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Heathrow flight cancellations cause queues and 'chaos'
Travellers complain of disruption after the airport asked airlines to cancel 30 flights on Thursday.

Pride: Amazon restricts LGBT goods in United Arab Emirates
The online retail giant says it has to comply with the laws of the countries in which it operates.

Thousands of BT workers vote to strike over pay
Strike action would disrupt broadband rollout and cause issues with working from home, a union says.

Hello Kitty firm strikes China deal after viral hit
Shares of Japanese company Sanrio rose by almost 14% in Tokyo after the agreement was announced.

Google sign-up 'fast track to surveillance', consumer groups say
Ten European consumer organisations join forces to launch complaints to privacy and data regulators

Ben & Jerry's criticises resumption of sales in Israeli settlements
The ice cream maker is unhappy with Unilever's deal to continue sales in the occupied West Bank.

Steel import tariffs extended for two years
Controls have been extended because of "global disruptions" to energy markets, the government says.

Airbnb permanently bans parties and events around the world
The home rental platform said a temporary ban, which was introduced in 2020, was popular with hosts.

Farmers cut food production as costs soar
Soaring costs are forcing farmers to cut back on food and milk production.

Heinz products off Tesco shelves after pricing dispute
The beans, sauce and soup-maker is pausing supply to the UK's largest supermarket in a price rise row.

Fraudsters target under-35s on WhatsApp
Younger age groups are targeted through WhatsApp and dating apps, banking industry group says.

Why business is still optimistic about Hong Kong
Twenty five years on from the handover from the UK, many business owners and leaders remain optimistic.

Non-essential petrol sales halted for two weeks in Sri Lanka
The country says it is saving its limited fuel supplies for vehicles used for essential services.

Heathrow told to reduce passenger charge
The airport is told to cut its charges for airlines each year until 2026 by the UK's aviation regulator.

Credit Suisse bank found guilty over money-laundering charges
The bank is fined by a Swiss court for involvement in money-laundering linked to a Bulgarian drugs ring.

Wales basic income: Pilot will give care leavers £19,000 a year
More than 500 people leaving care in Wales will be offered £1,600 a month for two years.

Russia in debt default as payment deadline passes
The country fails to make $100m interest payment due to sanctions and is reported to be in default.

Japan urges 37 million people to switch off lights
Officials have asked people in Tokyo and its surrounding area to turn off lights amid a heatwave.

Sandwich shops bite back after challenging years
Sandwich sellers are seeing customer numbers return, but hybrid working means some remain quiet.

Why I kept my sexuality a secret at work
How an aircraft engineer overcame his fear of revealing his sexuality and set up a Pride network.

Fertiliser shortage hits African farmers battling food crisis
The global fertiliser shortage is driving up prices and raising fears of food scarcity.

Hajj travellers unable to fly due to ticket delay
Some British Muslims who booked pilgrimages to Mecca could not fly after problems with a new system.

The staff shortage slowing down air cargo and bags
A lack of skilled cargo handlers is now hampering the booming air freight business too.

How Aussie farmers are hoping to win over tequila fans
Two Australia farmers are aiming rival Mexican tequila and mezcal with a similar delicious spirit.

Could nuclear desalination plants beat water scarcity?
Engineers are developing mobile, floating nuclear desalination plants to help solve water shortages.

US parents turn to black market due to formula shortage
As the US grapples with a formula crisis, parents are turning to the black market for supplies.

How India could become a 'mushroom superpower'
Changing tastes mean mushroom entrepreneurs are only just getting started.

How human-like are the most sophisticated chatbots?
As a Google engineer says his firm's top chatbot has feelings, just how lifelike is the technology?

Could flat tyres soon be a thing of the past?
Airless tyres that do not puncture are getting close to market but some remain sceptical about them.

Why you may have a thinking digital twin within a decade
Within 10 years people may be able to have a intelligent online version of themselves.

'It is all about raising the profile of carers'
The UK economy cannot afford to have more of its 10.5m army of carers quit the workforce for good.

India's loan scams leave victims scared for their lives
Bogus apps are being used by hackers to access mobile phone data to threaten and blackmail victims.

Love Island stylist gives sneak peek inside the wardrobe
For the first time, ITV's Love Island contestants will be dressed in pre-owned clothes.

Why your haircut is getting more expensive
Chain Trevor Sorbie says they are now spending thousands more each month.

'An hour a day built my million-pound side hustle'
Joel Remy-Parkes of kids tableware company Bamboo Bamboo shares his business advice for CEO Secrets.

Why I didn't use my real name at work
Should you change your name to fit in at work? We look at why some people have anglicised their names.

This plug socket tells you if your energy is green
A power socket that helps you save electricity and tells you if it's from renewable sources.
 
 
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