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July 2019 articles

Boeing takes $4.9bn hit on 737 Max groundings to compensate airlines
Boeing takes $4.9bn hit on 737 Max groundings to compensate airlines
Boeing will set aside $4.9bn (£3.9bn) to compensate airlines for the disruption caused by the worldwide grounding of its 737 [...]
July 18, 2019
Arriva seeks £200m from government over East Midlands franchise snub
Arriva seeks £200m from government over East Midlands franchise snub
Rail giant Arriva is claiming £200m from the government over its controversial decision to disqualify it from the East Midlands [...]
July 18, 2019
Gatwick to use standby runway to increase passenger capacity
Gatwick to use standby runway to increase passenger capacity
Gatwick airport has jettisoned plans to build an extra runway, instead opting to bring the standby runway into “routine use” [...]
July 18, 2019
City of London Corporation secures £450m in external funding for major projects
City of London Corporation secures £450m in external funding for major projects
The City of London Corporation has secured £450m in external funding for its major projects, after it revealed that its [...]
July 18, 2019
Horse Racing Betting Tips: Beckett’s De Vega fillies to raid Irish Oaks at the Curragh
Horse Racing Betting Tips: Beckett’s De Vega fillies to raid Irish Oaks at the Curragh
OVER in Ireland, there is some top-quality action from the Curragh tomorrow with the Irish Oaks (5.10pm) the highlight. Iridessa [...]
July 18, 2019
Horse Racing Betting Tips: Fox Chairman to put King Power back on track in Newbury opener
Horse Racing Betting Tips: Fox Chairman to put King Power back on track in Newbury opener
THERE is no better example of the highs and lows of racing than the few hours endured by the King [...]
July 18, 2019
Horse Racing Betting Tips: The Tin Man will not rust if rain hits Newbury
Horse Racing Betting Tips: The Tin Man will not rust if rain hits Newbury
AFTER a spell of lovely sunshine, the rain is set to return this evening which could have a big impact [...]
July 18, 2019
David Attenborough and the Queen remain British public’s most admired figures
David Attenborough and the Queen remain British public’s most admired figures
The people have spoken, and they remain unmoved: David Attenborough and the Queen have emerged as Britain’s most admired public [...]
July 18, 2019
Waitrose offloads stores risking hundreds of jobs
Waitrose offloads stores risking hundreds of jobs
Waitrose is set to close three stores and sell a further four, putting hundreds of jobs at risk, the supermarket [...]
July 18, 2019
‘It’s not just a nostalgia trip’: The Edge director Barney Douglas on the deeper message behind his England cricket film
‘It’s not just a nostalgia trip’: The Edge director Barney Douglas on the deeper message behind his England cricket film
Now is not a bad time to be releasing a film about England’s cricket team. With a remarkable World Cup [...]
July 18, 2019