Three at 3: The three stories you need to read right now

 
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Guess who’s been given a six month driving ban

A certain man who is known to have bought BHS for just £1 has been given a six month driving ban for speeding. The ban came about after he had been driving with a colleague in Andover late at night on a dual carriageway. Have a look at what he told us when we asked what had happened.

A Labour leadership candidate was caught sit on the floor of a “ram-packed” train?

The journey made from London to Newcastle last week to meet his opponent also seemed to have caused the candidate to tell a little white lie about the lack of seats on the train. The rail company’s owner however wasted no time in correcting the comments.

A London airport will start playing songs during security screenings

In order to enhance customer experience the airport will be playing a selected soundtrack curated by London-based consultancy firm C-Burn. Find out which airport is being so thoughtful, and take a peek at the full playlist here.

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