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BBCBusiness
21/01/2020 05:46:38 AM
Flybe boss: We are not being bailed out However the airline is "in conversation" with the government over a loan, Mark Anderson has confirmed.
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Flybe: Viable business or destined to fail?
Ryanair boss threatens legal action over Flybe
Flybe to move Newquay-Heathrow flights to Gatwick
Flybe: Viable business or destined to fail? The airline has been through several restructurings - can this latest rescue save the company?
Collector pays UK-record £1m for rare coin Only six Edward VIII sovereigns were made but it is not just its rarity that fascinates historians.
UK faces an EU that can talk as tough as Trump
Microsoft makes 'carbon negative' pledge The tech giant promises to remove all the carbon it has emitted since its founding in 1975.
Giant jet engines aim to make our flying greener
UK pub numbers rise for the first time in a decade More venues opened in 2019 as more customers opted for food instead of just drinking alcohol.
Flybe: Viable business or destined to fail? The airline has been through several restructurings - can this latest rescue save the company?
Collector pays UK-record £1m for rare coin Only six Edward VIII sovereigns were made but it is not just its rarity that fascinates historians.
UK faces an EU that can talk as tough as Trump
Microsoft makes 'carbon negative' pledge
Giant jet engines aim to make our flying greener
UK pub numbers rise for the first time in a decade
Flybe to move Newquay-Heathrow flights to Gatwick 10
Asda trials refills at 'sustainability store' 14
Squishies squash sales at The Works 15
Extinction Rebellion end Shell protest in Aberdeen 4
US and China sign deal to ease trade war 1
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The accidental Singer sewing machine revolution
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Evening Standard
22/01/2020 06:46:02 PM
Could YOU be a victim of the of the pension payback scandal? Tens of thousands were wrongly overpaid pensions with many facing demands to hand the cash back 
Meet the silver start-ups: Rise of the 'olderpreneurs' as studies show working for longer keeps us healthier
  Couple who had to find £900 to complete on their new home when their Help to Buy Isa was rejected get their money back          
FTSE LIVE: Jobless numbers fall again
Joules blames Black Friday timing for weak sales
BP loses its top two bosses
Budget supermarket Aldi to raise staff wages 3%
Dixons Carphone held back by weak mobile market
Easyjet benefits from Thomas Cook collapse
Beales goes bust after bleak Christmas
Mining giant tables £405m bid for Sirius Minerals
Wetherspoon's Brexit drinks price cuts
Don't get TOO sold on the Trump boom: Investors may be unaware of just how exposed to risk their funds really are
VICTORIA BISCHOFF: Even with the watchdog breathing down their necks, insurers still have no interest in playing fair
ASK TONY: We cancelled our Greek villa holiday after my husband's cancer diagnosis but insurer refused to pay the full £2k bill
Phantom subscriptions lurking on your phone bill: Thousands of mobile users are unwittingly clicking on to sites that commit them to monthly fees
At last - a real cash lifeline for the High Street: New Visa incentive for shops to give cashback to customers 
Now one-year fixed-rate bonds take a battering with savers facing rate cuts of up to a third 
Overdrafts to cost 40% at TSB in move that will cost nearly a third of the bank's customers more
Is this the end of current accounts with benefits?
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Ten reasons why YOU may need to submit a tax return to HMRC... - even if you're a full-time employee on PAYE.
What happened next for an Olympic medal-winning boxer? Sponsored London 2012 star Anthony Ogogo on the Making the Money Work podcast
The 10 top-performing shares of the last decade revealed Ashtead and Melrose earned investors the highest total returns of all leading UK stocks.
Did my wife lose some state pension while I was a soldier in the 1970s? STEVE WEBB says special rules for military spouses may help this couple.
Home sellers backing a Boris bounce raise asking prices by £6,785 in the biggest ever New Year rise, but experts warn against over-pricing Rightmove.
The £257 penalty for paying car insurance monthly A third of drivers fall into the trap as premiums are set to race to record highs this year.
End of the road for diesel? Consumption was down by half a billion litres in 2019 - the first decline in demand for the fuel in a DECADE.
New DIY ethical investing portfolio seeks to do good AND make money for a 0.97% ongoing fee
Try this wealth workout to give your finances real muscle From slimming down debts to boosting Isas.
'The estate agent I used to let out my late mother's home rented it to a serial criminal' TONY HETHERINGTON investigates flimsy tenant checks.
Experts demand inheritance tax reform as THOUSANDS have to fill in forms despite knowing they owe nothing
In an energy fix? A total of 77 cheap deals are set to finish at the end of January or February
Is your fund manager gambling your cash on companies he doesn't understand? Meet the man who performed a multi-million pound U-turn to avoid Woodford's mistake
From slimming down debts to boosting Isas Our wealth workout to give your finances real muscle
TONY HETHERINGTON: I smell a rat Tale of a criminal tenant - and claims of a job in pest control
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MARKET REPORT: FTSE hit as Asian market infected by fears of SARS-type virus as first examples of human-to-human infection emerge
Easyjet cashes in on Thomas Cook's collapse and gets a boost from car rental deal as it ups sales forecasts

Bloomberg
22/01/2020 06:46:06 PM
U.K. Parties Warned Over ‘Political Bidding War’ on Minimum Wage
Johnson Pledges Cash to Boost High Streets in ‘Overlooked’ Towns
Farage Rejects Tory Calls to Clear Path for Johnson: U.K. Votes
Labour Pledges to Nationalize BT’s Openreach Broadband Unit
Asia Stocks See Muted Trading; Treasuries Slip: Markets Wrap
EU Banking Union Deal Possible This Year, Germany’s Scholz Says
Venezuela Is Secretly Exporting Millions of Barrels of Oil
Founder of $1 Billion Hedge Fund Bets Pound Has Potential to Rally More
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Christine Lagarde Musters ECB Team for Huddle at Castle Fit for an Empress
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Apple Plans Mega Bundle of Music, News, TV as Early as 2020
U.S. Doesn’t Need to Break Up With China
Walmart Finds Amazon’s Weak Spot
Bonds Aren’t Believers in a Synchronized Upswing
What If Trump Actually Believed That Biden Was Corrupt?
Is Your TV Service a Streaming, Confusing Mess, Too?
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CNN Money
22/01/2020 05:46:08 AM
The world's debt load will smash the record for highest debt-to-GDP ratio in history in 2019
Trump vs. Thunberg: The climate crisis could dominate Davos
Norway says its new giant oil field is actually good for the environment. Critics call it climate hypocrisy
This US bond will hit markets for the first time in decades. Here's why
Boeing has discovered an issue with 737 Max flight computers, according to a source
China just reported its weakest annual growth in 29 years
Gas heating is the biggest threat to Britain's climate goal
'Bad Boys For Life' wins the box office with huge holiday weekend
The market's earnings losing streak may be about to end
Tesla allegedly has an unintended acceleration problem
Pork markets to become a big winner in the US-China trade truce
Google wants to change the way cookies work
SpaceX's Crew Dragon completes fiery emergency escape test
Jeff Bezos is in India. Amazon has a ton on the line
Here's what Meghan and Harry's financial future could look like
Carlos Ghosn: Rumors about my escape are inaccurate
This Mercedes-Benz concept car has no steering wheel
Why natural gas has a role in the energy transition
Uber and Hyundai unveil flying taxi
Citigroup's female employees earn 27% less than men
Abigail Disney backs California bill to raise corporate taxes and curb CEO pay
How to pay for private school
How CEOs can use body language to be less intimidating
SpaceX's readies for last major Crew Dragon test after previous attempt delayed by weather
Top Democrats go to war with Facebook and Zuckerberg
Tim Cook is a cautionary tale for CEOs trying to get close to Trump
Here's what Elon Musk said when Jack Dorsey asked him how to fix Twitter
'Dolittle' battles bad reviews and 'Bad Boys For Life' at the holiday box office
Capitol Hill press corps shows support for Manu Raju after GOP senator's smear
Disney drops 'Fox' name and will rebrand its movie studio as '20th Century'
Late-night hosts poke fun after Parnas revelation
America has turned its back on JCPenney, Macy's and Kohl's
She built a fashion empire. Now her employees own nearly half of it
Why people are buying vacation homes -- before they've even bought a first home
The technology of the future paints a very lonely picture for all of us
GM is giving Hummer a second life as an electric pickup