Bill De Blasio Warns Eric Trump Will ‘Pay The Price’ For His ‘Polluting Buildings’

Bill de Blasio faced off with presidential son The spat began on Monday after the mayor held a press conference in the Trump Tower lobby to rally around the city’s […]

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Climate protesters block London roads

Later, police ordered the protesters to restrict their actions to the Marble Arch area to prevent further disruption. Image copyright Holly-Anna Petersen/Christian Climate Action Image caption A truck was used […]

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What happens to Debenhams now?

But Silver Point Capital and GoldenTree Asset Management are less well known. GoldenTree was set up in 2000 and has offices in New York, London, Singapore and Sydney. It specialises […]

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Failed airline FlyBMI ‘owed 37m’

Passengers whose flights were cancelled were told to contact their travel agents or insurance or credit card companies for a refund. Rolls Royce was owed £2.25m for a servicing contract, […]

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Where will UK drivers pay for polluting?

A CAZ can be applied to all vehicles or a selection, from buses, lorries, vans, taxis, private cars, to motorcycles and mopeds. How polluted is your street? You You You […]

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Line of Duty new series ‘scariest yet’

Line of Duty: What you need to know Compston and co-stars Vicky McClure and Adrian Dunbar are careful not to drop any plot spoilers, so we will follow suit. However, […]

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British Army chief condemns ‘unacceptable’ behavior after sex assault claims

London (CNN)The chief of the British Army has attacked the “downright unacceptable” behavior of soldiers after recent allegations — including claims of sexual assault — raised questions over troops’ conduct. […]

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What we learned from Ethiopian aviation officials about Flight 302

(CNN)The pilots of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 did everything they were trained to do, but it still wasn’t enough to regain control of the 737 Max 8 before it smashed […]

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Facebook staff had access to hundreds of millions of people’s passwords

New York (CNN Business)Facebook is back with another mea culpa. Facebook shared information about the security incident publicly soon after it was first reported by Krebs on Security. “To be […]

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Cash fears as third of Scottish banks lost

‘Shut out’ Gareth Shaw, head of money at Which?, said: “These ongoing closures could have a huge impact on communities across Scotland, stripping millions of people reliant on cash of […]

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