'first 100 days'
The Conservative Party says it would review licencing laws in a bid to boost the night-time economy.

UK's richest family convicted of exploiting servants
Four Hinduja family members were given prison sentences ranging from four to four-and-a-half years.

Post Office system not a scandal, insists ex-union boss
George Thomson tells an inquiry that Horizon is "robust", provoking anger from sub-postmasters.

Tata Steel workers call first strike in 40 years
It is the first time in 40 years that UK steel workers have taken strike action.

Octopus to repay £3bn to taxpayers for Bulb rescue
The government will recover almost all the cost of temporarily nationalising Bulb in 2021.

Huge Saudi construction projects 'might get scaled down'
Funding concerns are expected to see Saudi Arabia reduce its giant building schemes.

How mobile phone networks are embracing AI
Providers are increasing using artificial intelligence to maintain a reliable service.

Could brain-like computers be a 'competition killer'?
Computers built like brains could be much more energy efficient than current designs.

Too much of a good thing? Spain's green energy can exceed demand
Spain is looking at storing electricity or increasing demand to solve electricity oversupply.

The battle for Gen Z social shoppers
If TikTok is banned in the US, where might its social shoppers go?

'We are creating new crops five-times faster'
How artificial intelligence is increasingly helping the arable farming sector.

'Insane' amounts of data spurs new storage tech
Storing information with holograms and in glass is being proposed to deal with a deluge of data.

Why the EU might be about to make Chinese electric cars more expensive
Brussels is widely expected to introduce tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles coming to Europe.

Have Milei's first six months improved the Argentine economy?
Javier Milei has been Argentina's president for half a year - how has it gone?

Price hikes and boycotts: Is trouble brewing at Starbucks?
The coffee giant is suffering as customers "lose it" over price hikes and other controversies.

The rise and rise of fashion giant Shein
The retailer could be heading for London's stock market, but its rise has not come without controversy.

How 'Swiftonomics' is impacting the music industry
The Eras tour, which has arrived in Edinburgh, is reckoned to be pushing her wealth well north of $1bn.
 
 
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