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A lawyer who was overcharged for railway tickets by mere pennies has won compensation after a 22-year-long case. Tungnath Chaturvedi, from the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, sued after he was charged an extra 20 rupees (around €0.24 or £0.21) for two tickets in 1999, the BBC rep

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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has estimated that the country's GDP contracted by 0.6% in June and 0.1% for Q2. The June decrease is attributed to the Platinum Jubilee and the move of the May bank holiday leading to "an additional working day in May 2022 and two fewer working days in

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Savills plc has reported a pre-tax profit of £50.4 million and revenue of just over £1 billion in its interim results. Pre-tax profit has dropped 20% from £63.3m to £50.4m (first six months ending 30 June). Revenue has grown by 11% to £1,037.4m from £932.6m f

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An index that takes account of student spending and income to calculate a score for university towns and cities across the UK has revealed that Edinburgh is now the most expensive place in the UK for students to live. The Royal Bank of Scotland Student Living Index this year has shown that household

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The Co-op has pledged to help disadvantaged or isolated communities avoid becoming “cash deserts” by offering to counter high street bank closures and the rise of cashless retailing. The convenience retailer said it will offer free ATMs in every store where possible, and if not offer fre

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A London property fetched a whooping £37.5 million becoming the most expensive UK property sale in Q2 2022. Located in at 15 Phillimore Gardens in Kensington, the two-bed house went on sale in May. The semi-detached property was valued at £1.7m in 2002 but has massively increased in valu

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